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Wednesday, March 22 • 5:00pm - 5:50pm
Disaster Recovery and Ceph Block Storage: Introducing Multi-Site Mirroring - Jason Dillaman, Red Hat

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Ceph provides a resilient and scalable software defined storage model. Ceph's block storage layer, RADOS block device (RBD), is widely used for virtual machine disks and is the most popular block storage used with OpenStack.

One of the most requested capabilities for Ceph has been the ability to continuously mirror RBD images to an offsite, disaster recovery location. Previously, disaster recovery with Ceph was a manual process, using differential snapshots and custom scripts. With multi-site mirroring, Ceph gains the ability to have near real-time consistency in separate geographical locations.

In this session, we’ll introduce the RBD journaling and mirroring features that provide this new ability. We’ll provide an overview of the architecture, explain the intended use cases, and show how to configure mirroring between Ceph clusters.

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Jason Dillaman

Jason Dillaman is a software engineer at Red Hat and has been an active contributor to the Ceph project for over two years. Jason currently acts as the project technical lead for the RADOS Block Device (RBD) module within Ceph.


Wednesday March 22, 2017 5:00pm - 5:50pm
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