There is still time to register for the LAD’14 Lustre Administrators and Developers Workshop. The event takes place Sept 22-23, in Reims, France.
This will be a great opportunity for Lustre worldwide administrators and developers to gather and exchange their experiences, developments, tools, good practices and more.
- Lustre Releases, Peter Jones, Intel
- Transactional, Small File, and Metadata Performance and Scalablility in Lustre 2.5: A Comprehensive Survey, Shuichi Ihara, James Coomer, Robert Triendl, DataDirect Networks
- Lustre at DLS, Sysadmin Experience, Dave Bond, Diamond Light Source Ltd, UK
- NCI site update (Lustre-HSM projects), Daniel Rodwell, National Computational Infrastructure, Australia
- Challenges in making Lustre systems reliable, Roland Laifer, KIT, Germany
- Testing Lustre for robustness and scalability, Cory Spitz, Cray
- Testing Lustre with Xperior, Roman Grigoryev, Xyratex
- Analyzing and Predicting LBUG’s with a Hidden Markov Model, Thomas Stibor, GSI Helmholtz Centre for Heavy Ion Research, Germany
- Lustre & SELinux: in theory and in practice, Sébastien Buisson, Bull
- Fujitsu’s Lustre contributions, Kenichiro Sakai, Fujitsu Ltd.
- Lustre Features and Ongoing Development, Andreas Dilger, Intel
- Building a CIFS/NFS Gateway to Lustre, Chris Gouge, Xyratex
- Monitoring the whole thing! – integration monitoring sources from clusters, Lustre and fabric, Dr. Erich Focht, NEC HPC Europe, Stuttgart, Germany
- Scalable changelog distribution, Henri Doreau, CEA, France
- Experiments with IO Proxies over Lustre, Grégoire Pichon, Bull
- The current status of the adoption of ZFS as backend filesystem for Lustre: an early evaluation, Gabriele Paciucci, Andrew C Uselton and Zhiqi Tao, Intel
- ZFS improvements for HPC, Johann Lombardi, Intel
- From HSM to Lustre Data Management, Bret Weber, Ashley Pittman, Shuichi Ihara, Robert Triendl, DataDirect Networks
- Performance Comparison of Lustre and HDFS for MR Applications, Rekha Singhal, Gabriele Paciucci and Mukesh Gangadhar, Tata Consultancy Services
Hurry! Registration closes on Sept. 12.