Past Event

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The Society of HPC Professionals past event

Lunch & Learn – February 2020
Preparing for Exascale Storage….Is Your Underlying Filesystem Ready?

27 February 2020

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Abstract:

Morris will discuss the challenges of how to meet the complex and expanding datasets and information readiness needed to be architected for today’s and tomorrow’s at scale underlying parallel file systems. HPC users must face current limitations in scaling to meet Exascale realities quickly approaching our computing infrastructure needs. This talk will summarize how to identify and properly plan for limitations of today’s architectures and suggest solutions considerations for the future.

 

Speaker Bio:

Morris Skupinsky, Senior Architect, DDN Systems Engineering Team

Morris Skupinsky is a veteran storage solutions architect with over a decade of successfully consulting, designing and implementing at scale high performance data intensive workloads for industries as diverse as Energy, Financial Services, National Labs, Research Healthcare and more.

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LUNCH WILL BE SERVED

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LOCATION:
The University of Houston Main campus
PGH Building
2nd floor, room 216
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Parking: ‘Welcome Center Parking Garage’, visitors section
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LUNCH WILL BE SERVED
Will also be available via live stream for members