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JICS and WARP Mechanics partner to explore next generation open source object storage solutions
The Joint Institute for Computational Sciences (JICS) between The University of Tennessee and Oak Ridge National Laboratory (ORNL) is partnering with WARP Mechanics (WARP) to study next generation object storage technologies for use in High-Performance Computing (HPC) environments. The planned work focuses on studying performance characteristics, finding optimal use cases, defining best practices, evaluating software options, and conducting empirical testing of various storage systems. This partnership is expected to better […]more
Lustre User Group 2014 – Miami
WARP Mechanics is proud to be a gold-level sponsor of LUG 2014. Our CTO, Josh Judd, will be presenting a technical session at 11:50am on April 9th: Practical Applications of Lustre/ZFS Hybrid Systems. We will also have a booth to showcase our latest technology, including a just-released pure SSD HPC platform. We encourage you to stop by […]more
In this slidecast, Josh Judd from WARP Mechanics presents: Lustre Over ZFS on Linux. No single technology solves all problems faced in today’s complex world. WARP Mechanics’ philosophy is to customize the many and varied systems into the exact set of solutions required to address the problems. WARP Mechanics leverages tried–and-true technologies from the most […]more