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James Nunez is a member of the Quality Engineering and Test Team in the High Performance Data Division at Intel Corporation. His primary concern is the coverage, correctness and efficiency of the Lustre test suites and testing of new Lustre features. Previously, James supported Lustre users with bug fixes, patch management, and supported large sites including Oak Ridge National Lab and Los Alamos National Lab. Prior to joining Intel Corporation, James was a scientist at Los Alamos National Lab where he explored I/O, file systems and storage for exascale systems, involved with the ASC File System Path Forward effort to create a high scalable global parallel file system based on secure object storage technology, organized the High End Computing File Systems and I/O (HECFSIO) Workshop for several years, and concerned with evaluating and benchmarking HPC file systems, I/O middleware solutions, and understanding the I/O interface and application of new storage innovations to material science applications.
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James Nunez is a member of the Quality Engineering and Test Team at Whamcloud. His primary concern is the coverage, correctness and efficiency of the Lustre test suites and testing of new Lustre features. Previously, James supported Lustre users with bug fixes, patch management, and supported large sites including Oak Ridge National Lab and Los Alamos National Lab. Prior to joining Whamcloud, James was a Quality Engineer with the High Performance Data Division at Intel Corporation, a scientist at Los Alamos National Lab where he explored I/O, file systems and storage for exascale systems, involved with the ASC File System Path Forward effort to create a high scalable global parallel file system based on secure object storage technology, organized the High End Computing File Systems and I/O (HECFSIO) Workshop for several years, and concerned with evaluating and benchmarking HPC file systems, I/O middleware solutions, and understanding the I/O interface and application of new storage innovations to material science applications.

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James Nunez is a member of the Quality Engineering and Test Team at Whamcloud. His primary concern is the coverage, correctness and efficiency of the Lustre test suites and testing of new Lustre features. Previously, James supported Lustre users with bug fixes, patch management, and supported large sites including Oak Ridge National Lab and Los Alamos National Lab. Prior to joining Whamcloud, James was a Quality Engineer with the High Performance Data Division at Intel Corporation, a scientist at Los Alamos National Lab where he explored I/O, file systems and storage for exascale systems, involved with the ASC File System Path Forward effort to create a high scalable global parallel file system based on secure object storage technology, organized the High End Computing File Systems and I/O (HECFSIO) Workshop for several years, and concerned with evaluating and benchmarking HPC file systems, I/O middleware solutions, and understanding the I/O interface and application of new storage innovations to material science applications.