[lustre-discuss] 3 Days Left: LUG 2022 Call for Presentations
admin at opensfs.org
Fri Mar 18 08:45:48 PDT 2022
Hello Lustre Community,
There are only 3 days left to submit your abstract for the LUG 2022 virtual
conference. The abstract submission deadline is set to Monday, March 21,
2022, 23:59, AoE "Anywhere on Earth"
The Lustre User Group (LUG) conference
<https://www.opensfs.org/events/lug-2022/> is the high performance
computing industry's primary venue for discussion on the open source Lustre
file system and other technologies. The conference focuses on the latest
Lustre developments and allows attendees to network with peers.
The 2022 Lustre User Group (LUG) virtual conference will be held the week of
May 9, 2022 and hosted by Open Scalable File Systems (OpenSFS).
Call for Presentations
The LUG Program Committee is particularly seeking presentations on:
. Experiences running the newer community releases (2.14+)
. Experiences using the latest Lustre features (Client Data Encryption, OST
Pool Quotas, DNEv3, PCC, SSK, DoM, Multi-Rail LNet, etc.)
. Best practices and practical experiences in deploying, monitoring, and
operating Lustre (also in the cloud)
. Pushing the boundaries with non-traditional deployments
. Performance & feature comparison with other filesystems
You only need an abstract for the submission process; we will request
presentation materials once abstracts are reviewed and selected. Abstracts
should be a minimum of 250 words and should provide a clear description of
the planned presentation and its goals. All LUG presentations will be 30
minutes (including questions).
The abstract submission deadline is set to Monday, March 21, 2022, 23:59,
AoE "Anywhere on Earth"
The submission web page for LUG 2022 is available at:
You will need to create a user account on EasyChair if you don't already
Please also see: https://easychair.org/cfp/LUG2022
We look forward to seeing you at LUG 2022!
The LUG 2022 Program Committee
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