At Google, we have built several large-scale storage systems on top
of commodity machines and networking. This talk will briefly
describe our storage infrastructure, highlight some of
the approaches we use to achieve reliability and availability,
and discuss future challenges.
Sean Quinlan is a principal engineer at Google, where he has worked
on a number of large-scale systems infrastructure projects, including
the Sawmill logs system and the Google Files System (GFS). Prior to Google,
Sean was a member of technical staff at Bell Labs.
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