Videos provided by OpenStack Summit via OpenStack Foundation YouTube Channel
Come hear about all the existing things Intel is doing in Swift and with Object Storage in general. The Juno release will introduce the notion of Storage Policies to Swift and laid the groundwork for a whole host of new usage models. Also with Juno we’ll be introducing Erasure Codes as the first significant Storage Policy. We’ll also talk about a new test/QA cluster that has been donated by SwiftStack, Intel, and HGST, which uses the latest drive and processor technology to provide automated tests and a public baseline for performance, a key aspect of the release process not previously available. We’ll round this out with an update and demo on COSBench, the benchmarking tool, which now has more storage types like Ceph, S3 verified, and more test scenarios supported.