Although we have not discussed this in any of the courses, we have an excellent use case of ceph integration with openstack. Studying the courses such as ceph-123, CL110 and CL210 may be helpful to accomplish this goal. I suggest you to take a look at the course contents of above courses and decide accordingly.
Connect in what way? Ceph can provide object storage (like Amazon S3 or OpenStack Swift, through its API gateway), block storage (possibly using native Ceph RBD or its iSCSI gateway), and file storage (using CephFS).
A landing page for basic product information is available at https://access.redhat.com/products/red-hat-ceph-storage.
I'm not really sure what you want to achieve but if what you want is hosting a static website in ceph, like you can do in AWS S3 (Bucket Website) this is a good starting point
There is support for it coming, without needing a Load Balancer in front, but I could not find a website explaining it in detail.
So I would say it's doable like in the first link with something like HAProxy, or varnish in the third link. And also I would say that if it's not still supported straight away with ceph, it will soon. But I couldn't find the proper documentation. Maybe you are luckier ¡