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May 19-20, 2019
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Sunday, May 19 • 16:00 - 16:40
Rook Deployed Scalable NFS Clusters Exporting CephFS - Patrick Donnelly & Jeff Layton, Red Hat, Inc.

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Rook was developed as a storage provider for Kubernetes to automatically deploy and attach storage to pods. Significant effort within Rook has been devoted to integrating the open-source storage platform Ceph with Kubernetes. Ceph is a distributed storage system in broad use today that presents unified file, block, and object interfaces to applications.

This talk will present completed work in the Ceph Nautilus release to dynamically create highly-available and scalable NFS server clusters that export the Ceph file system (CephFS) for use within Kubernetes or as a standalone appliance. CephFS provides applications with a friendly programmatic interface for creating shareable volumes. For each volume, Ceph and Rook cooperatively manage the details of dynamically deploying a cluster of NFS-Ganesha pods with minimal operator or user involvement.

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Jeff Layton

Sr. Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Jeff Layton is a longtime Linux kernel and Ceph developer who specializes in network filesystems. He maintains the Linux kernel CephFS client and is a contributor to many other open source projects.

Patrick Donnelly

Red Hat Partner Engineer, IBM
Patrick Donnelly is a senior software engineer at Red Hat, Inc. currently leading the global development team working on the open-source Ceph distributed file system. Patrick has been a speaker at several events presenting recent work on Ceph, including Cephalocon APAC, various Openstack... Read More →

Sunday May 19, 2019 16:00 - 16:40 BST