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Thursday, October 29 • 11:50am - 12:30pm
Efficient Image Management Using Cinder Volumes for Virtual and Baremetal Machines

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Image management takes a lot of time to upload and download the large disk image to Glance. By using rich features such as copy-on-write, backup, etc. provided by storage arrays, we can make the image management more efficient.

We are proposing improvement of Cinder volume backend for Glance. This realizes:


  • Storing image data in Cinder volumes (upload/download).

  • Sharing volume data among tenants.

  • Quick volume-boot of virtual and bare metal machines using copy-less volume creation from images.

  • Copy-less image creation from volumes for backups, image sharing etc.


To fully enable auto-scaling for applications, we need to boot instances as quickly as possible to respond the change of demands. By levareging the copy-on-write based volume creation, instances can be booted at once without copying image data. We also introduce quick boot for baremetal servers without copying images by combining with Ironic-Cinder support.

Speakers
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Tomoki Sekiyama

Principal Software Engineer, Hitachi Data Systems
Tomoki is a principal software engineer in Hitachi Data Systems where he is involved in research and development of OpenStack including building reliable private cloud for enterprise systems. His focus is enhancement of reliability and stability features of OpenStack based on his experience in developement of Mission Critical systems.
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Mitsuhiro Tanino

Principal Software Engineer, HDS
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. His current working area is Cinder and Nova, he is enhancing reliability and stability features to achieve Mission Critical systems requirements.



Thursday October 29, 2015 11:50am - 12:30pm
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