Connectathon Talks 2017



 


 

 

Tuesday, February 28th, 2017

1-1:30 pm

NFSv4 State of the Union - Chuck Lever - Oracle

 

2016 activity of the IETF's nfsv4 Working Group will be summarized and 2017 activity will be previewed, followed by a Q&A session

1:45-2:30 pm

NFSv4.2 Server-Side Copy: Implementation and Testing - Jorge Mora, Olga Kornievskaia - Netapp

 

Olga (remotely) will talk about the implementation and Jorge will talk about the testing and give a small testing demo.

2:45-3:45 pm

Open Source NFS/RDMA Roadmap - Chuck Lever - Oracle
 

Recent progress on the upstream Linux NFS/RDMA implementation will be reported, followed by a discussion of shortcomings in RPC-over-RDMA and how they can be addressed.


 

 

Wednesday, March 1st, 2017

1-1:30pm

Common Connectathon/Bake-a-thon Infrastructure

 

A group discussion on improvements to infrastructure common to all NFS testing events

1:45-2:15 pm

Quality of service (QoS) and data life cycle

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Modern/Fancy tools to monitor nfs traffic - Tigran Mkrtchyan - DESY

 

On it's way from detector to long term archival, Scientific data goes through several phases -fast data ingest, high popularity in data access and long term archival. During this presentation, I will go though some of them and will try to kick off a discussion on how this steps can be managed by a single storage system.

As working close with production environment, I need to analyze lot of nfs traffic. To make this process more pleasant, I have developed an extension to **packetbeats** data shipper, which sends data to elasticsearch and can
be visualized with Kibana. I will try to show life demo.

2:30-3:15pm

4.1 Client Implementation - Lessons Learned - Bill Baker

 

What a long, strange trip it's been.  Bill will pontificate on the development of the Solaris 4.1 Client.

3:30-4 pm

The Wireshark RPC-over-RDMA dissector

  The updated RPC-over-RDMA dissector in Wireshark 2.3.0-rc will be demonstrated live.