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Monday, September 21 • 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Storage Solutions for Tomorrow's Physics Projects

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The unique challenges in the field of nuclear high energy physics are already pushing the limits of storage solutions today, however, the projects planned for the next ten years call for storage capacities, performance and access patterns that exceed the limits of many of today's solutions.

This talk will present the limitations in network and storage and suggest possible architectures for tomorrow's storage implementations in this field and show results of first performance tests done on various solutions (Lustre, NFS, Block Object storage, GPFS ..) for typical application access patterns.

Learning Objectives

Shared file system and storage performance requirements in science workloads
Setup and results of performance measurements of different file systems: the LUSTRE FS, NFS, BOS, GPFS
Technology differences between several file systems and storage solutions

Speakers
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Ulrich Fuchs

Manager, CERN
Ulrich Fuchs studied physics and informatics at the university of Munich, moving to CERN in 1998 for his thesis. After building the data acquisition for one big CERN experiment he joined the CERN computing department for two years as responsible for the batch computing cluster and data recording. After three years he joined the ALICE experiment at CERN in 2003 as responsible for the then-to-be-built data acquisition installation for this... Read More →


Monday September 21, 2015 1:30pm - 2:20pm
Cypress Room

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