Oracle OpenWorld Session - Case Study: High-Performance Cloud Datastore Using Oracle Solaris 11 and Oracle Solaris ZFS
By scottdickson on Nov 05, 2011
How's that for a long title?
Just a note that the slides are now available from our ZFS in the cloud session at OpenWorld. Tom Shafron, CEO of Viewbiquity, and I presented on the new features in ZFS and how Viewbiquity is using them to provide a cloud-based data storage system.
From our abstract: Oracle Solaris ZFS, a key feature of Oracle Solaris, integrates the concepts of a file system and volume management capabilities to deliver simple, fast data management. This session provides a case study of Viewbiquity, a provider of market-leading, innovative M2M platforms. Its cloud-based platform integrates command and control, video, VoIP, data logging and management, asset tracking, automated responses, and advanced process automation. Viewbiquity relies on Oracle Solaris ZFS and Oracle Solaris for fast write with integrated hybrid traditional and solid-state storage capabilities, snapshots for backups, built-in deduplication, and compression for data storage efficiency. Learn what Oracle Solaris ZFS is and how you can deploy it in high-performance, high-availability environments.
Viewbiquity is doing some cool stuff with ZFS, so take a look at the slides (found here) to see how you, too, can use ZFS in some really cool ways.