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Monday, September 21 • 2:30pm - 3:20pm
Object and Open Source Storage Testing: Finally, a Viable Approach

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Interest in object-based and software defined storage, such as CEPH, OpenStack Swift, SNIA CDMI and Amazon S3, is expanding rapidly. Is it still just for non-mission critical or archiving applications or can it really be used for more performance-sensitive production application workloads? If so, how can one prove that these newer storage approaches can handle such workloads? Where are the performance limits? What are the testing parameters that the industry should be most concerned about? This session will discuss such topics and propose a new approach to testing the performance of object-based and open source storage.

Learning Objectives

Are object-based and software defined storage, such as CEPH, OpenStack Swift, SNIA CDMI and Amazon S3t still just for non-mission critical or archiving applications
Understand their performance limits
Learn testing parameters that the industry should be most concerned about

Speakers
avatar for Tim VanAsh

Tim VanAsh

VP of Product Management, Load DynamiX
With over 20 years in the industry, Tim has held executive positions at CA, Nimsoft, HP and Mercury Interactive focused on addressing the challenges of IT operations. Most recently Tim was Vice President of Product Management for CA Technologies’ Application Performance Management portfolio. During his time at CA, Tim held strategic roles in Big Data Analytics and led the transformation of Nimsoft into a complete management suite... Read More →


Monday September 21, 2015 2:30pm - 3:20pm
San Tomas / Lawrence Room

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