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Monday, September 21 • 3:30pm - 4:25pm
ZFS Async Replication Enhancements

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This presentation explores some design decisions around enhancing the zfs send and zfs receive commands to transfer already compressed data more efficiently and to recover from failures without re-sending data that has already been received.

Learning Objectives

High level understanding - how ZFS provides an efficient platform for async replication
Finding stability in the chaos - tension between what's stable in an archive and what isn't
Resolving significant constraints - why something simple turned out not to be not so simple

Speakers
avatar for Peter Cudhea

Peter Cudhea

Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
Peter Cudhea has been at Sun/Oracle since 2005 and has been member of the ZFS Development Team at Oracle since 2009. He is currently focused on enhancements to replication and off-site recovery. He has over 30 years of experience in distributed computation, databases, and filesystems. He has an MS in Computer Science from MIT, and a BA in Applied Math from Harvard.
avatar for Richard Morris

Richard Morris

Principal Software Engineer, Oracle
For the past 5 years, Rich has been been a ZFS developer for Oracle. Prior to that, Rich was a ZFS developer for Sun Microsystems.


Monday September 21, 2015 3:30pm - 4:25pm
Cypress Room

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