Agenda Published: Lustre User Group, April 16-17

The Lustre User Group has published their preliminary agenda for their upcoming meeting on April 15-16. The event will feature customer talks from Framestore, Harvard, ORNL, and Sandia in addition to technical updates from the Lustre engineering team.
Register Now for Early-Bird Rates!
LUG09 – Seventh Annual Lustre User Group Meeting
April 16-17, 2009
The Cavallo Point Lodge
Sausalito, California

Registration is now open for the Lustre User Group, the premier event for learning new technical information, acquiring best practices, and sharing knowledge about Lustre technology. LUG09 is a once-a-year opportunity for users to get answers, advice, and suggestions regarding their specific Lustre implementations.
Attendees will have access to experts and peers who will share their real-world experiences. With updates on the community development project, Birds of a Feather sessions, demos, and tutorials, LUG09 is the perfect opportunity to meet with the Lustre development team and discuss upcoming enhancements and capabilities.
Hurry! To take advantage of the $350 Early Bird registration rate, you must register by March 16, 2009.
LUG09 Registration Site
Special Course Available: Lustre Advanced Administration and Support
April 15, 2009
The Cavallo Point Lodge
Sausalito, California

For the first time ever, a special course on Lustre Advanced Administration and Support will be offered on April 15 before the User Group meeting. This course is designed for people who already have a good understanding and and experience with the Lustre File System. The class will cover a host of advanced architectural and support techniques. Space will be limited for this course and tuition discounts will be offered for LUG attendees.
Register now for the Lustre Advanced Administration and Support Seminar. LUG attendees will get a special discount on course registration.
See you at LUG09!
If you have any questions or interest about LUG09, please contact us at


About Rich
FlexRex began his life as a cartoon character I created a Sun Microsystems. As the world's first "fictional blogger," he appeared in numerous parody films that made fun of the whole work-from-home thing. Somewhere along the line, the Sun IT department adopted FlexRex as their spokesman in a half-dozen security awareness films for employees. So when I left Sun recently, I started FlexRex Communications, a Marketing company in Portland, Oregon.

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