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Wednesday, May 21 • 12:00pm - 12:50pm
Quick Overview on OpenStack Block Storage Layer - Masaki Kimura, Hitachi

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 In cloud environments, there are a variety of systems running for different workloads. Each workload tends to have its own requirements, such as reliability, performance, and functionality. Therefore, cloud systems need to provide users with choices which can satisfy requirements from these workloads.
This presentation focuses on the choices of block storages for OpenStack. In OpenStack, block storages are managed by a component called Cinder. Cinder manages multiple types of data resources as block storages via the plugin for each data resource. Currently Cinder plugins for many types of data resources are available, from LVM and nfs to cluster filesystems and enterprise storages.
This presentation will show the characteristics of these Cinder plugins, comparison among the Cinder plugins from the view point of workloads of the systems in cloud environments.

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Masaki Kimura

OSS Engineer, Hitachi Ltd.
Masaki Kimura is an OSS engineer at Hitachi, Ltd. He is currently working on evaluating OpenStack with servers and storages for enterprise use. Especially, he aims at creating high reliable virtualized environment with OpenStack. He had a presentation on KVM storage Layer at LinuxCon North America 2013.


Wednesday May 21, 2014 12:00pm - 12:50pm
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