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Tuesday, September 22 • 10:40am - 11:20am
Concepts on Moving From SAS connected JBOD to an Ethernet Connected JBOD

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Today’s Software Defined Storage deployments are dominated by SAS attached just-a-bunch-of-disks (JBOD), with some new drives moving to an Ethernet connected blob store interface. This talk examines the advantages of moving to an Ethernet connected JBOD, what infrastructure has to be in place, what performance requirements are needed to be competitive, and examines technical issues in deploying and managing such a product. The talk concludes with a real world example, including performance analysis.

Learning Objectives

Understand the potential advantages of moving to an Ethernet connected JBOD (EBOD)
Understand the architectural differences between a JBOD based approach and an EBOD based approach.
Understand the complexities that are solved and that need to be solved, anchored in real world data, to be able to deliver an EBOD to the market.

Speakers
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Jim Pinkerton

Partner Architect Lead, Microsoft
Jim Pinkerton is currently an architect in the Windows Server division of Microsoft. His primary role is architecting private cloud solutions, including networking, storage, fabric, and management at scale. In that role, he was the lead architect for Microsoft’s “Cloud Server System” (CPS). Previously Jim worked as a storage architect on advanced scale-out file servers, including working as the lead architect on a next generation file... Read More →


Tuesday September 22, 2015 10:40am - 11:20am
Santa Clara Ballroom

Attendees (17)