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Wednesday, October 28 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Yahoo! Japan Builds an OpenStack Enterprise Storage Architecture for Japan's Largest Internet Portal

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Yahoo! is a well-known telecommunication company in Japan and operates Japan’s largest portal site “Yahoo! Japan” offering a wide variety of web services. They use OpenStack for their private Cloud Platform for application development and its Service Platform, with more than 50,000 instances on OpenStack in operation.

Yahoo! found that they had to refresh their private cloud infrastructure to resolve its IT challenges, including an increasing operational management burden. The decision was made to deploy OpenStack to support its growing business, and in the process adopt enterprise storage to support its OpenStack environment in partnership with NetApp.

This session will focus on the factors that drove Yahoo! Japan to move to an OpenStack solution, and the considerations and requirements that led to a solution addressing significant data management requirements including:

  • Highly available storage to realize non-disruptive operation of OpenStack-based cloud infrastructure

  • Improved storage efficiency technology and increased storage efficiency

  • Data protection capabilities to build DR environment connecting remote data centers


Speakers
avatar for AKIHIRO KATANO

AKIHIRO KATANO

Senior Systems Engineer, NetApp
Pre-sales engineer mainly working with communications and IT service providers.Five years with NetApp. I provided consulting services in my previous job with an integrated vendor. | I makes recommendations to companies on how to utilize storage in an OpenStack environment.
avatar for Daisuke Masaki

Daisuke Masaki

Storage Engineer - Yahoo! Japan, Yahoo! JAPAN
Daisuke Masaki is Storage Engineer with Yahoo! Japan. Yahoo! Japan provides largest potal site in Japan. | Daisuke has worked for 3 years at Yahoo! Japan.


Wednesday October 28, 2015 3:40pm - 4:20pm
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