Greg Farnum: The Ceph Project (Joint meetup with UUASC)

Please join us for our December meetup (a joint meetup with UUASC): Greg Farnum of InkTank will be presenting on The Ceph Project (http://ceph.com/)

Greg has been working on the Ceph project since he graduated in 2009 from Harvey Mudd College. He serves as the POSIX filesystem team lead and has done work throughout the entire project, most recently developing installation and management systems.

He will discuss the Ceph distributed storage system architecture and how you can use it to provide reliable object, block, and file storage with mainline Linux clients as well as external projects like OpenStack.

We will also have a Linux book donated by O'Reilly Media - drop your business card into the bowl and we'll pick a winner at the end of the night!

SCHEDULE:
7:00 - 7:30 Meet & Greet / Refreshments
7:30 - 8:15 Presentation
8:15 - 8:30 Q&A
8:30 - 9:00 Raffle drawing/Networking


Food will be provided by Media Temple

Drinks will be provided by Q


PARKING AND DIRECTIONS:

(mt) Media Temple

8520 National Blvd. #A, Culver City, CA 90232 (map)

 

From the South via Interstate 405:
(Assuming South of LAX/Century Blvd. exit.)

Take the La Cienega Blvd. exit and enjoy the ride through the
La Cienega pass. Take a left on W. Jefferson and right on
National.

From the North via Interstate 405:

Take the 10 East and exit Robertson. As
you exit the freeway get into the second lane
from the left and make a quick right followed
by a quick left on to Venice Blvd east.  Take
a right on National and then a right on
Hayden to look for parking.

From Downtown:

Take the 10 West and exit at Robertson.
Take a left on Robertson and the first
left on National followed by a right on Hayden to look for parking.

Parking:

Public Parking is available on Hayden which intersects National.

Building:

The building is located on the Conjunctive Points complex which
includes Eric Owen Moss' conceptually challenging designs. Several of
Mr. Mosses' buildings (or portions thereof), are designated under Culver City's
Architecture as Art program.

Assuming you parked on Hayden, walk toward National, where you will see
the six story tower.  Make a right on National and enter a few doors down on
National past the tower.

 

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  • Pete T.

    Over my head and not something I could really use in my part-time linux hobbying, but fascinating nonetheless and very well presented considering the computer problems that were cropping up.

    December 7, 2012

  • Spidey M.

    Thanks for the book I won at the raffle!

    1 · December 7, 2012

  • Carolyn O.

    Here's the link to the live feed for the meetup tonight! Thanks to Jordan and the Media Temple/UUASC team for providing this! https://new.livestream.com/accounts/1075585/events/1721933

    December 6, 2012

    • Michelle

      Thanks for the link. Worked late tonight & couldn't attend in person.

      December 6, 2012

    • Ralf Q.

      Likewise thanks, though I could not make use of it as I was stuck on an emergency call in a small closet dealing in company with a server and it's uncooperative RAID array... :-(

      December 6, 2012

Our Sponsors

  • Q

    Q has kindly offered the use of their facilities as well as food/drinks!

  • O'Reilly Media

    O'Reilly often donates Linux-related books for our raffles!

  • Accelebrate

    Accelebrate donated lots of raffle items. Thanks Accelebrate!

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