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2014 Developer Workshop

The 10th Annual OpenFabrics International Developer Workshop held on March 30-April 2 offered a multi-day event dedicated to the development and improvement of OpenFabrics Software (OFS).

The Workshop kicked off Sunday, March 30, with a keynote from Dr. Thomas Sterling, Executive Associate Director and Chief Scientist at CREST. Presentations began the following morning covering topics focused on I/O for Exascale systems and Enterprise applications and included interest areas such as distributed computing, storage and data access and data analysis applications.

Thanks to insideHPC, you can watch the 2014 OpenFabrics International Developer Workshop Presentation Videos at http://insidehpc.com/video-gallery-openfabrics-developer-workshop-2014/.

View the 2014 Workshop Presentations below.

Sunday, March 30th

7:30 PM
Opening Keynote: HPC in Phase Change for Exascale Computing
Thomas Sterling, Indiana University

Monday, March 31st

8:00 AM
Welcome, Introductions and Workshop Goals
Jim Ryan, OFA Chair, Intel
Paul Grun, OFA Vice-Chair, Cray

8:30 AM
NASA Pleades Migration DDR/QDR/FDR
Bob Ciotti, NASA

9:15 AM
Open Fabrics Interfaces Working Group Architecture
Paul Grun (WG co-chair), Cray

9:45 AM
OFI WG Framework Architecture and Scalable Fabric Interfaces
Sean Hefty (WG co-chair), Intel

10:45 AM
Dynamic Connected Transport
Rich Graham, Mellanox

11:15 AM
MPI Requirements of the Network Layer
Nathan Hjelm, LANL

11:45 AM
SHMEM/PGAS Developer Community Feedback
Howard Pritchard, Cray

1:30 PM
NVM as a Disruptive Technology
Doug Voigt (co-chair, NVM Programming TWG), HP

2:00 PM
Direct Storage-Class Memory Access
Bernard Metzler, IBM Research
co-authors: Blake Fitch & Lars Schneidenbach, IBM Research

2:30 PM
SNIA NVM Programming Model
Doug Voigt (co-chair, NVM Programming TWG), HP

3:30 PM
File Systems - Lustre
Lustre - Doug Oucharek, Intel

3:30 PM
Windows RDMA File Storage
SMB3 - Tom Talpey, Microsoft

4:00 PM
Block Storage - SRP
Bart Van Assche, Fusion-IO

4:30 PM
Block Storage - iSER
Eyal Salomon, Mellanox

5:00 PM
Architecture and Usages of Accelio
Eyal Salomon, Mellanox

Tuesday, April 1st

8:00 AM
Use Case of RDMA in Symantec Storage
Om Prakesh Agarwal, Symantec

8:30 AM
Update on NFSoRDMA
Shirley Ma/Chuck Lever, Oracle

9:00 AM
RDMA in Virtualized and Cloud Environments
Bhavesh Davda/Aaron Blasius, VMware

9:30 AM
On-Demand-Paging (ODP) Update
Liran Liss, Mellanox

10:30 AM
Panel: The Future of I/O from a CPU Architecture Perspective
Moderator: Scot Schultz, Mellanox
Brad Benton, AMD
Intel

11:30 AM
Enterprise Working Group Report
Woody Woodruff (WG co-chair), Intel12:00 PM

12:00PM
Update on Progress in the IETF on iWARP Extensions
Brian Hausauer, Intel

1:30 PM
SMC-R Sockets Update
Jerry Stevens, IBM

2:00 PM
Dependency on I/O for Unstructured Data Analysis
Tasneem Maistry, Pivotal

2:30 PM
OFA Logo Program Developments
Bob Noseworthy, UNH-IOL

3:30 PM
T10 DIF/PI Signature Offload Support
Rich Graham, Mellanox

4:00 PM
Exploring Improvement to Verbs
Tom Stachura, Intel

4:30 PM
RDMA Bonding
Liran Liss, Mellanox

Wednesday, April 2nd

8:00 AM
Exascale Requirements for Radio Astronomy
Dan Werthimer, UC Berkeley Radio Astronomy

9:00 AM
IBTA Update
Diego Crupnicoff (WG co-chair), Mellanox

9:30 AM
Technology Advisory Council Report
Tom Stachura (WG co-chair), Intel
Diego Crupnicoff (WG co-chair), Mellanox

10:30 AM
Developer Update: Scalable Subnet Administration
Hal Rosenstock, Mellanox

11:00 AM
OFA Management Scalability
Todd Rimmer, Intel

11:30 AM
Scalable Address Resolution Infrastructure
Ira Weiny, Intel

12:00 PM
Wrap-up, Feedback, Action Items
Jim Ryan, OFA Chair, Intel
Paul Grun, OFA Vice-Chair, Cray

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