Deploying Cinder in Production with Avishay Traeger, Stratoscale

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Our next meetup will be an excellent one led by Avishay Traeger of Stratoscale on Deploying Cinder in Production.

A big thank you to Ravello (http://www.ravellosystems.com) for hosting - pizzas, beers, and all - so come one, come all!

Abstract:

This talk will provide a brief overview of Cinder command flows, present some common error cases and their solutions, discuss HA deployments, as well as a brief look at what Kilo will bring.

Speaker Bio:

Avishay holds a doctorate from Stony Brook University, where his research focused on file systems, storage and performance analysis. He has six years of experience as part of the storage group at IBM Research, where he worked on topics such as virtual machine I/O performance and compression, and he was a leader in OpenStack storage. Avishay is an OpenStack Cinder core team member. He has co-authored several leading academic publications and holds several patents.

About Ravello:

Ravello Systems (http://www.ravellosystems.com/) is the industry’s leading nested virtualization software company. The company was founded by Rami Tamir and Benny Schnaider who previously founded Qumranet, the company that created the KVM hypervisor (acquired by Red Hat in 2008) and Pentacom (acquired by Cisco in 2000). Ravello enables enterprises to spin up complex application environments in any cloud on-demand.

About Stratoscale:

Stratoscale provides a new Data Center Operating System designed from the ground-up to address the different cloud markets. This hardware-agnostic computing environment, enables the hyper-convergence of all compute, storage and networking resources in a single intelligent software platform, leveraging all IT assets and investments. Its self-optimizing infrastructure automatically distributes all physical and virtual assets – vm’s or containers- and workloads in real time, in order to deliver rack-scale economics with unparalleled efficiency and operational simplicity.