Originally posted on scotts tech blog:
Having an OpenStack NFS storage will allow for the testing of VM migration between Nova Compute nodes. The following highlights a simple way of building an NFS storage for your OpenStack VMs. Prerequisites NFS Server with nova access CentOS 7.3 as the NFS Client OpenStack compute nodes deployed (tested on Mitaka and Newton) Server Side Create a directory on… Continue reading OpenStack NFS Storage
Originally posted on scotts tech blog:
Now let’s go for some future-logistic (or maybe some tech-apocalypses) Based on the note “These Are the Hottest New Open Source Projects Right Now” and specifically in the section “Beyond Bitcoin”, I have to say projects like Storj, IPFS and OpenBazaar make my mind rolls. Bitcoin is a beautiful concept – some kind of altruist- and I can think there millions, including myself, expecting what will … Continue reading Would Bitcoin break the foreseen cloud’s adoption paradigm?
Ok, I’ve brought in my previous note a short overview how Tier IV datacenter are designed to deliver the best in class technology to take care of your IT stuff against any electrical or physical failure into the facility. Later on, I’ve mentioned if you want to get instances from any of our clouds, you bet that any of our configurations has got the required redundancy to support any … Continue reading Beyond a datacenter and hardware fault tolerant strategy (part 2/3)
As I’ve told, @KoolFit is not just another Cloud option in our portfolio, it’s an important sample of our company’s talent to play at any level facing technology challenges like this. OpenStack is getting some traction in the market – I invite you to read “The OpenStack opportunity: so how big is it?” where they’ve shown figures such 3.3B in 2018 as the expected revenue from OpenStack … Continue reading A strong Data Protection Strategy supporting your Cloud will bring you sweet dreams
#OpenStack is a bunch of software’s pieces, right? Besides of #OpenStack brings so much resources to cover most of your needs to get a really enhanced cloud experience. You need to add more pieces and coding to fully fit your performance needs. Choose the right Hyper-Visor Let’s start choosing the Hyper-Visor. You can get KVM, Xen, Hyper-V or VMWare. Any of these options are OK. However, if you … Continue reading Cutting-edge cloud tech is not based exclusively on #OpenStack
Julio, thanks for referring me, I really like your posts…specially when you referring me… hahaha “Mauricio is our CTO and is leading our way into higher performing storage at lowered costs. So, while you are looking at RAID group types and cache and LUN distribution across paths and controllers why not just SHIFT! Make a big shift right into KIO Network cloud based on our … Continue reading What RAID should you choose? To making a shift into more performance for less via KoolFit and KIO Networks. | CHANGE as a Service
“However, it does not cover Ceph in this case and we all know that Ceph is the performance leader in Openstack. Racksha team! This is a request. Lets add Ceph into this project” Julio, thanks for sharing this note, Are you share Racksha is not independent on what storage you have below Cinder? via OpenStack. Data protection (Racksha) | CHANGE as a Service. Continue reading OpenStack. Data protection (Racksha) | CHANGE as a Service
The amount of available storage systems in the market have increased in my radar during the last months therefore the complexity to choose one of them – I am personally afraid of choosing one now and regret it later, aren´t you? – The storage ecosystem is changing so fast that probably if you select something now, the criterion that you have just used won’t work few months later. This new trend of software defined something that has blessed the storage field and now … Continue reading What do I have to choose to efficiently store, protect and manage my private cloud’s data?
Ceph is not just a JBODD (Just a Bunch of Dumb Disk) Technology with an amazing algorithm – see my previous posts for more information about CRUSH- to manage data location among nodes. You can get much interesting features to help you saving money or being more productive with your time. Let’s start from the file system used as the most basic component by the Object … Continue reading Other Ceph’s interesting features for Data Management and Storage Efficiency
I met @sakacc last Thursday’s evening face-to-face enjoying a not so short chat that make me to re-think some given statements – doesn’t mean I’ve changed my thoughts about #Ceph and its assortment within type 4 , ok? – I know that I’ve committed to write in my previous note about other features on #Ceph, but I will use this current space to talk about something more important, my internal … Continue reading Commodity Hardware it’s not the only option for the future