Fast and Scalable Storage with Lustre Software – Intel Chip Chat – Episode 353

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In this Intel Chip Chat audio podcast with Allyson Klein: Brent Gorda, the GM of the High Performance Data Division at Intel, stops by to talk about the Lustre file system, which operates at extreme scale and efficiency and is popular in the HPC industry. The Lustre team at Intel recently announced the Intel Enterprise Edition for Lustre version 2.2, which added some significant maintenance and management tools, support for the underlying OpenZFS file system, and enhancements to use MapReduce under Lustre (allowing data to be kept in one place).

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