Ceph Architectural Overview
Returning to the familiar ground of MIT with a brand new topic for BLU
After a really busy year in Red Hat’s Ceph Storage team, I finally had some time to catch my breath and prepare a properly technical talk for my favorite local audience: the Boston Linux and Unix user group hosted at MIT.
We had enough time to go over Ceph’s project philosophy and foundational thinking before digging into its architecture. We continued with a few choice points aiming to showcase what makes Ceph such a promising and technically interesting storage technology. And, as always, the questions came from all corners — as you will see in the recording!
My slides for the event can be downloaded here as a PDF: Ceph Architectural Overview — or you can browse inline below.
Till next time!
The recording of the talk is now live on BLU’s YouTube channel.
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