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OpenIO ServerLess Storage

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OpenIO's presentation of OpenIO SLS, a storage appliance combining the OpenIO open source storage software with an ARM-based Marvell chassis

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OpenIO ServerLess Storage

  1. 1. ServerLess Storage
  2. 2. most 88 % and growing fastCapacity Storage market evolution (80/20 rule) Latency sensitive IOPS High Capacity High frequency 
 modifications Low frequency 
 modifications & immutable data
  3. 3. High frequency 
 modifications most 88 % and growing fastCapacity Low frequency 
 modifications & immutable data Storage market evolution (80/20 rule) Latency sensitive IOPS High Capacity
  4. 4. What is driving up capacity?
  5. 5. What is driving up capacity?
  6. 6. What will drive up capacity?
  7. 7. What will drive up capacity?
  8. 8. Redefining Big Data
  9. 9. Redefining IT InfrastructuresRedefining IT Infrastructures
  10. 10. Next Generation ApplicationsNext Generation Applications
  11. 11. Creating metadata from data Ingest Search Store Analyse Add metadata Ingest Search Store Full Text Index Spam sample 
 long-term archiving and search Real life use cases
  12. 12. Computing models, Evolution Containers Not storage centric Virtualization Complex and expensive ServerLess Event-driven
  13. 13. X86, one of many options now X86 General purpose Coprocessors Specialized applications ARM Efficiency, IoT and mobile
  14. 14. All-flash
 Storage Specialized 
 HCI Hyperconvergence, all but efficient General 
 purpose 
 HCI In-memory Storage Lambda-like Enabled storage Capacity-driven CPU Latency-sensitive RAM TYPE OFWORKLOAD COMPUTE
 RESOURCES
  15. 15. Storage and infrastructure efficiency Run your application 
 on the storage infrastructure, where data resides! Any media Any hardware OpenIO SDS G E N E R A T E APIs IN G E ST P R O C E SS SE R V E ST O R E R E P LIC A T E T IE R IN G
  16. 16. Run your applications where data resides! All-flash
 Storage Specialized 
 HCI General 
 purpose 
 HCI In-memory Storage Lambda-like Enabled storage Capacity-driven CPU Latency-sensitive RAM TYPE OFWORKLOAD COMPUTE
 RESOURCES OpenIO
  17. 17. New object storage use cases sustainability $/GB Backup 
 repositories Collaboration Storage
 consolidation Big Data lakes and IoT
  18. 18. New object storage use cases sustainability Collaboration Backup 
 repositories Big Data lakes and IoT Storage
 consolidation Ease of use$/GB Performance Flexibility
  19. 19. Storage Array x86 
 Commodity Servers Ethernet
 TCP/IP drives 1995 - 2005 2006 - 2016 > Large capacity storage evolution
  20. 20. Scale-up and RAID 60-90 slots x86 
 Commodity Servers Ethernet
 TCP/IP drives • Impracticable • Large failure domain • Low performance • Inefficient • Half-baked technology Large capacity storage $/GB tradeoffs
  21. 21. OpenIO SLS-4U96 appliance Open Source software
 Commodity hardware Reduced 
 cost and TCO Object Storage Based on SDS 
 object storage platform ARM-based nano-nodes High-performance backend Smallest failure domain Massive I/O parallelization
  22. 22. OpenIO SLS, the scale-out storage infrastructure in-a-box Scale-out radicalization
 1 disk per nano-node Massive paralellization
 96 nano-nodes per chassis No-compromise throughput
 40Gb/s front-end Power efficient
 ARM-based architecture Small footprint
 96 3.5” HDDs in 4 rack units No Single Point Of Failure
 Redundant links, PS and Fans
  23. 23. Efficient & No SPOF Scalable & Powerful SDS 
 enabled Easy to use in a single appliance OpenIO SLS
  24. 24. How
  25. 25. • Dual-core ARM-v8 CPU • RAM, flash memory, 2 * 2.5gb/s Ethernet links • 3W power consumption and HDDs Power management • Supports 8,10,12 TB HDDs Hyper Scalable Storage Nano-node
  26. 26. • N+1 power supplies and cooling units • Chassis Management • 2x 6-port 40gb/s Ethernet switches 
 for front-end and back-to-back expansion • Up to 96 hot-swap nano-nodes No Single Point of Failure SLS 4U96
  27. 27. • N+1 power supplies and cooling units • Chassis Management • 2x 6-port 40gb/s Ethernet switches 
 for front-end and back-to-back expansion • Up to 96 hot-swap nano-nodes SLS 4U96 40 Gb/s 
 Ethernet switch 40 Gb/s 
 Ethernet switch 6x 
 ports 6x 
 ports Nano-node HDD /
 SSD 2,5 Gb/s 
 HS-SGMII #1 #96 No Single Point of Failure 2,5 Gb/s 
 HS-SGMII
  28. 28. • Standard Object APIs to leverage natively
 the platform: OpenIO REST/HTTP, Amazon S3 and OpenStack Swift • Industry File-Sharing Protocols: 
 NFS, SMB, AFP and FTP • Several data protection schemes and cluster topologies • Ease of Use. GUI, APIs, CLI • Lightweight backend design Same software, same capabilities SDS
  29. 29. The Object Storage Appliance 
 for all kinds of organizations 3.2.1. Minimum configuration starts at 12 HDDs, up to 96 in a single chassis for a total of 1152TB. Multiple chassis supported in a single cluster. EfficientEasy to use 4. All the features available with SDS. Scale-out cluster in-a-box. Easy to deploy, manage and use. Low power and datacenter footprint but with high throughput. Expandable by one disk at a time and No SPOF. Scalable Feature rich
  30. 30. ServerLess Storage

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