Will Lustre ever be ready for flash?

Find out from Cray storage experts.

Lustre® has been optimized for a disk-based solution since it was developed — but what about deploying Lustre on flash storage?

Find out in the second of our series of Lustre-focused webinars hosted by Cray storage expert Peter Bojanic. This time Peter will be joined by special guests Nathan Rutman, Torben Kling-Petersen and Mark Wiertalla, and they’ll talk about optimizing Lustre for flash.

Watch the webinar to learn about:

What we've done
with server-side

Setup and tuning
to optimize
IOPS performance

doesn't make
sense for Lustre

Download to get immediate access to the on-demand webinar and hear more about optimizing Lustre for flash storage.


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