I am happy to announce that we have a date and agenda set for the next TN Chapter of AFCOM Meeting. This meeting will focus on the new high performance storage system installed at the Oak Ridge National Laboratory, called Atlas. Data Direct Networks (DDN) will be sponsoring our meeting, and will talk about their involvement in the design of this “big data” problem. We will also have a presentation from ORNL on the bits and pieces of making this work.
If you have other people in your organization that manage storage or have an interest in Big Data Problems, you are encouraged to pass this invitation along.
EVP, Strategy & Technology
Jean-Luc Chatelain joined DDN in February 2011 with several decades of experience as a technology industry leader. Most recently, Chatelain was as a distinguished Hewlett-Packard Fellow responsible for successfully leading HP’s Information Optimization strategy, steering the entry of HP into the ILM space. Chatelain also founded Persist Technologies Inc., a leader in reference information storage software which was acquired by HP. Prior to that, Chatelain co-invented the SmartCell™, the world’s first application-centric enterprise storage technology, and created a breakthrough medical imaging workflow technology for Cemax-Icon, which experienced significant growth as a result of this innovation before being acquired by Imation/Eastman Kodak.
Date: Thursday, May 30, 2013
Time: 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (Lunch will be provided)
Location: Oak Ridge National Laboratory, 1 Bethel Valley Road, Oak Ridge, TN 37831. We will meet in Building 5100 (Joint Institute for Computational Science).
http://goo.gl/maps/dtbDR (Building 5100 is directly West across the lawn from the building marked as Cafeteria)
RSVP: Required by May 24 for US Citizens, or May 10 for non-citizens. Please send contact information (name, company, phone number, email address) for each attendee to firstname.lastname@example.org