September 16-17th, 2013 - France
Hotel Lutetia, Paris
EOFS and OpenSFS are organizing the third European Lustre Workshop, called Lustre Administrators and Developers Workshop. It will take place in Paris, at Hotel Lutetia during 2 days, 16th and 17th of September, 2013.
This will be a great opportunity for LustreTM worldwide administrators and developers to gather and exchange their experiences, developments, tools, good practices and more.
Check last year LAD to see content and events of 2012 session.
This will be a two days event, starting from Monday, September 16th, 2013 in the morning, to Tuesday, September 17th, 2013 in the afternoon.
- Presentations proposal deadline: July 27th, 2013
- End of early bird rate: August 10th, 2013
- End of registration: August 31st, 2013
- Workshop: September 16-17th, 2013
LAD'13 Program Committee: EOFS and OpenSFS
Monday, September 16th, 2013
9:00 : Registration and coffee
9:50 : Welcome, Aurelien Degremont, Chairman
10:00 : Lustre Releases, Peter Jones, Intel
10:30 : Lustre at the Australian National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Joseph Antony, NCI
11:00 : Analysis of filesystem and file fragmentation in Lustre, Ashley Pittman, DDN
11:30 : Lustre usage monitoring or "What the &#%@ are users doing with my filesystem?", Kilian Cavalotti, CEA
12:00 : Parameter Configuration Normalization, Nathan Rutman, Xyratex
12:30 : Lunch
14:00 : Lustre at GSI, Walter Schön, GSI
14:30 : --enable-gss: strong authentication in Lustre&friends, Daniel Kobras, Science+Computing
15:00 : A lightweight access control mechanism for Lustre in wide area domains, Thomas Stibor, GSI
15:30 : Developing UID Mapping and a Stand Alone Security Mechanism for Lustre: Challenges and Successes, Josh Walgenbach, Indiana University
15:45 : Lustre Shared-Key Authentication & Encryption, Andrew Korty, Indiana University
16:00 : Coffee Break
16:30 : Lustre/HSM is there!, Aurélien Degrémont, CEA
17:00 : Centralized Lustre monitoring on Bullx platforms, Florent Thery, Bull
17:30 : A Bowl full of Lustre Tools, Michael Kluge, TU-Dresden
18:00 : End of sessions
19:30 : Social Event: Dinner and boat tour
Tuesday, September 17th, 2013
9:00 : Coffee
9:30 : Lustre Features in Development, Oleg Drokin, Intel
10:00 : Lustre on ZFS at SSEC, Scott Nolin, University of Wisconsin
10:30 : Monitoring the Lustre to maintain optimal performance, Gabriele Paciucci, Intel
11:00 : Coffee break
11:30 : Lustre Metadata Performance Testing Best Practice, Cheng Shao, Xyratex
12:00 : Deploying a Lustre cluster for HPC Applications in the Cloud, Gabriele Paciucci, Intel
12:30 : Lunch
14:00 : New Quality of Service Policy for Lustre Based on the Lustre Network Request Scheduler (NRS), Suichi Ihara, DDN
14:30 : WNC: the Windows Native Client, Meghan McClelland, Xyratex
15:00 : Exporting Lustre with Ganesha, a NFS-server running in user-space, Philippe Deniel, CEA
15:30 : Coffee & Wrap up
Registration is now closed!
More than 100 persons attended LAD that year! Thanks to you!
Any questions? Contact us at lad(at)eofs.eu
On Monday evening, a social event will take place on yacht, near the venue. There will be a dinner and a boat tour on Seine river, aboard the Excellence Yacht. A limited number spouses can attend too. Availabilities for spouses are on a first-come, first-served basis. Register quickly!