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Tuesday, May 19 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Setting up a highly available storage cluster for Cinder and Glance backend using Ceph with optional Rados Gateway for Object Storage.

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Setting up a highly available OpenStack cluster can be daunting task. Matching OpenStack with Ceph to support the block and object interfaces is complicated. This session seeks to provide a way for OpenStack and Ceph to be combined with high-availability. This session starts with an OpenStack and Ceph configuration hardware and software configuration. Given this architecture, this session goes through how to setup OpenStack and Ceph for to use as the server-side implementation of Glance, Cinder/Nova, and SWIFT APIs. There are some gotchas, best practices, and methods for validation that this session will cover.

Speakers
avatar for Steve Hand

Steve Hand

Principal Engineer, Dell
Steve Hand is a principal engineer in Dell storage working on a private cloud solution including Ceph and OpenStack. Steve has worked many service oriented services and distributed management products, including work on open standards like SNIA’s SMI-S and DMTF’s VMAN and WS-MAN. But, today, he’s all things Ceph.
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Randy Perryman

Sr. Solutions Engineer, Dell
With a background in the IT industry, designing and implementing networks, server infrastructure, and network services for data centers, specific applications and facilities.  Randy brings to the Dell Big Data and Cloud Solution team his experience in creating architecture of Servers, Network, and Security. Currently, Randy is specializing in creating and deploying the solutions and creating the Reference Architectures for Dell’s... Read More →


Tuesday May 19, 2015 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Room 210