We’re excited to participate in the OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022. The live event will take place June 7-9 in Berlin and will gather many influential IT decision-makers, infrastructure architects and open-source developers from around the world. StorPool Storage is sponsoring the event and the open-source community. We’ve prepared for you fantastic prizes, so don’t forget to meet us at our booth at the event and participate in our challenge!
About OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022
The OpenInfra Summit is a global event for open-source IT infrastructure professionals to collaborate on software development, share best practices about designing and running infrastructure in production, and make partnerships. This year the event will be live in Berlin and will gather more than 2000 IT specialists that can collaborate directly with the people building and running open-source infrastructure using OpenStack, Kubernetes and 30+ other technologies.
Meet StorPool Storage at OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022
Join us at our booth at OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022 and learn more about how we help companies build the perfect storage platform for their specific projects. Don’t miss Kaloyan Kotlarski’s talk, System administrator and Operations engineer at StorPool Storage: “Nova instance block device performance tuning using iothreads”.
Also, we’ve prepared a fantastic game for you – follow us on Twitter and find out how you can win one of 5 Amazon vouchers!
This challenge is exclusive to the OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022 and its attendees. To participate in the game you need to talk to our team on StorPool’s Booth at OpenInfra Summit Berlin 2022 and get the secret code. Five of all participants will win an Amazon voucher. The winners will be announced in this article on the 10th of June. We will contact the winners by email.
Nova instance block device performance tuning using iothreads
Block device IO performance can be substantially improved by employing libvirtd iothreards to handle tasks regarding IO operations. In this presentation, we’ll discuss the problem with poor IO performance we stumbled upon in an OpenStack deployment and how it could be resolved via a patch to Nova to make its instances use libvirtd iothreards to offload IO tasks and improve block IO performance.
About Kaloyan Kotlarski: Kaloyan Kotlarski is a system administrator in StorPools’ support team. He’s been in the company for two years. He’s responsible for helping clients integrate OpenStack deployments with StorPool.