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Mike Tutkowski

Mike Tutkowski

Mike Tutkowski is a Senior CloudStack Developer at SolidFire Inc. 


SolidFire delivers high-performance data storage systems for cloud infrastructure. Leveraging an all-flash scale-out storage architecture with patented volume-level quality-of-service (QoS) controls, customers can now guarantee storage performance to thousands of applications within shared infrastructures. By using real-time data reduction techniques and system-wide automation, SolidFire is fueling new block-storage services that are advancing the way the world uses the cloud.

Hi everyone!

I'm Mike Tutkowski. I work at an exciting data-storage company in Boulder, CO called SolidFire (http://solidfire.com).

The SolidFire storage area network (SAN) was designed from the ground up to support hard Quality of Service. On a volume-by-volume basis, administrators can decide on a minimum, maximum, and burst number of IOPS - eliminating the Noisy Neighbor effect and allowing Cloud Service Providers to confidently host all sorts of application workloads in their clouds that were previously unpractical.

I am a dedicated resource to the CloudStack project. I integrate advanced SolidFire features into CloudStack while also performing general-purpose CloudStack development activities.

We've received several inquiries from our customer base regarding how one goes about configuring storage in CloudStack. To help answer these questions, I've prepared a CloudStack Storage Configuration Guide and included it in this post.

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