RedHat comes to Washington DC to brief the Beowulf Users Group
Posted by Mike Fitzmaurice (Thursday April 01 2004 @ 02:29PM EST) [ ]
Abstract: With the recent acquisition of Sistina Software and its cluster file system and volume management technologies, Red Hat is poised to further broaden and strengthen its Open Source Architecture (OSA) for clustering Lintel server and storage technologies. In this talk, we will describe the GFS and CLVM clustering technologies, how they fit intothe Red Hat OSA, and how they can solve large scale compute compute problems of interest to the BWBUG audience. GFS and CLVM will also be compared and contrasted to other interesting storage technologies including Lustre, PVFS, and Panassas.

Speaker: Matthew T. O'Keefe, Ph.D., Director of Storage Strategy, Red Hat

Beowulf Users Group Memebers, guests and non members are welcome. Please register in advance on our web site. Parking is free

http://www.bwbug.org

The event is free for members, guest and non members. However, please register in advance online at http://www.bwbug.org

Date(s): 04/13/04 Time: 2:45 pm - 5:00 pm Cost: The event is FREE and parking is FREE

Location: Northrop Grumman Information Technology Address: 7575 Coleshire Drive 2nd Floor City: McLean State: Virginia 22102

Contact Person: Mike Fitzmaurice Phone: 703-205-3132 Email: michael.fitzmaurice@northropgrumman.com

http://www.bwbug.org

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