Spectrum Scale provides various methods for automated data management: The Policy Engine enables rule-based data placement and data management. File Audit Logging enables you to audit file accesses for compliance reasons. The Clustered Watch folder feature enables you to watch and respond to file system activity. This session starts with a customer talk by DESY about their use of the policy engine to automate data-intensive workflows. Then IBM provides an overview of File Audit Logging and Clustered Watch along with use cases and recent architectural enhancements with examples.
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|Jürgen Hannappel (DESY)||Jürgen Hannappel works in the scientific computing group of the DESY IT department on data management for EuXFEL and Petra III. With a background in particle physics his interests shifted towards computing over time as his place of work moved from CERN and Bonn University to DESY
|John Olson (IBM)||John Olson is a senior software engineer and the Spectrum Scale Security Architect. He has been with IBM for 21 years and has been working on Spectrum Scale since 2014. Previously, John worked on SoNAS, virtual tape servers and tape controller RAS. John was the lead developer of file audit logging in 5.0.0 and continues to architect the new solutions.
|Jake Tick (IBM)||Jake is a development manager for Spectrum Scale. In his almost 6 years at IBM, he has been on the Spectrum Scale system test team, FVT test team, and has now moved into management to help lead the file audit logging and watch folder team.
|Luis Teran (IBM)||Luis, who has been with IBM for about 4 years, is the lead developer for clustered watch folder and file audit logging. Luis started his work with system test on Spectrum Scale then shortly after moved into a development role. Luis now owns development for the file audit logging and cluster watch components.
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