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Wednesday, May 20 • 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Manila: Taking OpenStack Shared File Storage to the Telco Cloud

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Manila is the shared file system service and is an incubated OpenStack project since the Juno release.  Manila allows tenants to manage shares, e.g., NFS exports, take snapshots, and adjust access rules - among other things.

In this talk, we will present our lessons learned during an evaluation of Manila for use in a telco environment. Deutsche Telekom, NetApp, and SVA have established a joint qualification lab. The solution is using a fully automated open source deployment and testing framework that leverages OpenStack Tempest. Part of this presentation is validation of Manila's applicability for common use cases, its functionality, as well as the maturity of different backend implementations.

Attendees will leave this talk with a clear understanding of Manila, a better understanding of its suitability for real use, and an outlook on Manila's roadmap.

Speakers
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Christian Fey

Systems Engineer, SVA System Vertrieb Alexander GmbH
Christian Fey is a System Engineer working with NetApp Star Partner System Vertrieb Alexander GmbH (SVA) in Germany. His areas of expertise includes the NetApp FAS Appliance Portfolio, Clustered Data and 7-Mode, scalable filesystems, storage area networks, and storage virtualization solutions. He joined SVA in 2010.
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Marc Koderer

Senior Cloud Technologist, Deutsche Telekom, Deutsche Telekom
Marc is OpenStack Tempest core team member and supports the quality of OpenStack with feature development. He is also active contributer in the Telco Working Group, Cinder and Manila. | At Deutsche Telekom he is a driver for the cloud initiative and tries to show how a carrier can benefit from open and free systems like OpenStack. In his role as Cloud Technologist he is working closely with architects and operator teams to find the best... Read More →


Wednesday May 20, 2015 3:30pm - 4:10pm
Room 110

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