THIS TUTORIAL HAS REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS LISTED BELOW
This Introduction to Ceph tutorial will include a mix of lecture and instructor-led demonstrations that will introduce students to the Ceph distributed storage system, the challenges it addresses, its architecture, and solutions it offers.
Students will leave understanding how Ceph works, how it can be integrated with your services and applications, and how it works alongside OpenStack.
Along the way, students will also learn how Ceph was created, how it grew over the years, and how it may be a good solution for your data storage challenges.
In this presentation, we shall cover the following topics:
TUTORIAL REQUIREMENTS AND INSTRUCTIONS FOR ATTENDEES
Prior to the class, attendees need to download the following ova files and have virtual box installed on your laptop and ready to use: http://objects.dreamhost.com/training-images/32bit/daisy.ova
If you feel like building a multi-node Ceph Storage cluster, feel free to download the additional virtual machine images: http://objects.dreamhost.com/training-images/32bit/eric.ova and http://objects.dreamhost.com/training-images/32bit/frank.ova.
In order to be able to go through this LAB material, you will need to make sure you have performed the following tasks and have the following environment:
1. If you do not have a virtualizer installed on your machine, please make sure you install one. We recommend going through this link: https://www.virtualbox.org/wiki/Downloads
We do support the following:
- VMWare Workstation on Microsoft Windows ! VMWare Fusion on MAC OSX
- VMWare VMPlayer
- ORACLE Virtual Box
2. If you have not done so, please download the Virtual Machine OVA files required from the Internet
3. If you have not done so, please import each Virtual Machine image in your virtualizer
4. Please download the file osdonly.txt needed for the lab: https://drive.google.com/folderview?id=0ByCF430gPoVcZVR3VEpaVEtKMnc&usp
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Patrick is currently incarnated as a Director of Community at Red Hat working to spread the Ceph gospel. An experienced community manager, gamer, mischief maker, and all around geek, Patrick spent five years writing and managing Slashdot under the nomme du keyboard
‘scuttlemonkey.’ Patrick enthusiastically helps companies to understand and adopt Open Source ideals and continues to be a strong advocate of FOSS on the desktop and in the enterprise. He has strong feelings about tomatoes, longs for his deep, dark cave, and still
hates writing these bios.
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