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SSUG::Digital: 011 – What is new in Spectrum Scale 5.1?
18th November 2020 @ 16:00 - 17:00 GMT
Spectrum Scale is a highly scalable, high-performance storage solution for file and object storage. IBM continues to enhance Spectrum Scale performance, in response to recent hardware advancements and evolving workloads. This talk will discuss key enhancements delivered with Spectrum Scale 5.1 including Fileset QoS, AFM to object storage, NFSv4.1 support, IPv6 for Cluster Export Services (CES), and integration with ESS 3000 and ESS 5000.
- Episode 10: Data Accelerator for Analytics and AI (DAAA)
- Episode 12: Event driven data management and security using Spectrum Scale Clustered Watch Folder and File Audit Logging
- Episode 1: What is new in Spectrum Scale 5.0.5?
User Group Host: Kristy Kallback-Rose
|Chris is an Executive Architect for IBM File and Object Storage Solutions with over 25 years of experience deploying and designing IT systems for clients in various spaces. He has experience scaling performance and availability with a variety of file systems technologies. He has developed benchmark frameworks to test out systems for reliability and validate research performance data. He also has led global enablement sessions online and face to face where discussing how best to position mature technologies like Spectrum Scale with emerging technologies in Cloud, Object, Container or AI spaces.
|Ismael Solis Moreno
|Ismael works in the Spectrum Scale development team in Guadalajara Mexico as a data scientist and performance analyst. He is responsible for evaluating Spectrum Scale's new features and releases performance. Part of his role is to analyze datasets to identify points of performance improvement providing insights to the development teams.