Using hyperconverged nodes in cloud deployment, in which servers run both compute and storage process, typically results in smaller initial deployment footprint, a lower cost of entry, and maximized capacity utilization. With the growing popularity of OpenStack® as the preferred cloud deployment technology and Ceph as the preferred storage back end for OpenStack clusters, there is increasing interest in hyperconvergence for greater efficiencies in private cloud infrastructure, network functions virtualization infrastructure (NFVi), and enterprise cloud deployments.
Join this webinar to learn about the architectural compatibility and integration between OpenStack and Ceph, and specific guidance on implementing Red Hat® OpenStack Platform 10 and Red Hat Ceph Storage 2 such that both the OpenStack Nova Compute services and the Ceph Object Storage Daemon (OSD) services reside on the same node.
John Fulton, senior software engineer, Red Hat
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Date: Thursday, February 16
Time: 12:00 p.m. EST
Length: 1 hour