Half of World's Fastest Supercomputers Running Lustre
By marchamilton on Nov 14, 2007
At the HPC Consortium, ex CFS CEO and new Sun employee Peter Braam shared his plans for continuing Lustre's development. The Solaris version of Lustre's Object Storage Server is now in beta with general availability planned for the first half of 2008. That will follow later in the year with the Solaris client. Users of the current Linux version of Lustre won't be left out either, as all versions of Lustre will soon use a ZFS disk format to store their data. Sun's new HPC Community Site has more info on what's going on in Reno as does Josh Simons very complete blogging on most of the conference sessions.