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Wednesday, May 22 • 16:45 - 17:20
Rook, Ceph, and ARM: A Caffeinated Tutorial - Federico Lucifredi & Sébastien Han, Red Hat

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We picked a single-board computer with a dual-core ARM cortex A-53 and 2GB of RAM, put eight of them together, and built a low-power Ceph cluster not much bigger than the hard drives themselves.

Sounds interesting? Come see us do it live right in front of you! After we review the design choices and architecture of the cluster, we will use it to showcase the use of Rook, the CNCF's incubation project designed to be a cloud-native storage orchestrator for Kubernetes, turning storage technologies into a service completely transparent to the user.

A comprehensive examination of uses and open problems will complement our review of Rook's architecture. We will deep-dive into what it does well, what it does not do (yet), and what are the operational trade-offs of using a storage operator. With live access to a running cluster, we will showcase Rook in action as we discuss its capabilities.

Speakers
avatar for Sébastien Han

Sébastien Han

Principal Software Engineer, Storage Architect, Red Hat
Sebastien Han is a Principal Software Engineer and Storage Architect for Red Hat. He has been involved with OpenStack and Ceph Storage since 2011 and has built a strong expertise around these two areas. Curious and passionate, he loves working on bleeding edge technologies and identifying... Read More →
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Federico Lucifredi

Product Management Director, Red Hat
Product Management Director for Ceph Storage at Red Hat, formerly the Ubuntu Server PM at Canonical, and the Linux "Systems Management Czar" at SUSE.


Wednesday May 22, 2019 16:45 - 17:20
Hall 8.0 D2