Agenda Posted for Mass Storage Conference in Santa Clara

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The 34th International Conference on Massive Storage Systems and Technologies (MSST 2018) has posted their Speaker Agenda. The event takes place May 14-16 in Santa Clara, California.

The conference invites you to share your research, ideas and solutions, as we continue to face challenges in the rapidly expanding need for massive, distributed storage solutions. Join us and learn about disruptive storage technologies and the challenges facing data centers, as the demand for massive amounts of data continues to increase. Join the discussion on webscale IT, and the demand on storage systems from IoT, healthcare, scientific research, and the continuing stream of smart applications (apps) for mobile devices.

Topics include:

  • Persistent Memory, NVM Programming Model and NVDIMMS, Thomas Coughlin
  • Extreme-scale Block: How to make scalable block protocol systems
    Josh Goldenhar, VP, Excelero
  • Extreme-scale File: How to massively scale cloud file name spaces
    David Payne, VP, Elastifile
  • Extreme-scale Backup
    Gleb Budman, CEO, BackBlaze
    Non-Volatile Memory API
  • Incorporating NVM into data-intensive scientific computing
    Dr. Philip Carns, Argonne National Laboratory
  • APIs for Persistent Memory Programming
    Andy Rudoff, Intel
  • Programming with persistent fabric-attached memory
    Dr. Kimberly Keeton, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • Programming Models for Accessing NVM over RDMA
    Megan Grodowitz, Arm
  • Modernizing xroot protocol
    Dr. Michal Kamil Simon, CERN
  • Scale challenges of the MeerKAT Radio Telescope
    Dr. Simon Ratcliffe, Square Kilometre Array
  • Building Extreme-Scale File Name Spaces in the Oracle Public Cloud
    Ed Beauvais, Oracle
  • HPC Storage, Machine Learning and Adaptation with Respect to Job Scheduling
    Alan Poston, Hewlett Packard Enterprise
  • The Medium-Term Prospects For Long-Term Storage
    David Rosenthal
  • Panel: Metadata Management at Scale
    Chair: Wendy Poole
  • BLOCKCHAIN-based Storage
    David Rosenthal
  • File Transfer Service at Exabyte scale
    Dr. Michal Kamil Simon, CERN

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