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Tuesday, May 13 • 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Increasing Read Scalability in Openstack Using Database Replication

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A key scalability challenge for almost all OpenStack components is a reliance on a single authoritative store of service related information. While not always the case, generally this comes in the form of a MySQL or PostgreSQL database. As production deployments become larger and Openstack continues to move into the enterprise space we will need to be able to scale this central store. A quick familiar method of decentralizing traditional relational databases has been through use of replications slaves. In this presentation I will explain how support for replication slaves works in Openstack and what currently uses it. I will also go over some production experience as Bluehost has been using replication slaves for over a year.

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Mike Wilson

Systems Architect at Mirantis, Mirantis
Mike Wilson comes from a background of large scale multi-datacenter computing and has been doing big OpenStack since the Folsom release. His experience includes upstream development as well as being the principal architect and lead in setting up one of the largest OpenStack deployments in the world in his time with Bluehost. When he came to Mirantis, he acted as the principal architect for AT&T's enormous OpenStack based Telco cloud, AT&T... Read More →


Tuesday May 13, 2014 3:40pm - 4:20pm
Room B206

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