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8th	
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Conference	
  on	
  File	
  and	
  Storage	
  
   Technologies	
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  Game	
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  DeduplicaBon:	
  UBlizing	
  Content	
  Similarity	
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  Power	
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•  EvaluaBng	
  Performance	
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   Workloads	
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Intel	
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  1. 1. 8th  USENIX   Conference  on  File  and  Storage   Technologies  (FAST  ’10)   2010 3 31
  2. 2. USENIX •    –  Annual  Technical  Conference   –  FAST:  Conference  on  File  and  Storage  Technologies   –  LISA:  Large  InstallaEon  System  AdministraEon  Conference   –  OSDI:  Symposium  on  OperaEng  Systems  Design  and   ImplementaEon   –  NSDI:  Symposium  on  Networked  Systems  Design  and   ImplementaEon   –  Security  Symposium   •    –  Hot{Cloud,  Dep,  Mobile,  OS,  Par,  Power,  Sec,  Storage}  
  3. 3. FAST’10   •  2010 2 23 26   •    •    •  20% 18/89   •  350+   –  NEC   NEDO hZp://www.usenix.org/   events/fast10/
  4. 4. Tutorials •  Solid-­‐State  Storage:  Technology,  Design,  and   ApplicaBon,  Richard  Freitas  and  Larry  Chiu,  IBM   –  PCM   •  ASPLOS  2010 Best  paper PCM   –  Quick  Silver SSD   •  SSD   •  Storage  and  Network  DeduplicaBon  Technologies,   Michael  Condict,  NetApp   –  dedup   –  dedup   •  Clustered  and  Parallel  Storage  System  Technologies,   Marc  Unangst,  Panasas  
  5. 5. Keynote  Addresses •  Technology  for  Developing  Regions   Eric  Brewer,  University  of  California,  Berkeley   –  IT   •  WiLDNet WiFi   •  TierStore FS   •  Enterprise  AnalyBcs  on  Demand   Oliver  Ratzesberger,  eBay,  Inc.   –  eBay PayPal IO  intensive   –  AnalyEcs  as  a  Service
  6. 6. Best  Paper  Awards •  quFiles:  The  Right  File  at  the  Right  Time   Kaushik  Veeraraghavan  and  Jason  Flinn,  University  of  Michigan;   Edmund  B.  NighEngale,  MicrosoB  Research,  Redmond;  Brian  Noble,   University  of  Michigan   –    –  Versioning Security  (Context-­‐aware) Odyssey  (ApplicaEon-­‐ aware) Plahorm-­‐specific  display   •  Membrane:  OperaBng  System  Support  for  Restartable  File   Systems   Swaminathan  Sundararaman,  Sriram  Subramanian,  Abhishek   Rajimwale,  Andrea  C.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,  Remzi  H.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,   and  Michael  M.  Swik,  University  of  Wisconsin—Madison   –    •    –  Linux  FS  sub  system
  7. 7. Build  a  BeQer  File  System  and  the   World  Will  Beat  a  Path  to  Your  Door •  [Best  Paper]  quFiles:  The  Right  File  at  the  Right  Time   Kaushik  Veeraraghavan  and  Jason  Flinn,  University  of   Michigan;  Edmund  B.  NighHngale,  MicrosoB  Research,   Redmond;  Brian  Noble,  University  of  Michigan   •  Tracking  Back  References  in  a  Write-­‐Anywhere  File  System   Peter  Macko  and  Margo  Seltzer,  Harvard  University;  Keith  A.   Smith,  NetApp,  Inc.   –  FS CoW writable  snapshot inode back  reference   •  End-­‐to-­‐end  Data  Integrity  for  File  Systems:  A  ZFS  Case  Study   Yupu  Zhang,  Abhishek  Rajimwale,  Andrea  C.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,   and  Remzi  H.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,  University  of  Wisconsin— Madison   –  fault  injecEon ZFS  
  8. 8. Looking  for  Trouble •  Black-­‐Box  Problem  Diagnosis  in  Parallel  File  Systems   Michael  P.  Kasick,  Carnegie  Mellon  University;  Jiaqi  Tan,  DSO  NaHonal   Labs,  Singapore;  Rajeev  Gandhi  and  Priya  Narasimhan,  Carnegie  Mellon   University   –  BlueGene/P  PVFS   –  ”Limping-­‐but-­‐alive” IO   •  A  Clean-­‐Slate  Look  at  Disk  Scrubbing   Alina  Oprea  and  Ari  Juels,  RSA  Laboratories   –  Disk  Scrubbing (LSE)   –  LSE Staggering adapEve  rate   –  SIGMETRICS’07 L.N.Bairavasundaram   •  Understanding  Latent  Sector  Errors  and  How  to  Protect  Against  Them   Bianca  Schroeder,  SoErios  Damouras,  and  Phillipa  Gill,  University  of   Toronto   –  Scrubbing Intra-­‐disk  redundancy   –  NetApp LSE 20-­‐60%   10 50%  
