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Webinar: Top 4 Requirements of a Docker Storage Architecture

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Like virtualization before it, container technology will evolve from a DevOps initiative to an enterprise requirement. Docker is leading that evolution as it promises to bring greater efficiency to the data center than we ever thought possible with the virtual machine construct. However, companies implementing Docker in production will realize that persistent data storage is not easy. As a result, the development of Docker to an enterprise class solution drives new requirements on the storage infrastructure:

1. Hyper-Scalability
2. Advanced but Flexible Data Services
3. Multiple Access Methods
4. A Software Foundation

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Webinar: Top 4 Requirements of a Docker Storage Architecture

  1. 1. The Top 4 Requirements of a Docker Storage Architecture Watch to Learn: 1. What are Docker Containers and Microservices? 2. Why Does Docker Require a New Storage Paradigm? 3. What are the Requirements of a Docker Storage Infrastructure? On Demand Webinar For audio playback and Q&A go to:
  2. 2. Our Speakers George Crump is the founder of Storage Switzerland, the leading storage analyst focused on the subjects of big data, solid state storage, virtualization, cloud computing and data protection. He is widely recognized for his articles, white papers, and videos on such current approaches as all-flash arrays, deduplication, SSDs, software-defined storage, backup appliances, and storage networking. He has 25 years of experience designing storage solutions for data centers across the US. Rob Whiteley is the VP of Marketing at Hedvig. He joins Hedvig from Riverbed and Forrester Research where he held a series of marketing and product leadership roles. Rob graduated from Tufts University with a BS in Computer Engineering.
  3. 3. ● Analyst firm focused on storage, cloud and virtualization ● Knowledge of these markets is gained through product testing and interaction with end users and suppliers ● The results of this research can be found in the articles, videos, webinars, product analysis and case studies on our web site: Who Is Storage Switzerland?
  4. 4. Copyright 2015 Hedvig Inc.3 Introducing Hedvig 2004-2007 2007-2011 2012-present Founder Avinash Lakshman brings over 10 years of experience in designing and operating the world’s largest, most successful distributed systems. A distributed systems approach to storage
  5. 5. Polling Question Is your organization currently using containers in production? A) Yes, in Test/Dev B) Yes, in Test/Dev and production C) No, but plan to in next 12 months D) No, but plan to in next 24 months E) Currently researching
  6. 6. Polling Question Is your organization currently using containers in production? A) Yes, in Test/Dev B) Yes, in Test/Dev and production C) No, but plan to in next 12 months D) No, but plan to in next 24 months E) Currently researching
  7. 7. What Are Containers? ● An abstraction similar to a virtual machine but more granular ● Virtual machines abstract the entire device ● Containers abstract the operating system kernel ● All containers must run the same operating system
  8. 8. What Is Docker? ● Container Technology Based on LXC (Linux Containers) ● Docker is easier and safer to deploy than other technologies ● Standardization through Partnership with Canonical, Google, Red Hat, Parallels
  9. 9. Why is Docker so Popular with Developers? ● Developers can use containers to pack, ship and run any application, anywhere ● Docker containers are easy to deploy in the cloud ● Easy to incorporate into DevOps applications like Puppet, Chef, Vagrant and Ansible ● Docker makes it possible to set up local development environments that are exactly like a live server
  10. 10. Why is Docker Marching into the Data Center? ● Docker enables more applications on the same hardware ● Docker makes deployment and migration of application updated easier ● Docker makes operating system upgrades and application updates easier ● But we need stateful, shared access to data
  11. 11. The State of Docker Storage ● In Docker 1.0 o Storage was stateless. When a container was removed so was its data o There was a limited ability to have multiple containers access the same storage ● In Docker 2.0 o Introduced the concept of volumes - Multiple containers could access the same volume o ClusterHQ delivers Flocker API - Container Data Management for Dockerized application o Shared, Interactive Containers are a reality but is the storage infrastructure ready?
  12. 12. The Uniqueness of Docker I/O ● All writes are dynamic ● Any modification that a container deviates from the master has to be tracked, separately in real-time ● High Level of Read I/O since sub- containers require code from the master ● Highly variable I/O peaks as hundreds of containers are created or decommissioned
  13. 13. The Top 4 Requirements for Docker Storage ● Hyper-scale Storage o Scale performance and capacity o Highly parallel environment o Turnkey ● Robust Data Services ● Multiple Protocols (REST, RPC, NFS, CIFS, Block) ● A Software Foundation – Flexibility to adapt to a rapidly evolving environment o Rapid adoption of Flocker for example
  14. 14. 13 Copyright 2015 Hedvig Inc. Hedvig is software-defined storage Commodity Servers Software Hedvig Distributed Storage Platform + = Elastic: Scale to petabytes of data Simple: Provide block, file, and object storage Flexible: Connect to any compute, or cloud
  15. 15. 14 Copyright 2015 Hedvig Inc. How Hedvig is Different Data Management Service Provides self-healing, clustering, and advanced storage capabilities Data Persistence Service Maintains state and tracks health of cluster nodes Patented distributed systems engine
  16. 16. 15 Copyright 2015 Hedvig Inc. Hedvig incorporates 7 unique capabilities Scale-out seamlessly with x86 or ARM Consolidate all protocols in one platform Support hyperconverged and hyperscale Run agnostic to any hypervisor, container, or OS Provide hybrid-aware DR, across any public cloud Provision with unprecedented flexibility and speed Apply advanced data services on per-container granularity
  17. 17. Thank you! Storage Switzerland StorageSwiss on Twitter: StorageSwiss on YouTube: Hedvig Inc Hedvig on Twitter: Hedvig on Facebook:
  18. 18. The Top 4 Requirements of a Docker Storage Architecture For Complete Audio and Q&A please register for the On-Demand Version at