ON-DEMAND LUSTRE STORAGE WEBINAR

Refresh your Lustre knowledge

And put it to work on your next project.

The exascale era is closing in and Lustre is more important than ever. Without the right data storage, your HPC workloads can fall behind.

Learn why you should choose Lustre for your next HPC project in this on-demand webinar.

Cray storage experts discuss the state of community Lustre and the major contributors who are advancing it in the HPC community.

The webinar covers topics including:

What advanced Lustre
architecture means for
system performance

The Lustre roadmap
and associated
development activities

How Cray storage
technology fits into the
big picture for Lustre


Watch the on-demand webinar and find out more about using Lustre for your HPC projects.

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