Thursday, May 23, 2013

Werner Fischer (Thomas-Krenn.AG)

Storage - Basics and Tuning

Today, every Linux admin has to cope with the management of large quantities of data. The need for more and higher-performance storage is constantly increasing. The track is aimed at both sysadmin newcomers and ambitious private users who use Linux on servers and how want to learn the storage basics, as well as Linux professionals who find in the afternoon session details on storage performance and highly available replicated and distributed storage technologies.

Time
London II
10:00
German preferred, english possible Der Linux I/O-Stack
Thomas Schöbel- Theuer (1&1 Internet AG)
10:30
English Volume Management using LVM: An Overview
Alasdair G. Kergon (Red Hat)
11:00
English preferred, German possible Which filesystem should I use?
Heinz Mauelshagen (Red Hat GmbH)
11:30
12:00
German preferred, english possible Projects >> Fast Forward
Elke Moritz (LinuxTag e.V., Nokia), Tommi Mäkitalo (Tntnet.org)
12:30  
13:00
13:30
14:00
English SSD & HDD performance testing with TKperf
Georg Schönberger (Thomas- Krenn.AG)
14:30
15:00
English InfiniBand/RDMA for Storage - SRP vs. iSER
Sebastian Riemer (ProfitBricks GmbH)
15:30
16:00
English What DRBD is, and what is new in DRBD9!
Philipp Reisner (LINBIT HA- Solutions GmbH)
16:30
17:00
German preferred, english possible Scale-Out leicht gemacht: Petabyte- Storage mit Ceph
Martin Gerhard Loschwitz (hastexo Professional Services GmbH)
17:30
German preferred, english possible Bricks and translators - the distributed storage 'Made by Red Hat'
Dr. Udo Seidel (Amadeus Data Processing GmbH)