CLOUD: CERNBOX SAMBA
- Elvin Alin Sindrilaru (CERN)
CLOUD: CERNBOX REVA OCIS
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Cloud Service related topics like CERNBox ...
EOS provides the backend to CERNBox, the cloud sync and share service implementation used at CERN. EOS for CERNBox is storing 12PB of user and project space data across 9 different instances running in multi-fst configuration. This presentation will give an overview of 2020 challenges, how we tried to address them and talk about the roadmap for the service for 2021.
CERNBox is a sync and share collaborative cloud storage solution built at CERN on top of EOS. The service is used by more than 37K users and stores over 12PB of data. CERNBox has responded to the high demand in our diverse community to an easily and accessible cloud storage solution that provides integrations with other CERN services for big science: visualisation tools, interactive data...
Last year it was already presented the architecture of the SAMBA service within CERNBox, this year the topic will be the journey to improve the service, problems faced and the lessons learned for the future.
CERNBox is the cloud sync and share service implementation at CERN which is used by physicists and collaborators across the globe. Data stored in CERNBox is becoming more and more critical and having a backup system is crucial for its preservation.
Two years ago we started a prototype of a backup orchestrator based on the open source tool restic. In 2020 the project reached its maturity...
This short contribution will describe the offer of Office online and offline applications for our CERNBox users, and how we support their interplay to facilitate users' collaboration.
The Reva component, at the heart of the CERNBox project at CERN
will soon get new plugins that build on the experience
accumulated with the current production deployment,
where its data is stored centrally in EOS at CERN.
Making Reva natively interfaced to EOS through high performance gRPC
and standard HTTPS interfaces will open a new scenario in terms
of scalability and manageability...
This contribution reports on the recent development of Helm charts for the deployment of EOS in kubernetes-orchestrated clusters. An excursus on the state of the art will lead to the underlying motivations and the description of several use cases where a container-based deployment of EOS comes in handy, from disposable clusters for internal testing to installations in commercial clouds for HEP...