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Tuesday, October 14 • 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Present and Future File Serving with Samba - Michael Adam, SerNet GmbH

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Samba is the most important open source SMB file serving software, and arguably, one of the most important SMB implementations out there, being shipped with all major Linux distributions and part of many big and small storage appliances. A lot has happened in Samba's file server in the last couple of years, and this talk first describes file serving with Samba in the age of Samba 4: Samba 4.0 was released as the Active Directory server release, but it was also a very big file server relase with a lot of new changes and new features.

With the introduction of SMB version 3, Microsoft moves from pure workstation workload focus to server workloads, aiming to partly replace block storage. In particular Microsoft catches up with Samba/CTDB to offer all-active clustering. The second part of this talk describes current work in progress in this area and where the Samba file server is heading.

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Michael Adam

Red Hat
Michael is an architect and manager of the Red Hat Storage SMB team. He is a longtime Samba developer and one of the major contributors to the SMB server and CTDB compontents. Michael has a big interest in Open Source and contributes to a couple of other Open Source projects, like cwrap and tinyproxy. | | https://www.samba.org/~obnox/ | https://blog.obnox.de/


Tuesday October 14, 2014 4:30pm - 5:20pm
Room 01