Reliable, Redundant: High Availability in OpenStack (Ballroom)
High Availability is a key concept in private and public infrastructures that has, until recently, been somewhat under-represented in OpenStack. In this session, we explain techniques for integrating OpenStack with Pacemaker, the ubiquitous and universal high-availability stack for the Linux platform.
This session will contain a high-availability overview for several core OpenStack services:
- RabbitMQ and MySQL high availability for Nova
- Redundant, highly-available storage for nova-volume
- High Availability and resource monitoring for Nova and Glance services
- All-in-one integration of nova-volume block storage and a Swift-style object store with Ceph
Florian is the CEO and co-founder at hastexo, an independent professional services organization specializing in Linux high availability, storage replication, and the open source cloud. Florian has been active in the HA community for half a decade, and is widely regarded as an expert in the field. He has spoken on high availability and cloud topics at linux.conf.au, LinuxCon North America and Europe, the MySQL Conference & Expo, and many other events. | |
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