[Lustre-discuss] Registration Open - China LUG Conference
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Mon Sep 23 13:47:47 PDT 2013
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APAC LUG 2013
October 15, 2013
Mark your calendar for October 15th and make plans to spend the day with the
leading developers and users of the Lustre file system. The China Lustre
User Group (LUG) conference will be held at the
<http://www.thelakeviewhotel.com.cn/en/info.html> Lakeview Hotel, located in
the heart of Zhongguancun. Regarded as the "Silicon Valley of China" and
close to leading universities and the Olympic Center, the Lakeview Hotel is
close to an array of mass transit options, making it the ideal venue for LUG
On behalf of the global Lustre community, OpenSFS has led the effort to
define the future of Lustre, the premier file system for high-performance
computing. Join OpenSFS and the worldwide Lustre community to learn how
Lustre is being used to solve today's most demanding and important storage
Registration - Now Open
The LUG China event is free to attend but you must pre-register to attend.
Don't miss the opportunity to hear the latest Lustre release updates,
overview of the Lustre Test Infrastructure, details on the Exascale I/O and
Fastforward product, and related vendor updates.
<https://opensfs.wufoo.com/forms/z7x4m1/> Register now!
Technical Sessions - Call for abstracts is now open
LUG events are ideal opportunities to give a technical presentation about
how you're using the Lustre file system. We encourage you to submit a brief
abstract that describes the topic you'd like to present. Your presentation
should be 30 minutes long and showcase what you've learned or how you're
using Lustre. Presentation opportunities are limited, and nearly all of the
technical sessions will be presented in Mandarin Chinese.
The agenda for this event is being finalized based on the abstracts
received, but we invite you to take a look at the list of quality technical
sessions from <http://www.opensfs.org/past-events/> past LUG events and
consider submitting an abstract. Submit your abstract, topic title and your
contact information to <mailto:admin at opensfs.org> admin at opensfs.org.
Panel discussions are the ideal forum for hearing from leading developers,
vendors, and users of Lustre as they debate future requirements, explore
upcoming enhancements, and share real world best practices. If you'd like to
suggest a topic for a panel discussion - or be part of a panel, please
contact <mailto:panelist at opensfs.org> admin at opensfs.org.
If your company or institution is interested in being a sponsor, OpenSFS has
a number of sponsorship packages available. More details about sponsorship
opportunities can be found on the <http://www.opensfs.org/apac-lug-2013/>
APAC LUG event web page.
Together with leading institutions and vendors, these Lustre User Group
events are the ideal opportunity for storage managers and IT directors to
gather and share their expertise and experiences. We look forward to having
you as our guest at the China Lustre User Group event.
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organization dedicated to the success of the Lustre file system. OpenSFS was
founded in 2010 to advance Lustre, ensuring it remains vendor-neutral, open,
and <http://lustre.opensfs.org/download-lustre/> free. Since its inception,
OpenSFS has been responsible for advancing Lustre and delivering
<http://lustre.opensfs.org/community-lustre-roadmap/> new releases on behalf
of the open source community. Through working groups, events, and ongoing
funding initiatives, <http://www.opensfs.org/> OpenSFS harnesses the power
of collaborative development to fuel innovation and growth of Lustre
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