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Thursday, March 27 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Why NFS-Ganesha is a better fit for Enterprise NAS? - Venkateswararao Jujjuri, IBM

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NFS-Ganesha NFS server can be plugged into any of the back-end filesystems through a thin layer called FSAL.

This presentation talks about scilient features of NFS-Ganesha and why it makes a better fit for enterprise level NAS servers. It is open design allows it to work with multiple cluster mangers through CAML layer and can integrate well into any cluster infrastructure. It can even be used as md cluster in pNFS case, which is not possible with kernel based servers without major change. Presentation includes details of recent advanced features, including dynamic exports, layered FSALs etc and use cases including open stack manila project. NFS-Ganesha gaining lot of popularity and making into enterprise products; Want to use this platform to make NFS-Ganesha.

The audience is anyone interested in Linux Filesystems, Network filesystem protocols like NFS, and NAS users/developers. This presentation will help NFS users and deelopers to understand the state of NFS-Ganesha project and encorage them, and copanies they work for, to
participate in this project.  

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Venkateswararao Jujjuri

Cloud Storage Architect, Salesforce
Venkateswararao Jujjuri (JV), Cloud Storage Architect at Salesforce who is responsible for building an elastic, highly available, highly scalable multi petabyte distributed storage services on commodity hardware. Actively working with multiple opensoruce solutions including Apache BookKeeper. Prior to this JV worked at IBM’s Linux Technology Center and worked on multiple storage technologies including NFS-Ganesha, a user-space NFS server... Read More →

Thursday March 27, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Salon H

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