Linux RDMA & InfiniBand Panel - Roland Dreier, Pure Storage; Sean Hefty, Intel; Or Gerlitz, Mellanox; Jason Gunthorpe, Obsidian Research; Christoph Lameter (Moderator)
Linux has support for high speed interconnects which includes the offload technology necessary in order to do extremely fast communication between data in memory of the nodes in a cluster. The panel will discuss the current state of the Linux RDMA subsystem, use cases, current issues as well as future areas of development.
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Roland is a technical lead at Pure Storage. Prior to joining Pure, Roland was a principal engineer in Cisco's UCS server group and an early engineer at Topspin Communications, which was acquired by Cisco. Roland received his PhD in Mathematics from the University of California at Berkeley and has held a variety of positions in academic research and high tech. He also is the maintainer for the open source Linux InfiniBand and RDMA subsystem.
Or has been involved with the Linux Infiniband/RDMA upstream stack since its early days, back on 2004, as a senior software engineer and later with the CTO office of Voltaire, an Infiniband system company. Or maintains the iSER (iSCSI Extensions for RDMA) initiator driver. He acts as prime contact for upstream developments and submissions done by Mellanox engineers to the rdma, netdev and storage kernel subsystems, through his role as a Staff... Read More →
Obsidian Research, CTO and Co-Founder
Jason Gunthorpe has been working in the Linux Community since 1996, and currently serves as the CTO of Obsidian Research. At Obsidian he oversees all development related to Obsidian's InfiniBand product portfolio, and represents the company at industry organizations such as the InfiniBand Trade Association and the Open Fabrics Alliance. | | Professionally, Mr. Gunthorpe has an Engineering degree from the University... Read More →
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