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    New Webcast: Block Storage in the Open Source Cloud called OpenStack

    Posted by AlexMcDonald

    On June 3rd at 10:00 a.m. SNIA-ESF will present its next live Webcast “Block Storage in the Open Source Cloud called OpenStack.” Storage is a major component of any cloud computing platform. OpenStack is one of largest and most widely supported Open Source cloud computing platforms that exist in the market today. The OpenStack block storage service (Cinder) provides persistent block storage resources that OpenStack Nova compute instances can consume.

    I will be moderating this Webcast, presented by a core member of the OpenStack Cinder team, Walt Boring. Join us, as we’ll dive into:

    • Relevant components of OpenStack Cinder
    • How block storage is managed by OpenStack
    • What storage protocols are currently supported
    • How it all works together with compute instances

    I encourage you to register now to block your calendar. This will be a live and interactive Webcast, please bring your questions. I look forward to “seeing” you on June 3rd

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