After spending a lovely six straight weeks at home, I find myself marveling at how many conferences are in the queue this Fall leading up to SC15 in Austin. Starting this week at the HPC User Forum, insideHPC will be on the road, bringing you the very latest in high performance computing.
In this video from LUG 2015, Charlie Carroll from Cray presents an OpenSFS update. “An important new trend is Lustre file system usage in the enterprise environment. Through community input and new or existing working groups, OpenSFS is moving to support this trend as required by the community.”
In this video from LUG 2015, Hugo Falter presents an EOFS Update. “The EOFS (European Open File System) was founded in 2010 too promote the establishment and adoption of open source parallel file systems, sustain and enhance its quality, capabilities and functionality and ensure that specific requirements of European organizations, institutions and companies are upheld.”
Today OpenSFS announced the release of Lustre 2.7, the latest version of the popular open source parallel file system. With continuing development funded by OpenSFS, Lustre 2.7 is now available for download with new features including consistency verification and real-time network configuration.
The LUG 2015 Lustre User Group conference has issued it’s Call for Presentations. As the primary event for technical presentations and discussions on the Lustre parallel file system, LUG 2015 takes place April 13-15 in Denver.
Today OpenSFS announced the agenda for the LUG 2014 conference, which will take place April 8-10 in Miami.
LUG 2014 will bring together industry leaders, end-users, developers, and vendors to talk Lustre, contribute to the community, and move the technology forward.