In this video from the LAD’13 Lustre Developer Conference, Aurélien Degrémont, CEA from CEA presents: Lustre/HSM Binding is There! HSM client support is an important milestone for Lustre-HSM projectm which has been going on for while. Lustre-HSM enables Lustre to be readily used for tiered storage. Using a cloud storage as the second tier with […]
With the release of Lustre 2.4 support for ZFS Lustre servers has arrived. Historically, Lustre has only supported ext4/ldiskfs servers and while those servers have performed well they do suffer from a number of well known limitations. Extending Lustre to use a next generation filesystem like ZFS allows it to achieve greater levels of scalability and introduces new functionality.
Intel has added Lustre file system support to its new Hadoop 2.5 distribution.
Today OpenSFS announced the general availability of Lustre 2.4 file system, a feature release that extends the capabilities of Lustre significantly. To learn more, I caught up with Galen Shipman, Chairman of OpenSFS. insideHPC: How does this move Lustre closer to Big Data? Galen Shipman: Big Data, or data intensive workloads increasingly require a file […]
In this video from ISC’13, Brent Gorda from the Intel High Performance Data Division describes the growth of the Lustre Community as well as the company’s recent launch of the Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre. Enterprise users are looking for cost-effective and scalable tools to efficiently manage and quickly access large volumes of data to […]
In this video from ISC’13, Torben Kling-Petersen describes how Xyratex and Cray were able to deliver 1.1 Terabyte/sec on the world’s fastest and most efficient file system for the Blue Waters supercomputer at NCSA. Check out more from from the show at our ISC’13 Video Gallery.