Speak About Storage, Linux, and Open Source at Vault 2017
The Linux Foundation | 08 December 2016
Data, file systems, and storage are at the heart of today’s computing environment. With the latest hardware, there is a need for more data storage capabilities and faster speeds.
Vault is the leading technical event dedicated to Linux storage and filesystems where developers and operators in the filesystems and storage space can advance computing for data storage.
The Linux Foundation is now seeking proposals from industry experts to speak at Vault on March 22-23, 2017, in Cambridge, MA, on a diverse range of topics related to storage, Linux, and open source. Help lead the conversation and share knowledge and expertise with the community.
Submit your speaking proposal now! The deadline for submissions is Jan. 14, 2017.
Suggested topics include:
Software Defined Storage (SDS)
Object, Block, and File System Storage Architectures (Ceph, Swift, Cinder, Manila, OpenZFS)
Distributed, Clustered, and Parallel Storage Systems (GlusterFS, Ceph, Lustre, OrangeFS, XtreemFS, MooseFS, OCFS2, HDFS)
Persistent Memory and Other New Hardware Technologies
File System Scaling Issues
Storage Management and Automation
Client/server file systems (NFS, Samba, pNFS)
Big Data Storage
Long Term, Offline Data Archiving
Data Compression and Storage Optimization
Vault will once again be co-located with the invite-only Linux Storage, Filesystems and Memory Management Summit, ensuring development and research experts and kernel subsystem maintainers will be present.
Not interested in speaking but want to attend? Linux.com readers can register now with the discount code, LINUXRD5, for 5% off the registration price. Save $225 by registering before January 28.
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