Using Distributed Storage to Develop a Data Availability Solution Across Private, Public clouds and traditional datacenters

Wednesday September 18, 2013
2:00 PM EDT/ 11:00 AM PDT


Enterprise IT is diverging because of growing business needs with deployments in traditional virtualized datacenters and on private clouds powered by OpenStack and public clouds like Amazon Web Services (AWS). This raises the question of data availability across these platforms and is a growing challenge for architects and administrators in IT organizations. Essential to addressing this challenge is to build upon an open and highly-scalable storage platform.

In this session, you'll learn how a distributed scale-out storage platform, like Red Hat Storage (gluster) , can be used for data availability between traditional data centers, OpenStack clouds and AWS. Key takeaways include identification of technical challenges and pitfalls, and solution architectures with use cases.

Who should attend:
  • IT Managers
  • Enterprise architects
  • Solution architects
  • Application architects
  • System/Storage administrators

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Tushar Katarki
Principal Product Manager Red Hat

Tushar Katarki is a principal product manager in Red Hat’s big data and storage business unit and is responsible for cross-platform integration between technologies such as storage, virtualization, OpenStack, and Amazon Web Services (AWS). Tushar has 15 years of technology experience that spans compute, storage, and networking. He holds an MBA from Babson College and a master’s degree in Computer Science from the State University of New York at Buffalo.

Doug Barney
TMCnet Editor at Large

Doug Barney has been a technology journalist for nearly 30 years. Doug was the founding editor of Redmond Magazine, Redmond Channel Partner, Redmond Developer News and Virtualization Review, and served as Editorial Director for Visual Studio magazine. Doug also served as Executive Editor of Network World, Editor in Chief of AmigaWorld, and Editor in Chief of Network Computing. Doug also reported for ComputerWorld and InfoWorld. Doug has been a frequent guest on CNN, CNNfn, NECN, and NPR commenting on PC and networking technologies

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