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Wednesday, May 20 • 11:00am - 11:40am
Extending OpenStack Swift to Support Third Party Storage Systems

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Since its inception, OpenStack Swift stores data using its own distributed storage implementation.  A new feature, called storage policies, was added in Juno and enables other storage systems to extend Swift, but only through the object server.  In this talk, we highlight current development which will enable third party storage systems to extend OpenStack Swift based on two key technologies, pluggable backends and single-process.  Pluggable backends will enable storage systems to also extend the account and storage servers, while single-process reduces the latency in the server to server communication.  These two technologies will provide third party storage developers an efficient method to extend OpenStack Swift.

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Luis Pabon

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Luis Pabon is a Principal Software Engineer member of Red Hat Storage working on OpenStack Storage. Prior to joining Red Hat in February of 2013 he worked at NetApp Advanced Technology Group and at EMC on various storage products.

Prashanth Pai

Associate Software Engineer, Red Hat
Prashanth Pai works as Associate Software Engineer at Red Hat. He is primarily associated with and contributes to integration efforts in open source projects GlusterFS and OpenStack Swift.

Wednesday May 20, 2015 11:00am - 11:40am
Room 109

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