Linux Storage and Filesystems Conference (VAULT)
Event submitted on Thursday, February 27th 2020, approved by Charles Villanueva ✓
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We love Linux here with our distro’s of choice being Kali Linux, Backbox, POP_OS!, and Lubuntu – so we’re biased. OK! This event doesn’t have much to do with Linux OSes, but, it has everything to do with Linux Systems with regards to storage. If you’re in California and working in tech then, especially as a system admin, then this event will almost certainly be worthwhile to attend. Let us know if you do and we will add your review below.
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The Linux Storage and Filesystems Conference (Vault) is returning in 2020, under the sponsorship and organization of the USENIX Association, and will gather implementers, practitioners, users, and researchers working on storage in open source and related projects.
The Program Committee is inviting users and creators of file systems, open-source storage, and related technologies to submit workshop and talk proposals and participate for Vault ’20, which will take place on February 24 – 25, 2020, in Santa Clara, CA, USA.
Suggested Topics Include:
- Object, block, and filesystem storage architectures (e.g., Ceph, Swift, Cinder, container storage)
- Distributed, clustered, and parallel storage systems (e.g., -GlusterFS, Lustre, OrangeFS, HDFS)
- Persistent memory and related new hardware technologies or interfaces
- File system and storage scaling issues
- Automation and storage management (OpenLMI, Ovirt, Ansible, operators)
- Client/server file systems (e.g. NFS, Samba, pNFS)
- Big data storage
- Long-term data archiving
- Data compression and storage optimization
- Software defined storage
- Consumer storage
- Storage in entertainment and media
- Public cloud storage infrastructure