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Wednesday, April 20 • 11:30am - 12:20pm
Performance improvements in Replication and Erasure coding in GlusterFS - Anuradha Talur, Red Hat

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GlusterFS is a scalable network filesystem that enables users to deploy large distributed storage solution using common off-the-shelf hardware. It provides high availability and redundancy through Automatic File Replication(AFR) and Erasure Coding(EC). In this presentation Anuradha Talur will be talking about improvements put forth in GlusterFS around AFR and EC to effectively tackle some of the long standing performance issues faced by users. These enhancements are targeted towards improving performance of small file workloads, and automatic repair/self-heal so that storage is not in degraded state for longer time. The talk also focus on improvements for scaling up self-heal/repair load when hardware can offer more iops, scaling self-heal load down during heavy traffic on storage from applications, and addressing the high consumption of CPU due to non systematic erasure coding.

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Anuradha Talur

Red Hat
Anuradha Talur has been working at Red Hat as a software developer for close to three years. She has been an active contributor to GlusterFS, an open source, highly scalable distributed filesystem. She has been predominantly involved in the development of Automatic File Replication (fondly known as AFR) component.


Wednesday April 20, 2016 11:30am - 12:20pm
State Ballroom E

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