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Wednesday, March 11 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Modelling and Estimating Distributed Storage Characteristics - Lars Marowsky-Brée, SUSE

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Distributed software-defined storage (such as Ceph) provides for scalable and flexible storage systems, covering the full range from cold and long-term data retention, general purpose storage, cloud storage, big data to high performance compute applications. Compared to legacy appliances, the full set of configuration and architecture choices at all layers (server, network, software) is exposed. In theory, this allows them to be infinitely customizable. In practice, their performance characteristics are non-trivial to predict and estimate without a costly large pilot.

Here, we will discuss relevant design choices and their trade-offs, and how they will affect the performance and cost of the resulting system. Research into a model and simulation of actual Ceph deployments is also included.

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Lars Marowsky-Brée

Distinguished Engineer, SUSE
Lars serves as architect for Software-Defined-Storage at SUSE, focused on Ceph. He represents SUSE on the Ceph Advisory Board as a founding member, and is a frequent invited speaker. Since joining SUSE in 2000, his previous roles include senior consultant, kernel engineer, engineering manager in SUSE Labs, and he is most known for his work on the Linux High-Availability stack. He was named Distinguished Engineer in 2012. He holds an Msc from... Read More →


Wednesday March 11, 2015 11:30am - 12:20pm
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