NCSA is deeply interested in the continuing development of Lustre. Membership in OpenSFS ensures direct representation for our Blue Waters science and engineering teams early in the decision-making process for Lustre improvements,” said William T. C. Kramer, project director of the Blue Waters project. “Lustre is a key technology for supercomputers today and tomorrow. By representing key areas of computational and data-focused science and engineering disciplines Blue Waters will work with OpenSFS to enable important ‘co-design’ opportunities between some of the world’s best science and engineering teams and the developers of the Lustre software. Blue Waters’ participation with OpenSFS will further enable improved interaction with middleware developers who provide tools between the applications and the file system.?
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