As far as I know, the newest version of Ceph drop RDMA support, while in older version RDMA support is not in stable release, you will have to build the binary from source. I would say if you need low latency is your priority, Ceph isn't your first choice.
Still, if you want to use Ceph, I...
From your description it seems like OpenStack is the closest one that fit to your need.
If you don't need to spin up multiple Kubernetes cluster you can take a look at harverster (GitHub - rancher/harvester: Open source hyperconverged infrastructure (HCI) software)
Although it by default uses...
I will say if you currently have no issue with the current setup, the new configuration is a bit overkill.
EYPC CPUs is OK, but I don't think you'll need a 7662, IMO a 7232P (8 core 16 thread )may be enough or you can go with a 7302P (16 core 32 thread). Single core performance has increased a...
After consulting with Edgecore people they said, for open source SONIC, only 5712, 6712 and 7712 can "possibly" work.
And he also told me:
DO NOT TRUST ANY EDGECORE DEVICE ON SONIC SUPPORTED LIST, MOST OF THEM IS NOT TESTED
They are also complaining about it internally.
If you checked the datasheet you can find out it's using a Cavium switching chip, so ofdpa will not work as it's for broadcom chips.
For SONiC, it's listed in the supported list but I didn't see anyone getting it work yet. There are some issues in SONiC repo about compiling it for Cavium chips...
My friend at Edgecore said it’s better not to buy Edgecore switches on ebay unless you are sure that there’s a working OS with them
For AS7312, you can probably make SONiC work on it as it’s using a tomahawk chip. However, it’s not tested and no one can guarantee it will work.