Storage Replication in High-Performance High-Availability Environments

Posted on Mon 19 March 2012 in presentations • 1 min read

At 2012, Florian I this presentation on the integration of DRBD, Flashcache and Pacemaker in the High Availability and Distributed Storage miniconf.

In this 30-minute presentation, I explore the benefits of Flashcache for replicated storage. Flashcache, originally developed at Facebook, is a general purpose, block level cache device implemented in the Linux device-mapper framework. You can use flashcache in two distinct ways in Pacemaker high-availability clusters, which I both explain in his talk.

This article originally appeared on the website (now defunct).