Introduction to Client-side Caching in Ceph

Monday, February 24, 2020 - 4:30 pm5:00 pm

Mahati Chamarthy, Intel

Abstract: 

Ceph is a unified distributed storage. Caching plays a significant role in enhancing performance in a distributed software. In this regard, caching in Ceph user-space has been evolving. This talk will explore the different caching policies that exist today for the Ceph block storage (RBD) along with going into the design details of upcoming feature work which is a write-back cache implementation on SSDs and persistent memory

Mahati Chamarthy, Intel

Mahati Chamarthy has been contributing to storage technologies for the past few years. She was a core developer for OpenStack Object Storage (Swift) and now an active contributor to Ceph. She works as a Cloud Software Engineer with Intel focusing on storage software development.

Previous speaking experience includes presenting at various OpenStack conferences, Ceph related conferences and also at the Linux Storage and Filesystems conference

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BibTeX
@conference {246534,
author = {Mahati Chamarthy},
title = {Introduction to Client-side Caching in Ceph},
year = {2020},
address = {Santa Clara, CA},
publisher = {{USENIX} Association},
month = feb,
}

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