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SUSECon 2014

TUT8103 - SUSE Storage: Sizing and Performance

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SUSE Storage introduces software defined storage (SDS) based on the Open Source Ceph project to the SUSE portfolio. This allows the design and implementation of storage architectures based on commodity hardware that rivals or exceeds traditional storage products in terms of cost-effectiveness, capacity, performance, reliability, or scalability. The needs vary for each use case. Such flexibility implies that there are many tunables and design decisions that have to be taken into account during the server, network, and software setup. From per disk capacity, IO backplane, and bandwidth of the network to the number of nodes and the replication model configured in the software, this tutorial discusses the various factors and trade-offs that affect the resulting system characteristics.


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