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Mon Mar 2 09:32:57 GMT 2015
I guess that one of the things that would help push it forward is a definition of what "secure" means to you.
On 2 Mar 2015, at 09:24, Adam Huffman <adam.huffman at crick.ac.uk> wrote:
> A couple of weeks ago I joined Bruno Silva’s HPC team at the Francis Crick Institute, with special responsibility for HPC, OpenStack and virtualization. I’m very much a GPFS novice so I’m hoping to be able to draw on the knowledge in this group, while hopefully being able to help others with OpenStack.
> As Bruno stated in his message, we’re particularly interested in how to present GPFS to instances securely. I’ve read the discussion from November on this list, which didn’t seem to come to any firm conclusions. Has anyone involved then made substantial progress since?
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