Crimson: Ceph for the Age of NVMe and Persistent Memory

Ceph is a mature open source software-defined storage solution that was created over a decade ago. During that time new faster storage technologies have emerged including NVMe and Persistent memory. The crimson project aim is to create a better Ceph OSD that is more well suited to those faster devices. The crimson OSD is built on the Seastar C++ framework and can leverage these devices by minimizing latency, cpu overhead, and cross-core communication. This talk will discuss the project design, our current status, and our future plans.

17 Minutes
Orit Wasserman

Orit Wasserman, Architect at Red Hat

Orit is an OpenShift Container Storage Architect at Red Hat, focusing on storage for containers, hybrid cloud, multi-cloud and Edge. An experienced software engineer who is passionate about open source and infrastructure, Orit has worked with distributed systems and storage for much of her career. She was a principal architect at Lightbits labs, a software-defined storage startup developing NVMe/TCP. Her journey at Red Hat started on Ceph object storage (Ceph Rados Gateway), a highly available distributed software-defined storage solution designed to scale and handle PetaBytes. She also co-maintained and developed live migration for KVM/QEMU. In the past at IBM Research Labs, she developed nested virtualization for KVM.

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