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Wednesday, September 23 • 1:00pm - 1:50pm
SMB3 Multi-Channel in Samba

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The implementation of advanced SMB3 features is a broad and important set of topics on the Samba roadmap. One of these SMB3 features that is currently being actively worked on is Multi-Channel, a kind of channel bonding at the SMB level intended to increase both performance and fault-tolerance of SMB sessions. It is not only one of the most generally useful features of SMB3 but also a prerequisite for enabling RDMA as a transport for SMB with SMB Direct.

This talk will provide details about the current project to finish the implementation of SMB3 Multi-Channel in Samba, explaining the challenges for development and how they are solved. The presentation will include demos. The talk will conclude with a brief outlook how SMB Direct support can be added to Samba.

Learning Objectives

Refresher on Multi-Channel
State of implementation of Multi-Channel in Samba
Challenges for Samba to implement Multi-Channel
Design of Multi-Channel in Samba
Outlook to SMB Direct support

Speakers
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Michael Adam

Principal Software Engineer, Red Hat
Michael works at Red Hat as a principal software engineer in the storage engineering team. Before, he was working as a software engineer and lead of the Samba team at SerNet. As a member of the international Samba Team Michael specializes on clustered Samba and the development of SMB2 and SMB3. - See more at: http://www.snia.org/events/storage-developer/speakers#sthash.dTmKxPuL.dpuf


Wednesday September 23, 2015 1:00pm - 1:50pm
San Tomas / Lawrence Room

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