I finally got around to uploading my pictures from this year’s FOSDEM 2019 conference in Brussels, Belgium. I spent most of my time in the Software-defined Storage DevRoom, where I also spoke about the latest developments in the Ceph Dashboard. I also collected all Ceph-related FOSDEM talks on the Ceph blog. Enjoy!
Summarizing my experiences at DevConf.CZ in Brno (CZ)
I finally got around to publishing a number of photo albums related to Ceph events that I attended in the past few months: Ceph Day Ede, NL, 2017-09-20 Ceph Day Darmstadt, DE, 2018-02-07 Cephalocon APAC 2018-03, Beijing, CN
In case you were wondering why there were so few posts on this blog in the past weeks: since we’ve set up a dedicated blog for openATTIC, a lot of my recent blogging activity has taken place there. You can find all my posts using the Posts by Lenz Grimmer view.
Back in September, I attended the Kieler Linux Tage, to talk (in German) about how to manage storage on Linux using openATTIC. The presentation was recorded and the final result (in 4K) can now be viewed on YouTube. I hope you enjoy it!
Last week, I attended the 13. Kieler Open Source und Linux Tage (KieLux) in Kiel, Germany, to give a presentation (in German) about “Flexibles Storage Management unter Linux mit OpenATTIC” . I had an audience of ~25-30 people, a video recording of the session (in 4K!) will be published shortly. I had a great time at […]
Last weekend, I gave a presentation titled “The Evolution of Storage on Linux” at this year’s FrOSCon 10 conference (Happy Anniversary!). In case you have missed it, you can find the slides and video recording below. Thanks to the FrOSCon team for having me, it’s always a pleasure to be there! Unfortunately I had some […]
Today, I’ve started a new chapter in my career: I’ve left TeamDrive Systems after 1.5 years and joined it-novum in Fulda, where I will be responsible for their open source storage solution openATTIC as a Senior Product Manager in their infrastructure group.
While virtualization makes it pretty easy to spawn up new VMs quickly (e.g. for load balancing purposes), I always felt that providing concurrent file-based access to the same data to these VMs has been somewhat cumbersome, even though it’s still a requirement for many applications that need to share data between parts of the application, […]