Gary Grider from LANL to Keynote OpenFabrics Workshop

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Gary Grider, LANL

Gary Grider, LANL

Gary Grider from Los Alamos National Laboratory will keynote the 2016 OpenFabrics Workshop this year with a talk on HPC Storage and IO Trends and Workflows. The event takes place April 4-8, 2016 in Monterey, California.

Trends in computer memory/storage technology are in flux perhaps more so now than in the last two decades. Economic analysis of HPC storage hierarchies has led to new tiers of storage being added to the next fleet of supercomputers including Burst Buffers or In-System Solid State Storage and Campaign Storage. This talk will cover the background that brought us these new storage tiers and postulate what the economic crystal ball looks like for the coming decade. Further it will suggest methods of leveraging HPC workflow studies to inform the continued evolution of the HPC storage hierarchy.”

The week-long OpenFabrics Workshop is the premier event for collaboration between OpenFabrics Software (OFS) producers and those whose systems and applications depend on the technology. Every year, the workshop generates lively exchanges among Alliance members, developers and users who all share a vested interest in high performance networks.”

Speakers include:

  • DK Panda, Ohio State University
  • Paul H. Hargrove, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Kayla Seager, Intel
  • Jim Ryan, Intel
  • Howard Pritchard, LANS
  • Ken Raffenetti, Argonne National Laboratory
  • Yili Zheng, Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
  • Linden Mercer, NRL
  • Steve Poole, DOD
  • Susan Coulter, LANL
  • Amir Shehata, Intel
  • Tom Talpey, Microsoft
  • Phil Cayton, Intel
  • Dave Minturn, Intel
  • Paul Grun, Cray Inc.
  • Doug Voigt, HP Enterprise
  • Tej Parkash, IBM
  • Subhojit Roy, IBM
  • Rahul Fiske, IBM
  • Stephen Bates, Microsemi
  • Todd Rimmer, Intel
  • Ira Weiny, Intel
  • Jim Brandt, SNL
  • Ann Gentile, SNL
  • Evangelos Tasoulas, Simula Research Laboratory
  • Tor Skeie, Simula Research Laboratory
  • Adhiraj Joshi, Veritas Technologies
  • Knut Omang, Oracle
  • Tzahi Oved, Mellanox Technologies
  • Christoph Lameter, Gentwo
  • Sean Hefty, OpenFabrics Alliance
  • Markus Dreseler, Hasso Plattner Institute at the University of Potsdam
  • Christian Tinnefeld, SAP Labs
  • Christoph Lameter, Gentwo
  • Shelley Gong, VMWare

Register now for the OpenFabrics Workshop.

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