Gary Grider from Los Alamos National Laboratory presented this deck at the 2016 OpenFabrics Workshop.
"Trends in computer memory/storage technology are in flux perhaps more so now than in the last two decades. Economic analysis of HPC storage hierarchies has led to new tiers of storage being added to the next fleet of supercomputers including Burst Buffers or In-System Solid State Storage and Campaign Storage. This talk will cover the background that brought us these new storage tiers and postulate what the economic crystal ball looks like for the coming decade. Further it will suggest methods of leveraging HPC workflow studies to inform the continued evolution of the HPC storage hierarchy."
Watch the video presentation: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iDYLIpF-6Ew
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