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This blog post is a compilation of my raw notes from SNIA’s SDC 2013 (Storage Developers Conference).
Notes and disclaimers:
SMB3 Meets Linux: The Linux Kernel ClientSteven French, Senior Engineer SMB3 Architecture, IBM
Mapping SMB onto Distributed StorageChristopher R. Hertel, Senior Principal Software Engineer, Red HatJosé Rivera, Software Engineer, Red Hat
Pike - Making SMB Testing Less TorturousBrian Koropoff, Consulting Software Engineer, EMC Isilon
Exploiting the High Availability features in SMB 3.0 to support Speed and ScaleJames Cain, Principal Software Architect, Quantel Ltd
SMB3 UpdateDavid Kruse, Development Lead, Microsoft
Architecting Block and Object Geo-replication Solutions with CephSage Weil, Founder & CTO, Inktank
1 S(a) 2 M 3 B(a) 4Michael Adam, SerNet GmbH - Delivered by Volker
Keynote: The Impact of the NVM Programming ModelAndy Rudoff, Intel
Keynote: Windows Azure Storage – Scaling Cloud StorageAndrew Edwards, Microsoft
SMB Direct updateGreg Kramer, MicrosoftTom Talpey, Microsoft
A Status Report on SMB Direct (RDMA) for SambaRichard Sharpe, Samba Team Member, Panzura
CDMI and Scale Out File System for HadoopPhilippe Nicolas, Scality
Introduction to HP MoonshotTracy Shintaku, HP
NFS on Steroids: Building Worldwide Distributed File SystemGregory Touretsky, Intel
Forget IOPS: A Proper Way to Characterize & Test Storage PerformancePeter Murray, SwiftTest
pNFS, NFSv4.1, FedFS and Future NFS DevelopmentsTom Haynes, NetApp
pNFS Directions / NFSv4 AgilityAdam Emerson, CohortFS, LLC
Closing Keynote: Worlds Colliding: Why Big Data Changes How to Think about Enterprise StorageAddison Snell, CEO, Intersect360 Research
Tunneling SCSI over SMB: Shared VHDX files for Guest Clustering in Windows Server 2012 R2Jose Barreto, MicrosoftMatt Kurjanowicz, Microsoft
An SMB3 Engineer’s View of Windows Server 2012 Hyper-V WorkloadsGerald Carter, EMC
That's it for this year. I'm posting this last update from the San Jose airport, on my way back to Redmond...