Spectrum Scale User Group Singapore

The inaugural Spectrum Scale Usergroup Singapore will feature a number of Spectrum Scale (GPFS) experts presenting on a wide variety of topics on Spectrum Scale.

Date: Monday 26th March 2018

Venue: Resorts World Sentosa, Singapore

This event aims to provide you with the opportunity to hear the latest Spectrum Scale updates from the filesystem and storage experts as well as hear from other users and technical experts on their experiences and uses of Spectrum Scale.

If you have questions to ask when you attend, you can email the organiser or prepare them for the day and the open session in the morning.

Please register your intention to attend: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/spectrum-scale-user-group-singapore-march-2018-tickets-40429354287

As with all SSUG meetings, this is a forum for technical discussion and is not a sales opportunity.

Tentative Agenda:

The draft agenda currently looks like this (it is subject to change and reordering of timings depending on availability of speakers etc):

8:30am Sign-in and coffee.
9:00am Introduction and meeting kick off (by Chris Schlipalius, The Pawsey Supercomputing Centre, Perth)
9:05am Spectrum Scale Roadmap 5.0 and beyond – TBC, IBM (NDA Session – you must provide a signed form to attend this session).
10:05am Site Report – TBA
10:30am-11:00am Morning Tea
11:00am Conductor With Spark Proof of Concept Results on Intel – J. Jiang, Pawsey
11:30am TBA
12:30pm-1:30pm Lunch
1:30pm TBA
2:00pm TBA
3:00pm TBA
3:30pm TBA
4:00-4:30pm Afternoon tea
4:30pm Site Reports;
– All attending should be ready to report on new work please 5:00pm Q&A Session, discussion with technical experts (please give your questions to Chris on the day when you arrive or email them through).
5:45pm Wrap up – proposals for new talks topics, feedback, follow up, mention of the next meeting proposed for 2018.
6:00pm (or earlier if all is covered) Close then cocktails (provided by sponsors)

With thanks to IBM, Pawsey Supercomputing Centre and NSCC Singapore.

Any questions can be directed to Chris Schlipalius.