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Tuesday, July 12 • 2:55pm - 3:35pm
[Virtual] S3select: Computational Storage in S3 - Gal Salomon & Girjesh Rajoria, Red Hat

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S3 Select is an S3 operation (introduced by Amazon in 2018) that implements a pushdown paradigm that pulls out only the data you need from an object, which can dramatically improve the performance and reduce the cost of applications that need to access data in S3. The talk will introduce s3select operation and architecture. It will describe what the pushdown technique is, why and where it is beneficial for the user. It will cover s3select supported features and their integration with analytic applications. It will discuss the main differences between columnar and non-columnar formats (CSV vs Parquet). We’ll also discuss recent developments for ceph/s3select. The presentation will show how easy it is to use ceph/s3select.

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Girjesh Rajoria

Software Engineer, Red Hat
Girjesh Rajoria is a Software Engineer working at Red Hat. She holds a Master’s Degree in Computer Applications. She is a contributor to Ceph, RGW, NFS-Ganesha and glusterfs.
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Gal Salomon

Senior SW Engineer, Red Hat
gal salomon (gsalomon@redhat.com) is a senior SW engineer in Rados Gatway team. his main work is to introduce S3-select operation into CEPH, the s3-select operation is actually an SQL dialect and has a spec(maintained by AWS). so far, the great majority of the spec has been implemented... Read More →


Tuesday July 12, 2022 2:55pm - 3:35pm PDT
Regency Ballroom C