Planet Ceph

Aggregated news from external sources

  • April 22, 2014
    Ceph at the Red Hat Summit

    Last week in San Francisco, we attended the 2014 Red Hat Summit. This event, in its tenth year, is a gathering of Red Hat customers and partners looking for information and best practices that help them build better infrastructure. This show has been on our hit list for a while, but after the release of […]

  • January 21, 2014
    Ceph and Mirantis OpenStack

    Last week Dmitry Borodaenko presented his talk on Ceph and OpenStack at the inaugural Silicon Valley Ceph User Group meeting. The meeting was well attended and also featured talks from Mellanox’s Eli Karpilovski and Inktank’s Kyle Bader. However, if you were unable to attend, the following transcript from Dmitry’s talk is a good recap just …Read more

  • September 3, 2013
    Who You Callin’ Wimpy? Storage on ARM-based Servers Is Brawny!

    A Guest Blogpost from John Mao, Product Marketing, Calxeda Wimpy a good thing? For CPU cores? Maybe so…. Now, I’m not exactly a fan of the term wimpy—the voice in this 80s trash bag commercial tends to haunt me—but in his research note last Wednesday called “Are Wimpy Cores Good for Brawny Storage?”, Paul Teich of Moor Insights & […]

  • March 28, 2013
    Supporting Ceph With new hastexo Partnership

    Today, I am excited to announce our partnership with hastexo who provides Ceph-related professional services world-wide. We have been working closely with hastexo for some time, including collaboration on the development of new Ceph courseware for new Inktank training courses that are now available. hastexo is a professional services company located in Austria and serving customers on five continents. The […]