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It is always exciting to visit CERN, even more so for CERN Ceph day for Research and Non-profits, and the opportunity to present some recent work on Ceph and research data storage was too good to miss.
Stig Telfer, Michal Nasiadka and John Garbutt attended the one-day event, and Stig and John presented a double-bill presentation Ad-hoc Filesystems for Dynamic Science Workloads, covering some of our recent work:
- Converged CephFS storage for the Euclid space telescope as part of the IRIS compute federation.
- The Data Accelerator project at Cambridge University, which creates dynamic filesystems as burst buffers and recently took the top slot in the IO-500 list of the world's fastest storage systems.