Mar 25 – 29, 2019
SDSC Auditorium
America/Los_Angeles timezone

OSiRIS: Open Storage Research Infrastructure

Mar 27, 2019, 9:25 AM
E-B 212 (SDSC Auditorium)

E-B 212

SDSC Auditorium

10100 Hopkins Drive La Jolla, CA 92093-0505
Storage & Filesystems Storage & Filesystems


Benjeman Jay Meekhof (University of Michigan (US))


OSiRIS is a pilot project funded by the NSF to evaluate a
software-defined storage infrastructure for our primary Michigan
research universities and beyond. In the HEP world OSiRIS is involved
with ATLAS as a provider of Event Service storage via the S3 protocol
as well as experimenting with dCache backend storage for AGLT2. We
are also in the very early stages of working with IceCube and the
nationwide Open Storage Network. Our talk will cover current status
on these projects and the latest details of how we use Ceph, HAproxy,
NFSv4, LDAP, COmanage, Puppet and other tools to provision, manage,
and monitor storage services to federated users.

Primary author

Benjeman Jay Meekhof (University of Michigan (US))


Shawn Mc Kee (University of Michigan (US))

Presentation materials