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-| Date | 5:15pm-7pm, November ​15th2017 +| Date | Tuesday, 12:15pm-1:15pm, November ​13th2018 
-| Venue | room 405-406-407Denver, USA | +| Venue | room C140/142Texas, USA | 
  
-[[http://sc17.supercomputing.org/?​post_type=page&​p=5407&​id=bof111&sess=sess323|Link to the official SC announcement]].+[[https://sc18.supercomputing.org/​presentation/?id=bof176&sess=sess431|Link to the official SC announcement]].
  
-===== Lustre Community BOFLustre deployments for next 5 years =====+===== LUSTRE® in HPC and Emerging Data MarketsRoadmap, Features and Challenges ​=====
  
 **Chairs** ​ **Chairs** ​
-  * Frank BaetkeEOFS/Hewlett Packard Enterprise ​ +  * Sarp OralOpenSFS/ORNL 
-  * Sarp OralOpenSFS/Indiana University+  * Frank BaetkeEOFS/representing HPE 
  
 **Abstract** **Abstract**
  
-Lustre is the leading open source file system for HPC and is widely used and in more mission-critical installations. Lustre currently supports many HPC infrastructures beyond ​its traditional stronghold of scientific research ​including ​financial services, oil and gasadvanced manufacturing,​ and visual effects. At this year’s Community BoFthe worldwide community of developers, administrators,​ and solution providers will gather to discuss the current status of the Lustre community, OpenSFS and EOFS organizations,​ and also discuss recent ​feature ​developments, ​new challenges and corresponding opportunities for the next 5 years of Lustre. Summaries ​of LUG2017 and LAD 2017 will be presented.+Lustre is the leading open source file system for HPC. Over 70% of the top 100 supercomputers use Lustre. It is a community developed technology with contributors from around the world. Lustre currently supports many HPC infrastructures beyond scientific research, sch as financial services, oil and gas and advanced manufacturing. Lustre clients are available for variety of technologies,​ such as x86, POWER, and ARM. At this BOFLustre ​developers, administrators,​ and solution providers will gather to discuss recent ​Lustre ​developments,​ challengesand corresponding opportunities for the next 5 years of Lustre, including the role of Lustre in future exascale environments.
  
 ==== Agenda ==== ==== Agenda ====
-  * 5:15 **Welcome and Agenda** ​ -- //Frank Baekte, ​Sarp Oral// +  * 12:15 **Welcome and Agenda** ​ -- //Sarp Oral, Frank Baekte// 
-  * 5:20 **Who belongs to the LUSTRE ​community - a short assessment** -- //Frank Baekte, Sarp Oral// +  * 12:20 **The Future of LUSTRE ​@ DDN/​Whamcloud**  -- //Robert Triendl (DDN)// 
-    * Users / Sites using LUSTRE +  * 12:30 **LUSTRE® Roadmap Update**  -- //Peter Jones (OpenSFS/​LWG – Whamcloud/​DDN) ​// 
-    * Contributors / Developers +  * 12:40 **Technical Discussion**  -- //Peter Jones et al.// 
-    * Vendors and VARs +  * 1:10 **Upcoming LUSTRE® Community Events**  -- //Sarp Oral, Frank Baetke// 
-    * Organizations promoting LUSTRE (EOFS and OpenSFS) +  * 1:15 Adjourn
-    * Prospects (Potential Users and others who are interested to participate) +
-  * 5:30 **Upcoming Lustre Community Events** +
-     * LUG 2018, Lustre BoF @ ISC'​18,​ LAD'​18 +
-     * Lustre Ecosystems 2018 +
-  * 5:35 **Legal Aspects of LUSTRE** ​-- //Hugo Falter// +
-  * 5:40 **The LUSTRE Roadmap - Release Dates and Features** -- //Peter Jones// +
-  * 5:45 **Directed General Discussion** -- //Presenter: Andreas Dilger. Moderators: Frank Baekte, ​Sarp Oral// +
-     * Data on MDT +
-     * File Level Redundancy +
-     * Client side compression +
-     * Tiered storage with Composite Layouts +
-  * 7:00 Adjourn+
  
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