Spectrum Scale User Group – NYC
October 24th, 2018
The New York Genome Center
101 Avenue of the Americas, New York, NY 10013 First Floor Auditorium
08:45-09:00 Coffee & Registration
09:15-09:45 What is new in IBM Spectrum Scale?
09:45-10:00 What is new in ESS?
10:00-10:20 How does CORAL help other workloads?
10:20-10:40 — Break —
10:40-11:00 Customer Talk – The New York Genome Center
11:00-11:20 Spinning up a Hadoop cluster on demand
11:20-11:40 Customer Talk – Mt. Sinai School of Medicine
11:40-12:10 Spectrum Scale Network Flow
12:10-13:00 — Lunch —
13:00-13:40 Special Announcement and Demonstration
13:40-14:00 Multi-cloud Transparent Cloud Tiering
14:00-14:20 Customer Talk – Princeton University
14:20-14:40 AI Reference Architecture
14:40-15:00 Updates on Container Support
15:00-15:20 Customer Talk – TBD
15:20-15:40 — Break —
15:40-16:10 IBM Spectrum Scale Tuning and Troubleshooting
16:10-16:40 Service Update
16:40-17:10 Open Forum
17:30- Social Event
That’s a wrap!
Yes, we’ve made it to the end of another successful Spectrum Scale user group! This year has been our most highly attended group with over 110 registrations and around a 90% attendance rate. We had representation from 56 organisations and delegates from 13 countries as well as 29 speakers over 28 sessions. A big thank you goes out to all our IBM, sponsor and user speakers.
For 2018, we headed back to London and the IBM Client Centre London on the South Bank. The client centre team rightly deserve our thanks – where nothing was too much trouble for them. Finding us cables to plug our streaming kit and generally making sure the logistics of the venue were all dealt with.
Links to the live streams from the UK April 2018 meeting are here!
Spectrum Scale UK User group, 18th, 19th April 2018.
Videos are being edited into separate talks and will be posted in the YouTube Playlist.
What a great start to new Spectrum Scale usergroups in Singapore, held at Supercomputing Asia at Resorts World Convention Centre.
There were a range of attendees, from private and public organisations, from Managing Directors to HPC Specialists and System Administrators, attending from countries pan-Asia-Pacific – India to China and Japan, to New Zealand and Australia.
As the conference theme and stream included AI and Data Analytics and Machine Learning, we had quite a few developers and sys admins who run various analytics workload on scale, but are looking to see what is new.