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Storage - KubeCon [clear filter]
Friday, December 8
 

11:10am

You Have Stateful Apps - What if Kubernetes Would Also Run Your Storage? - Annette Clewett & Sudhir Prasad, Red Hat
Kubernetes supports Stateful Applications by connecting to your existing storage. But what if you don’t have any? Or the storage capabilities differs between your environments? Wouldn’t it be nice if Kubernetes itself would be able provide storage services without any external dependency from Day1?

gluster-kubernetes is an umbrella project, currently being submitted for inclusion in CNCF, tying together various open source technologies to do just this. It takes the concept of “container-native storage” literally and orchestrates containerized GlusterFS, a scalable, software-defined storage solution to provide object storage, file storage and block storage for your applications. In this session you will learn about the components in play and how they make Kubernetes provide Persistent Storage and S3 Object Storage that scales with the cluster and runs everywhere.

Speakers
avatar for Annette Clewett

Annette Clewett

Principal Architect, Red Hat
Red Hat Storage Architect with broad knowledge across a spectrum of technologies – network, storage, virtual, and platform. Have successfully delivered countless studies that improved end-user experience and created a more efficient and available infrastructure. Current projects... Read More →
avatar for Sudhir Prasad

Sudhir Prasad

Product Management Director, Red Hat
Sudhir drives Container Native Storage and Container Ready Storage Red Hat portfolio for Kubernetes. Before joining Red Hat, Sudhir led Product Management and Strategy at Violin Memory and led Manageability product portfolio for automation & orchestration at NetApp. Before moving... Read More →



Friday December 8, 2017 11:10am - 11:45am
Ballroom A, Level 1

11:55am

Local Ephemeral Storage Resource Management - Jing Xu, Google
Currently Kubernetes does not support storage resource usage guarantee and isolation like compute resources such as CPU and memory. This talk will present out effort for improving Storage Resource Management in Kubernetes with focus on capacity isolation in ephemeral storage. It will explain how we support resource guarantee and isolation at node, pod, and container levels.

Speakers
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Jing Xu

Software Engineer, Google
Jing Xu obtained her Ph.D. from Electrical and Computer Engineering Department, University of Florida in May 2011. After graduation, she had been a lecturer in School of Computer Science in Florida International University for about 4 years. She moved to Bay area in late 2014 and... Read More →



Friday December 8, 2017 11:55am - 12:30pm
Meeting Room 6AB, Level 3

2:00pm

Block Volumes Support in Kubernetes [I] - Mitsuhiro Tanino, Hitachi Data Systems
Storage is an essential part of any computing systems. In current Kubernetes, user can utilize storage volume with filesystem in a container but can't be utilized volume without filesystem called raw block volume.

By adding a feature to enable raw block storage directly, for example, user can use the raw block volume for database applications such as MariaDB and this improves I/O performance.

In this session, I will explain current activity and feature plan of Block Volumes Support in Kubernetes.

Speakers
avatar for Mitsuhiro Tanino

Mitsuhiro Tanino

Principal Software Engineer, Hitachi Data Systems
Mitsuhiro Tanino is a software engineer who has been working for Hitachi since 2004 and a principal software engineer Hitachi Data systems since 2014. He has experience about development of virtual machine manager for heterogeneous cloud systems and RAS features for KVM virtual environments... Read More →



Friday December 8, 2017 2:00pm - 2:35pm
Meeting Room 6AB, Level 3

2:45pm

Providing Containerized Cinder Services to Baremetal Kubernetes Clusters [I] - John Griffith, NetApp & Huamin Chen, Red Hat
Kubernetes deployments running on OpenStack clusters require a full OpenStack: Keystone, Nova, and Cinder services.

This talk presents a more pervasive and simplified deployment architecture by integrating Containerized standalone Cinder services with baremetal Kubernetes. Cinder services offer many storage features that are still missing in Kubernetes. Cinder is supported by many storage vendors, with over 70 storage drivers in its repository. A Containerized standalone Cinder service makes these features and extensive storage products available to Kubernetes cluster.

Key to this architecture is a Kubernetes volume provisioner that provisions Cinder volumes and transparently converts Cinder volumes to Kubernetes supported storage types, such as iSCSI, Fibre Channel, NFS, or Ceph RBD.

Based on the these technologies, the new architecture enables enterprise customers to deploy Container services in a dedicated cluster and consume advanced storage features.

Speakers
avatar for Huamin Chen

Huamin Chen

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Dr. Huamin Chen is a passionate developer at Red Hat' CTO office. He is one of the founding member of Kubernetes SIG Storage, member of Ceph, Knative, and Rook. He previously spoke at KubeCon, OpenStack Summits, and other technical conferences.
avatar for John Griffith

John Griffith

Principal Software Engineer, NetApp
John Griffith, Principal Software Engineer at SolidFire now a part of NetApp, helped to create the Cinder project in OpenStack. Primary responsibilities are upstream contributions to cloud related open source technologies. Currently active in Kubernetes Storage SIG, CNCF CSI project... Read More →



Friday December 8, 2017 2:45pm - 3:20pm
Meeting Room 6AB, Level 3

3:40pm

Economics of using Local Storage Attached to VMs on Cloud Providers [I] - Pavel Snagovsky, Quantum
Public cloud storage resource offerings aren't always optimal to run Cloud Native applications. This talk explores several storage options comparing costs, performance, resilience, features and interfaces of file, block and object storage for Cloud Native applications in AWS. EBS vs Instance store for Kubernetes nodes are compared for different scenarios. This talk also covers pros and cons of leveraging object store using resources already provisioned as oppose s3.

Speakers
avatar for Pavel Snagovsky

Pavel Snagovsky

Senior Developer, Rackspace
Pavel Snagovsky is a Software Engineer at Quantum Corporation, contributing to several projects advancing storage evolution, including rook.io. Previously worked in Operations at Ticketmaster, Limelight Networks, Yellowpages and other companies.



Friday December 8, 2017 3:40pm - 4:15pm
Meeting Room 6AB, Level 3

4:25pm

Kubernetes Storage Evolution: Enabling High Performance Distributed Datastores [A] - Erin A Boyd, Red Hat & Michelle Au, Google
This talk will focus on the recent changes & challenges in Kubernetes to address the need for consistent & secure access to local persistent storage and raw block storage.

Speakers
avatar for Michelle Au

Michelle Au

Software Engineer, Google
Michelle Au is a software engineer at Google and is a Kubernetes SIG Storage maintainer. She has worked on Kubernetes volume security, the Container Storage Interface, volume topology, and local persistent storage.
avatar for Erin Boyd

Erin Boyd

Senior Principal SE, Red Hat
Erin is currently a Senior Principal Engineer for Red Hat working in the CTO Office. Erin is a Kubernetes contributor and an Apache Ambari committer. Erin is an active contributor to the Kubernetes Storage SIG and is currently the co-chair of the CNCF Storage SIG. Erin's main focus... Read More →



Friday December 8, 2017 4:25pm - 5:00pm
Meeting Room 6AB, Level 3