Cinder OpenStack -- Meetup Austin, TX

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Prepare for the BEAR Preview of Cinder G release & demo with SolidFire John Griffith, Lead Open Source Developer, [email protected], @jdg_8 Dave Cahill, Director of Strategic Alliances, [email protected], @dcahill8

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John Griffith, SolidFire's lead open source developer and the Project Technical Lead (PTL) for the OpenStack Block Storage project (i.e. Cinder) will provide an update on the OpenStack Block Storage project and a sneak preview of what is coming in the Grizzly release. John will also demo some of the newest Cinder features on a SolidFire cluster.

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Prepare for the BEAR Preview of Cinder G release & demo with SolidFire John Griffith, Lead Open Source Developer, [email protected], @jdg_8

Dave Cahill, Director of Strategic Alliances, [email protected], @dcahill8

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Who the %$&# are these guys? •  John Griffith

•  Lead Open Source developer @SolidFire •  Technical Lead for OpenStack Block Storage Project

(Cinder)

•  Dave Cahill •  Director, Strategic Alliances @SolidFire

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The OpenStack Opportunity

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Why the urgency around OpenStack?

•  OpenStack is only a 3-year old startup, BUT…

ü Cloud is happening NOW ü Pain points are REAL ü LACK of viable alternatives ü Opportunity is MASSIVE ü AWS is not standing still

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We’ve seen this movie before...

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x86 Virtualization – The Test/Dev Era

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Is this a re-run?

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Why yes, it is!

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The Test/Dev Era – x86 Virtualization vs. Cloud Computing

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x86 Virtualization This movie ended well…

x86 Virtualization – From Test/Dev to Production

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Cloud Computing This ending is still being written

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The Production Era Opportunity: x86 Virtualization vs. Cloud

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How do we influence the outcome?

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Key Cloud Infrastructure Innovations •  Availability •  Performance •  Quality-of-Service •  Scalability •  Automation

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What does this have to do with Cinder?

•  Storage is a major pain-point in most early-cloud deployments

•  Unpredictable Performance •  Not designed for Multi-tenancy •  Management = Complex + Inefficient + Costly

•  Storage a key underpinning to successful application deployments

•  Cloud 1.0 = Backup/Archive, Test/Dev. •  Cloud 2.0 = Mission & Business Critical

Applications

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Cinder Update 6 Months Later

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Little over halfway by the numbers 37 blueprints/new features (and counting) 43 bug fixes (and counting) 300+ commits into GitHub (during Grizzly time-frame, and counting)

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Highlights Boot From Volume Copy image -> Volume -> Image Clone volumes LVM-Thin and LVM-Mirrors Types/Extra-Specs Filter Scheduler API-V2 Multiple-Backend support LIO (iSCSI target option)

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Almost there Fibre Channel Drivers.... Honorable mentions (still hoping to get these, but likely H1) Aggregates* Glance plugins*

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Let's demo some new features on a SolidFire Cluster

Simple config: Create some volume-types that can translate to QoS Create a volume that can be attached Create a bootable volume Let's make another using the clone features

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1620 Pearl Street, Boulder, Colorado 80302 Phone: 720.523.3278 Email: [email protected] www.solidfire.com

Questions? John Griffith, [email protected], @jdg_8

Dave Cahill, [email protected], @dcahill8