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thePub | OpenStack by David Blackwell - 1w ago

On February 28th, the OpenStack community released its 17th version, codenamed Queens. As a leader in commercial storage solutions for OpenStack, NetApp added new features to Cinder and Manila. Cinder New Features Cinder now supports dynamic adjustment of overprovisioning space for volumes based on a calculation of free space in the backend, committed space, and ... Read more

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By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang In the blog post An Introduction to Cheesecake in OpenStack, we spoke to Cinder Cheesecake replication, but we didn’t go into detail about how it works. In summary: Cinder automatically sets up a replication relationship between backends. If a primary storage backend fails, the OpenStack administrator issues the cinder ... Read more

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By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang Disasters happen for multiple reasons ranging from site failures to regional failures to human errors. Remember the Hyperscaler site failures over the past few years?  If It happens, are you prepared for it? Being at a storage company, living and working in 3rd platform, we are particularly interested in ... Read more

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Welcome to part one of a series on reducing risk in OpenStack with NetApp.  Whether you are already running OpenStack, or are considering running it, the security of your data should always be at the forefront of your thoughts.  NetApp has many features that work in concert with our OpenStack drivers to give you piece ... Read more

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Some sites aren’t large enough to need or have an entire datacenter infrastructure. Sometimes you want to be able to run just a datacenter in a box. Remote locations, small sites, any place where you might need the entire features of a data center, but only have one box. How do you get all those ... Read more

The post Setting up an Edge system All in One with OpenStack and ONTAP Select appeared first on thePub.

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Bonzer: Australian slang for “most excellent” Join the NetApp team down under and learn why we are the #1 Commercial OpenStack® Storage solutions provider! Did you know that 5 out of 7 OpenStack Superusers are NetApp customers? And that 4 out of 7 are using NetApp SolidFire? Be sure to stop by our booth—A13 in the ... Read more

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By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang Have you visited NetApp’s OpenStack section of thePub lately?  If not, you may have missed NetApp’s new and improved OpenStack Deployment and Operation’s Guide.  Now a living document, easy for you to read and for us to maintain, the Guide is your one stop source for all things NetApp ... Read more

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OpenStack – thePub by Chad Morgenstern - 1w ago

NetApp is thrilled to have contributed to and congratulates the OpenStack Community on the Pike release of OpenStack.  The OpenStack Foundation’s Pike press release mentions a lot of new and exciting features across the board.  In this blog, we call out a few that are of particular interest to us. Cinder: Volume Groups Cinder now supports the new ... Read more

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By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang Overview In the blog post Cinder Cheesecake: Things to Consider, we wrote that we would be looking at various failure scenarios. Scenarios that build on one another to give a clear view of what happening in the environment.  This blog focuses on scenario 1, namely: Your environment encounters an issue ... Read more

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By Chad Morgenstern and Jenny Yang Now that you’ve considered and reviewed your disaster recovery needs, you may have decided that DR with Cinder is worth exploring. What is Cheesecake? Cheesecake in the OpenStack community refers to Cinder replication for DR use cases. In the event that disaster strikes your primary storage site, Cheesecake provides ... Read more

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