Chair of the OpenFabrics Alliance
I first got involved with the OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) six years ago when I attended its Developers’ Workshop as a Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) network administrator. I had been working with InfiniBand and other high-speed interconnects, and I was looking for additional resources and communities to learn from. Since InfiniBand is a fairly complex technology to pick up, joining the OFA and attending the annual workshop was a way for me to build contacts within the OpenFabrics community and learn more about OpenFabrics Software (OFS). After a couple years as a workshop attendee, I saw tremendous value in the OFA and I wanted to become more involved. To that end, I had LANL reinstate its OFA membership and began attending monthly conference calls to dig deeper into the Alliance’s mission and activities.Read more ...
2016 OFS Developers' Workshop
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