The UC Berkeley ISTORE Project: bringing availability, maintainability, and evolutionary growth to storage-based clusters

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The UC Berkeley ISTORE Project: bringing availability, maintainability, and evolutionary growth to storage-based clusters

Outline

The problem space: big data

One approach: traditional NAS

The real scalability problems: AME

The ISTORE project vision

Outline

Principles for achieving AME (1)

Principles for achieving AME (2)

Outline

Hardware techniques

Hardware techniques (2)

Hardware techniques (3)

ISTORE-1 hardware platform

A glimpse into the future?

Software techniques

Software techniques (2)

Software techniques (3)

Software techniques (4)

Applications

Outline

Availability benchmarks

Availability benchmark methodology

Methodology: reporting results

Example results: software RAID-5

Example results: multiple-faults

Benchmark conclusions

ISTORE conclusions

Future work

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Backup Slides

Case study

Benchmark environment: metrics

Benchmark environment: faults

Disk fault injection technique

System configuration

Results: single-fault experiments

System behavior: single-fault

System behavior: single-fault (2)

Interpretation: single-fault expíts

Results: multiple-fault experiments

Interpretation: multi-fault expíts

Maintainability Observations

Maintainability Observations (2)

Author: Aaron Brown

Home Page: http://istore.cs.berkeley.edu

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