LUG 2015 Presentations

Presentations from LUG April 13-15 2015.
(Videos provided by Rich Bruckner at InsideHPC.  THANKS!)

Day 1 – Monday, April 13
Special Feature LUG 2015 Slide Show
Welcome Remarks and Lustre 101 Stephen Simms, LUG Program Chair
OpenSFS Update Charlie Carroll, Cray, Video
EOFS Update Hugo Falter, EOFS  Video
Demo: Installing Lustre 2.7 via RPM Brian Andrus from the ITACS/Research Computing Naval Postgraduate School   Video
Lustre Development Update Christoper Morrone, OpenSFS/LLNL    Video
Lustre + Linux – Putting the House in Order James Simmons,ORNL  Video
Cray’s Storage History and Outlook – Lustre+ Jason Goodman, Cray    Video
From Lab to Enterprise – Growing the Lustre Ecosystem Malcolm Cowe, Intel    Video
SDSC’s Data Oasis Gen II: ZFS, 40GbE, and Replication Rick Wagner, San Diego Supercomputer Center   Video
There and Back Again – The Battle of Lustre at LANL Kyle Lamb, Michael Masson, and Susan CoulterLANL
Seagate Lustre Update Peter Bojanic,Seagate Technology
Lustre & Kerberos: In Theory and In Practice Sebastien Buisson, Bull Video
GSS Shared Key Update and Using UID Mapping in Lustre 2.7 Steve Simms, Indiana University
ZFS as Backend File System for Lustre:  Current Status, How to Optimize, Where to Improve Gabriele Paciucci Intel   Video
Per User Lustre File Systems Leveraging ZFS Pools Marc Stearman, LLNL   Video
Day 2 – Tuesday, April 14
Lustre 2.8 and Beyond Andreas Dilger, Intel   Video
Progressive File Layouts John Hammond, Intel; Jason Hill, ORNL
Intelligent Cache Hinting in Lustre Micah Bhakti, Intel
Intel and Lustre: ­ Growth of Lustre Adoption and Intel’s Continued Commitment Brent Gorda, Intel
Lustre HSM in the cloud Robert Read, Intel
Application-optimized Lustre Solutions for Big-Data Workflows Robert Triendl, DDN
Metadata Access Reduction and Analysis and Elimination of Client Evictions on a Large Scale Lustre Based File System Keiji Yamamoto, RIKEN AICS; Shinji Sumimoto, Fujitsu
Lustre Network (LNET) Router Configuration and Tuning John Fragalla, Seagate Technology
Towards continuous 24x7x365 production operation on a router-less 20 petabyte, 11,200 node cluster-or-Defending the Planet with Lustre: Your life could depend on it! Bob Ciotti, NASA
Lustre Metrics: NewTechniques for Monitoring Lustre Scott Nolin, Andrew Wagner, UW Space Science and Engineering Center  Video
New and Improved Lustre Performance Monitoring Tool Torben Kling Petersen, Seagate Technology
Correlating Multiple TB of I/O Performance Data to User Jobs Michael Kluge, ZIH
Monitoring a Heterogeneous Lustre environment Frédérick Lefebvre, Calcul Quebec Universite Laval
Day 3 – Wednesday, April 15
Reliability of NVM devices for I/O acceleration on supercomputing systems Hitoshi Sato, Tokyo Institute of Technology
Scalability Testing of DNE2 in Lustre 2.7 Stephen Simms, Indiana University
Shared File Performance in Lustre: Challenges and Solutions Patrick Farrell, Cray
OSD-Btrfs, a Novel Lustre OSD based on Btrfs Shuichi Ihara, Li Xi, DDN    Video
Deploying Hadoop on Lustre Storage: Lessons learned and best practices J.Mario Gallegos, Dell; Zhiqi Tao, Intel
Understanding Hadoop Performance on Lustre Stephen Skory, Seagate Technology    Video