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Sunday, May 19 • 17:40 - 18:20
Exploring the Performance Limits of CephFS in Nautilus - Manoj Pillai, Red Hat

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Ceph, with its broad adoption and its integration with various platforms, is expected to handle a diverse set of workloads well. Storage workloads in the real world come in many different flavors: caching-friendly and not, data and metadata intensive, latency-sensitive and throughput-oriented, single and multi-threaded, mmap-based, aio-based.

In this talk, Manoj Pillai will present performance results and analysis for CephFS in the Nautilus release using a broad spectrum of tests covering the above cases. The evaluation will include workloads that distributed file systems generally have trouble with, and will provide results from comparable solutions where appropriate. The goal is to establish the current state of performance of CephFS, which should be useful to users, as well as to developers working to enhance CephFS performance.

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Manoj Pillai

Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Manoj Pillai is part of the Performance and Scale Engineering Group at Red Hat, with focus on storage performance. He has presented previously at Open Source Summit Europe, and also at other open source conferences such as Cephalocon, Vault, FOSDEM and Gluster Summit.

Sunday May 19, 2019 17:40 - 18:20 BST