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Wednesday, March 22 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Stratis: A New Approach to Local Storage Management - Andy Grover, Red Hat

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Linux's existing choices for volume-managing filesystems (VMFs) have been limited to two choices: either ZFS-on-Linux, which has licensing issues; or Btrfs, still seeking wider adoption. Stratis aims to deliver equivalent features and ease of use as a VMF, but with a hybrid, layered approach that builds on Linux's strengths to deliver a stable solution within a very short time window.

Andy Grover, Stratis team lead and architect, will talk about the advantages and trade-offs in Stratis's design, and some controversial development decisions. He will also discuss its current implementation state, and share plans for development goals leading up to a stable 1.0 release, and beyond.

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Andy Grover

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Andy Grover is a Principal Software Engineer at Red Hat, working to improve Linux’s block storage capabilities. His work encompasses both changes to the kernel itself as well as low-level management tools. Previous work areas include networking and ACPI. He has previously spoken at Plumbers, Linux Kernel Summit, OSCON, LinuxCon, and Open Source Bridge, among others. He lives in Portland, Oregon.


Wednesday March 22, 2017 12:00pm - 12:50pm
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