On-Demand Lustre Storage Webinar

Opportunities for the Lustre Community with a Single Lustre Tree

Learn about the future of data storage from Cray experts.

Now that the Lustre® community has once again converged on a single canonical Lustre release stream, there are many questions about what that means for the community and for future feature development.

Get answers from Cray storage experts Peter Bojanic, Cory Spitz and Nathan Schumann in this on-demand webinar.

You’ll learn about:

Lustre 2.10 features
and benefits

Improving client-side
Lustre performance

Testing and
development strategy

Download to get immediate access to the on-demand webinar and hear more about the single Lustre tree and its impact on the community.

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