Lustre User Group 2014

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LUG 2014 was held in Miami, Florida, from April 8-10, 2014.

OpenSFS, in collaboration with EOFS, is proud to host the 12th annual Lustre User Group (LUG) conference. LUG continues to be the primary venue for discussion and seminars on the Lustre® parallel file system and other open source file system technologies. The event will include more than 50 sessions and panels, where attendees have the opportunity to:

· Hear from the world's leading developers, administrators, solution providers, and users of Lustre

· Be an active participant in industry dialogue on best practices and emerging technologies

· Explore upcoming developments of the Lustre file system

· Immerse in the strong Lustre community, working collaboratively to further the development of Lustre


As one of the many benefits of being a member of OpenSFS - the organization that drives HPC open source file system community efforts - OpenSFS is pleased to offer one complimentary pass to each current member entity of OpenSFS. Details are coming soon with the opening of the LUG 2014 registration site.

The venue for LUG 2014 is the Miami Marriott Biscayne Bay, located right on Biscayne Bay and just minutes from South Beach and other famous Miami attractions. Please visit the LUG 2013 web page to view the agenda and caliber of presentations of past LUG events. With the ongoing growth and outstanding progress of Lustre, the 2014 event promises to be exciting and informative.

LUG 2014 Agenda

April 8 - Day 1

Session 1 OpenSFS Community (Video)
Galen Shipman, OpenSFS
Session 2 EOFS Update (Video)
Hugo Falter, EOFS
Session 3 Lustre Releases (Video)
Christopher Morrone, OpenSFS
Session 4 Lustre Client Performance Comparison and Tuning (Video)
John Fragalla, Xyratex
Session 5 Moving Lustre Forward – What We’ve Learned and What’s Coming (Video)
Brent Gorda, Intel
Session 6 Lustre Client IO Performance Improvements (Video)
Andrew Usleton, Intel
Session 7 Xyratex Update (Lustre acquisition, futures, etc.) (Video)
Michael Connolly, Xyratex
Session 8 Lustre 2.5 Performance Evaluation: Performance Improvements with Large I/O Patches,
Metadata Improvements, and Metadata Scaling with DNE (Video)
Hitoshi Sato, TITECH and Shuichi Ihara, DDN
Session 9 Lustre Future Features (Video)
Andreas Dilger, Intel
Session 10.1 Lustre Data-on-MDT (DoM) and Small File I/O (Video)
Mike Pershin, Intel
Session 10.2 Lustre Layout Enhancement (Video)
John Hammond, Intel
Session 10.3 Lustre File Level Replication (Video)
Jinshan Xiong, Intel
Session 11 OpenSFS, Lustre, and HSM: an update from Cray (Video)
Cory Spitz and Jason Goodman, Cray
Session 12 Quotas for Projects: A Proposed New Feature (Video)
Shuichi Ihara, DDN
Session 13 Dynamic LNET Config (Video)
Amir Shehata, Intel
Session 14 LLNL – Production Plans and Best Practices (Video)
Marc Stearman, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

April 9 - Day 2

Session 15 The First Lustre Annual State of the Lustre Community (Video)
Meghan McClelland, OpenSFS
Session 16 PLFS and Lustre Performance Comparison (Video)
Brett Kettering, Los Alamos National Laboratory
Session 17 Running Native Lustre Client inside Xeon Phi (Video)
Dmitry Eremin and Zhiqi Tao, Intel
Session 18 Integrating Array Management into Lustre (Video)
Roger Ronald and Kevin Moran, System Fabric Works
Session 19 Metadata Benchmarks and MD Performance Metrics (Video)
Sorin Faibish, EMC
Session 20 Practical Applications of Lustre/ZFS Hybrid Systems (Video)
Josh Judd, Warp Mechanics
Session 21 Collective I/O for Exascale I/O Intensive Applications (Video)
Sai Narasimhamurthy, Xyratex
Session 22 SSD Provisioning for Exascale Storage Systems: When, Where and How much? (Video)
Devesh Tiwari, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session 23 Exascale Computing Vision
Eric Barton, Intel (Video)
Session 24 An efficient distributed burst buffer system for Lustre (Video)
Bradley Settlemyer, Oak Ridge National Laboratory
Session 25 Lustre for the Real World: Experiences with Lustre Beyond Standard HPC Applications (Video)
Robert Triendl, DDN
Session 26 Panel: 2020 HPC Platform Architectures and their Impact on Storage (Video)
Panelists: Al Geist, Oak Ridge National Laboratory, Rob Ross, MCS, ANL,
Lee Ward, Sandia National Laboratory, Terri Quinn, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
Moderator: Steve Simms, Indiana University
Session 27 Lustre File System Acceleration Using Server or Storage-Side Caching (Video)
James Coomer, DDN

April 10 - Day 3

Session 28 Run Hadoop Map Reduce Jobs on Lustre (Video)
Zhiqi Tao, Intel
Session 29 Progress Report on Efficient Integration of Lustre and Hadoop/YARN (Video)
Weikuan Yu, Auburn University and Omkar Kulkarni, Intel
Session 30 OpenSFS Benchmarking Working Group Filesystem Monitoring Task Effort (Video)
Andrew Uselton, Intel
Session 31 Fine-grained File System Monitoring with Lustre Jobstat (Video)
Patrick Fitzhenry, DDN and Daniel Rodwell, Australian National University
Session 32 Lustre Log Analyzer: A Community-centric Effort to Improve Lustre Log Analysis (Video)
Kalpak Shah, DDN