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Ceph - Open Source Software-defined Distributed Storage

Ceph is a flexible, scalable, high performance network storage system providing block, object, and file storage. Using a cluster of vendor and hardware indepedent devices, it provides all the features demanded by modern and legacy storage use cases. Learn more about it’s architecture and implementation, as well as how to install and run a cluster. We’ll also cover OpenShift Data Foundation, which is a containerized version of Ceph that runs on OpenShift clusters providing hyperconverged storage for OpenShift.

About the speaker: Patrick is a long time HV Open member who has worked at Red Hat for the last seven years as a technical account manager. He helps financial services clients with support and advice on their RHEL, storage, and OpenShift operations. He has presented many times at HVOpen on a variety of topics, including Gluster, CoreOS, Service Mesh, Ansible, Linux networking subsystems, Linux memory management, systemd, and Linux gaming. He is the founder and organizer for the NYC Red Hat user group. In his free time he’s an active rower with Mid Hudson Rowing and responsible for a very spoiled labrador retriever. Sign up to present a topic

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