sponsored byIEEEACMThe International Conference for High Performance 
Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis
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SCHEDULE: NOV 16-21, 2014

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Scale Performance for File-Based Applications in an Instant with Cloud Bursting

SESSION: Moving, Managing, and Storing Data

EVENT TYPE: Exhibitor Forums

TIME: 11:30AM - 12:00PM


Presenter(s):Jeff Tabor



Organizations running high-performance, file-based applications in fields such as life sciences, oil & gas, and defense are under constant pressure to scale compute resources for ever-increasing performance demands. Cloud computing services like Amazon EC2 offer near infinite compute resources for such applications but introduce new challenges. How do I get my data to the compute cloud for processing? How do I avoid the latency of the WAN? How do I scale file system performance in the compute cloud?

Avere Systems addresses these challenges with a Hybrid Cloud NAS solution that is the first scale-out NAS solution purpose-built for the cloud. With Avere, you can achieve the following in the compute cloud: 1) Scalable NAS performance through clustering, 2) High availability with active/active failover, 3) Access data stored on premises or in the cloud, 4) Caching hides WAN latency, 5) Full NFS and SMB/CIFS support, 6) Simple software-only installation

Chair/Presenter Details:

Dane Skow (Chair) - Self

Jeff Tabor - Avere Systems

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