  9. 9. Flash:  Savior  of  the  Universe? •  DFS:  A  File  System  for  Virtualized  Flash  Storage   William  K.  Josephson  and  Lars  A.  Bongo,  Princeton  University;  David  Flynn,   Fusion-­‐io;  Kai  Li,  Princeton  University   –  Fusion-­‐io ioDrive   –    •  Extending  SSD  LifeBmes  with  Disk-­‐Based  Write  Caches   Gokul  Soundararajan,  University  of  Toronto;  Vijayan  Prabhakaran,  Mahesh   Balakrishnan,  and  Ted  Wobber,  MicrosoB  Research  Silicon  Valley   –  Griffin SSD HDD   –  sequenEal  write HDD   •  Write  Endurance  in  Flash  Drives:  Measurements  and  Analysis   Simona  Boboila  and  Peter  Desnoyers,  Northeastern  University   –  USB FTL Flash  TranslaEon  Layer   –  IO HDD→ → GC   – 
  10. 10. I/O,  I/O,  to  Parallel  I/O  We  Go •  AcceleraBng  Parallel  Analysis  of  ScienBfic  SimulaBon  Data  via  Zazen   Tiankai  Tu,  Charles  A.  Rendleman,  Patrick  J.  Miller,  Federico  SacerdoE,  and   Ron  O.  Dror,  D.E.  Shaw  Research;  David  E.  Shaw,  D.E.  Shaw  Research  and   Columbia  University   –  Zazen   •  Efficient  Object  Storage  Journaling  in  a  Distributed  Parallel  File  System   Sarp  Oral,  Feiyi  Wang,  David  Dillow,  Galen  Shipman,  and  Ross  Miller,   NaHonal  Center  for  ComputaHonal  Sciences  at  Oak  Ridge  NaHonal   Laboratory;  Oleg  Drokin,  Lustre  Center  of  Excellence  at  Oak  Ridge  NaHonal   Laboratory  and  Sun  Microsystems  Inc.   –  Spider Jaugar Lustre 240GB/s asynchronous  journaling  commit   •  Panache:  A  Parallel  File  System  Cache  for  Global  File  Access   Marc  Eshel,  Roger  Haskin,  Dean  Hildebrand,  Manoj  Naik,  Frank  Schmuck,   and  Renu  Tewari,  IBM  Almaden  Research   –  pNFS NFS  4.1 GPFS
  11. 11. Making  Management  More   Manageable •  BASIL:  Automated  IO  Load  Balancing  Across  Storage  Devices   Ajay  GulaE,  Chethan  Kumar,  and  Irfan  Ahmad,  VMware,  Inc.;  Karan   Kumar,  Carnegie  Mellon  University   –  IO   •  Discovery  of  ApplicaBon  Workloads  from  Network  File  Traces   Neeraja  J.  Yadwadkar,  Chiranjib  BhaZacharyya,  and  K.  Gopinath,   Indian  InsHtute  of  Science;  Thirumale  Niranjan  and  Sai  Susarla,     NetApp  Advanced  Technology  Group   –  profile  HMM NFS opecode  trace make find tar   •  Provenance  for  the  Cloud   Kiran-­‐Kumar  Muniswamy-­‐Reddy,  Peter  Macko,  and  Margo  Seltzer,   Harvard  School  of  Engineering  and  Applied  Sciences   –  Data  provenance   •  TaPP  (Theory  and  PracEce  of  Provenance)  ’10   –  DAG  
  12. 12. ConcentraBon:  The  DeduplicaBon  Game •  I/O  DeduplicaBon:  UBlizing  Content  Similarity  to  Improve  I/O   Performance   Ricardo  Koller  and  Raju  Rangaswami,  Florida  InternaHonal   University   –  on-­‐disk OS IO dedup   •  HydraFS:  A  High-­‐Throughput  File  System  for  the  HYDRAstor   Content-­‐Addressable  Storage  System   CrisEan  Ungureanu,  NEC  Laboratories  America;  Benjamin  Atkin,   Google;  Akshat  Aranya,  Salil  Gokhale,  and  Stephen  Rago,  NEC   Laboratories  America;  Grzegorz  Całkowski,  VMware;  Cezary   Dubnicki,  9LivesData,  LLC;  Aniruddha  Bohra,  Akamai   –  CAS HYDRAstor FAST’09   •  Bimodal  Content  Defined  Chunking  for  Backup  Streams   Erik  Kruus  and  CrisEan  Ungureanu,  NEC  Laboratories  America;   Cezary  Dubnicki,  9LivesData,  LLC   –  dedup CDC   –  DER
  13. 13. The  Power  BuQon •  EvaluaBng  Performance  and  Energy  in  File  System  Server   Workloads   Priya  Sehgal,  Vasily  Tarasov,  and  Erez  Zadok,  Stony  Brook  University   –  web,  fs,  mail,  db FS ext2,  ext3,  xfs,  reiserfs ops/k  joule ops/sec   –  ops/sec   •  SRCMap:  Energy  ProporBonal  Storage  Using  Dynamic   ConsolidaBon   Akshat  Verma,  IBM  Research,  India;  Ricardo  Koller,  Luis  Useche,  and   Raju  Rangaswami,  Florida  InternaHonal  University   –    •  [Best  Paper]  Membrane:  OperaBng  System  Support  for  Restartable   File  Systems   Swaminathan  Sundararaman,  Sriram  Subramanian,  Abhishek   Rajimwale,  Andrea  C.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,  Remzi  H.  Arpaci-­‐Dusseau,   and  Michael  M.  Swik,  University  of  Wisconsin—Madison
  14. 14. Intel  Museum IBM  PC  (1981) Busicom  141-­‐PF 1972 ALTAIR  8800  (1975)
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