Lustre User Group 2017

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LUG 2017 was held in Bloomington, Indiana from May 31st-June 2nd, 2017. Additionally, Lustre Developer Day 2017 was held on May 30th, 2017.

LUG 2017 Agenda

Wednesday, May 31

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am LUG17 Day 1 Opening remarks
Stephen Simms, Indiana University
9:10am Intel Lustre Update
Bryon Neitzel, Intel
9:30am Community release update
Peter Jones, Intel
10:00am Status of the Lustre upstream client
James Simmons, ORNL
10:30am Break
10:50am Scaling LDISKFS for the future. Again.
Artem Blagodarenko, Seagate; Alexey Lyashkov, Seagate
11:20am Roads to Zester
Kenrick Rawlings, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Shawn Slavin, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute
11:50am OST data migration using ZFS snapshots/send/receive
Tom Crowe, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute
12:20pm Lunch
1:20pm The effects of fragmentation and capacity on Lustre Filesystem performance
John Kaitschuck, Seagate CSSG
1:50pm Providing QoS-mechanisms for Lustre through centralized control applying the TBF-NRS
André Brinkmann, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; Jürgen Kaiser, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; Li Xi, DDN; Lingfang Zeng, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz; Qian Yingjin, DDN; Shuichi Ihara, DDN; Tim Süß, Johannes Gutenberg University Mainz
2:20pm Lustre Filesystem - Online patching
Andriy Skulysh, Seagate; Arshad Hussain, Seagate
2:50pm Client IO parallelization
Dmitry Eremin, Senior Software Engineer, Intel
3:20pm Break
3:40pm CSCS site update
Carmelo Ponti, CSCS; Matteo Chesi, CSCS; Stefano Gorini, CSCS
4:10pm Scaling parallel modeling of agroecosystems with Lustre
H.E. Cicada Dennis, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Robert Henschel, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Shawn Slavin, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Stephen Simms, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Tyler Balson, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Adam Ward, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute; Yuwei Li, Indiana University Pervasive Technology Institute
4:40pm Intel Enterprise Edition 3.0 for Lustre on Sonexion 3000
Ben Allen, Argonne National Laboratory; Gordon McPheeters, Argonne National Laboratory; Kevin Harms, Argonne National Laboratory; Mark Fahey, Argonne National Laboratory
5:10pm OpenStack Cinder drive for Lustre
Shuichi Ihara, DDN; Wang Shilong, DDN
6:00pm Dinner and a Movie - sponsored by Intel

Thursday, June 1

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am LUG17 Day 2 Opening remarks
Stephen Simms, Indiana University
9:10am Growing-up with Lustre
Robert Triendl, DDN
9:30am OpenSFS Board Elections
10:30am Break
10:50am LNet network health
Amir Shehata, Intel
11:20am How to use perf/tracepoint with Lustre
James Simmons, ORNL
11:50am Lustre 2.11 and beyond
Andreas Dilger, Principal Lustre Architect, Intel Corporation
12:20pm Lunch
1:30pm Lustre management with Ansible
Christopher Layton, Oak Ridge National Laboratory; Nathan Grodowitz, HPC Admin, Oak Ridge National Labs; Rick Mohr, Senior HPC System Administrator, National Institute for Computational Sciences
2:00pm Scalable high availability for Lustre with Pacemaker
Christopher Morrone, Computer Scientist, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
2:30pm Lustre integrated policy engine
Li Xi, DDN
3:00pm Break
3:20pm Take back control with Robinhood v3
Henri Doreau, CEA
3:50pm Improving overall Robinhood performance for use on large scale deployments
Colin Faber, Sr. Staff Engineer, Seagate
4:20pm An extensible and scalable Lustre HSM Agent and Data Movers
John Hammond, Software Engineer, Intel Corporation; Matt Rásó-Barnett, Cambridge University; Wojciech Turek, Cambridge University
4:50pm High speed distributed data mover for Lustre HSM
Bikrant Singh, Seagate Technology; Ujjwal Lanjewar, Architect, Seagate Technology
5:30pm Transportation to/from Conference Center (IMU)
7:45pm Transportation to/from Pub Crawl
8:00pm Pub Crawl - sponsored by HGST+WARP

Friday, June 2

7:30am Breakfast
9:00am LUG17 Day 3 Opening remarks
Stephen Simms, Indiana University
9:10am Managing self-encrypting HDDs with Lustre/ZFS
Josh Judd, WARP Mechanics
9:30am Profiling application IO patterns with Lustre
James Nunez, Intel Corporation; Gabriele Paciucci, Intel; Zhiqi Tao, Intel
10:00am Analyzing I/O performance on a NEXTGenIO class system
Christian Herold, TU Dresden; Holger Brunst, TU Dresden
10:30am Break
10:50am Unraveling "Burst Buffer" tiers: A survey of the various instantiations
John Bent, Seagate Government Solutions; Meghan McClelland, Seagate
11:20am Responsive storage
Rick Wagner, Globus; Ryan Chard, Argonne National Laboratory
11:50am LUG17 Closing Remarks
12:00pm Lunch