This event is part of Computing Insights UK and attendees must be registered for CIUK to attend the meeting.
|15||11:30||11:45||Big Data and AI at Scale||Tomer Perry (IBM)
|20||11:45||12:05||Experience of CES as an NFS Server||Frederik Ferner (Diamond Light Source)
|25||12:05||12:30||TBC||Sven Oehme (DDN)
|30||12:30||13:00||Deep Dive – Block and inode allocation in Spectrum Scale||Tomer Perry (IBM)
Well that’s it for the user group in 2017! The last event of the year was held as part of Computing Insights UK (CIUK) in Manchester this week. CIUK is a much smaller event that SC or ISC, but its where the user group’s roots are. In fact, the user group on 12th December 2017, was the 7th birthday of the group which held its first meeting (of about 8 people) at MEW (the forerunner of CIUK).
Since then the group has grown, and whilst the CIUK meeting is never as large as the main events, we still had 20-30 attendees.
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The Spectrum Scale user group is holding an informal meeting at CIUK to provide you with an opportunity to learn more about the features of the latest release, hear from spectrum scale users on their experiences and to network with other users.
Please ensure you are registered for CIUK (https://eventbooking.stfc.ac.uk/news-events/ciuk-2017) and select to attend the session when registering.
Date: 12th December 2017, 2-5pm
Venue: Manchester Central
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OK, OK, its been a while and I apologise for the delay in getting this written up (sorry Claire!), so many things have got in the way in my real job!
So the UK meeting this year saw a move from London to Manchester, but still saw a strong following of Spectrum Scale UGers attending. First off, lets talk about the elephant, or rather pillar in the room…. yes the conference venue had THE largest concrete pillars in the space … something to do with it once being a 1970’s office block so I’m told. But we managed, and DDN’s Vic even had some fun with laser pointers and the mirrors mounted on the pillars. Continue reading “May 2017 UK User Group Report”