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Friday, August 8 • 17:00 - 18:45
Building an inexpensive and scalable storage system with ARM and GlusterFS

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Inexpensive ARM boards, commodity drives and Open Source Software are all you need to assemble a scalable storage solution, supporting distributed and replicated volumes. In this presentation, we walk through the process of assembling the hardware, installing Fedora and GlusterFS, and finally configuring the volumes. Then we will access this storage via native Gluster client (FUSE), NFS and CIFS to provide performance benchmarks, showing what it is possible to accomplish with Open Source software, a little thinking and about a thousand dollars.

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avatar for Leonardo Vaz

Leonardo Vaz

Software Maintenance Engineer, Red Hat
Kernel, Local Filesystems, IO layer.


Friday August 8, 2014 17:00 - 18:45
C215 (100 person)

Attendees (15)