Session: Storing your data in the cloud: doing it right
We all use cloud object storage extensively, like Amazon S3, Azure Blob Storage, Google Cloud Storage, and others. However, not many utilize its unique capabilities and advanced features, such as versioning, security, life cycle...
Throughout my work developing Ceph object storage and supporting large customers, I’ve seen a lot of incorrect and suboptimal usage. This session will briefly discuss object storage design, highlight valuable features and review practical dos and don’ts.
- What is Cloud Object Storage?
- When and how to use Cloud Object Storage?
- Cloud Object Storage special features
Orit is an experienced software engineer who is passionate about open source and infrastructure with extensive experience with distributed systems and storage.
She is OpenShift Container Storage Architect at Red Hat focusing on storage for Containers, hybrid cloud, multi cloud and edge.
She was a principal architect at Lightbits labs, a software-defined storage startup developing NVMe/TCP.
At Red Hat, she worked on Ceph object storage (Ceph Rados Gateway), a highly available distributed software-defined storage designed to scale and handle PetaBytes scale.
In her past role at Red Hat she Co-maintained and developed live migration for KVM/QEMU.
Previously at IBM Research Labs, she developed nested virtualization for KVM.