This is the final agenda of Gluster Community Day at LinuxCon Japan (20th May). The schedule has been changed to start from the afternoon so that people can attend the keynote sessions in the morning.
This will be reflected to the official web sites soon, but as a quick notification, I attach the session details in this private blog.
|13:40-14:30||GlusterFS Update and OpenStack Integration (Etsuji Nakai)||Link (SlideShare)|
|14:40-15:40||Trying and evaluating the new features of GlusterFS 3.5 (Keisuke Takahashi)||Link (SlideShare)|
|15:50-16:50||What you need to know about Ceph - OpenStack integration and comparison with GlusterFS (Haruka Iwao)||Link (SlideShare)|
GlusterFS Update and OpenStack Integration
This session is to recap GlusterFS's history, architecture details and the latest development of new features. In addition, I will explain how GlusterFS can be integrated with OpenStack using various APIs such as FUSE client, Swift API and libgfapi.
Senior solution architect and cloud evangelist at Red Hat.
Trying and evaluating the new features of GlusterFS 3.5
The new version of GlusterFS acquired many unique features again as software defined storage. I'll show you the architecture, behavior and code of the updates in detail through my evaluation. Let's try it!
Sr. Software Engineer at NTT PC Communications. The earliest Gluster guy in Japan and now an advisory board member of the Gluster Community.
What you need to know about Ceph - OpenStack integration and comparison with GlusterFS
Ceph is a distributed object store and file system designed to provide peta-scale scalability and excellent reliability. This session guides through the basic architecture of Ceph, integration with OpenStack and difference from GlusterFS.
Software engineer. Worked to build a Ceph and OpenStack cluster at a gaming company.