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For easy access to a wealth of Red Hat Storage information, from product updates and use case insights to industry best practices, check out the Red Hat Storage Slideshare page. With presentations going back a few years you’ll be able to find just about anything – including the presentations used during select sessions at Red Hat Summit 2015. Below is just a sampling of some of the presentations you’ll find.
This presentation will teach you how RADOS Block Devices (RBD) work, including how RBD uses RADOS classes to make access easier from user space and within the Linux kernel, how it implements thin provisioning, and how it builds on RADOS self-managed snapshots for cloning and differential backups.
Here’s an overview of performance-related developments in Red Hat Gluster Storage 3 and best practices for testing, sizing, configuration, and tuning.
If you want a thorough introduction to Red Hat Storage, check this presentation to learn everything from how to install Red Hat Gluster Storage to how to configure disks, link storage nodes, and more.
View this presentation to learn about erasure code in Ceph -- learn about erasure code logic, understand erasure code plug-ins, and learn how to estimate the trade off between erasure coding and replication.
Do you have a favorite presentation? We’d love to know which, and why. Leave a note in the comments!