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suse_logo_colorCome see us in Booth #2042

Once again, SUSE is preparing an out of this world experience for the Super Compute show.  For those who have been by our booth in the past, you know we like to have a good time while sharing the SUSE story and helping our customers and partners be ultra successful.

The line-up includes a number of action-packed sessions from SUSE employees and partner organizations.  Topics will range from system architectures, to scalable storage, to challenges with the NTP infrastructure.

Last year we had a daily Tux racer competition that turned out to be quite exciting. This year we are upping the ante a little. Come by the SUSE booth to see what the challenge is and what great prizes are available to the best of the best.

For up-to-the minute tweets about in-booth events and opportunities to interact with some Linux heavy weights, follow @SUSE and @dmbyte as we will be working hard to keep social media up to date with the latest happenings in our booth.

Below, you will find a schedule of the mini-theater sessions.  Make plans to attend, learn, and interact with SUSE and our partners.  Who knows, there may even be some fun at the booth as well.

Day Time Company Speaker Speaker Title Session Title
Tue
11/17
10:15 SUSE Vojtech Pavlik Director, SUSE Labs How to Survive a Leap Second
10:45 SoftIron Alan Ott Linux Architect ARM in the Data Center
11:15 SUSE David Byte Sr. Technical Strategist Ceph is Growing up and out!
11:45 Eurotech Giovanbattista Mattiussi HPC Marketing Manager Eurotech Aurora HiVe to respond to HPC trends
12:15 Cavium Larry Wikelius Director of Ecosystems and Partner Enabling ARMv8 Server EcoSystem – Driving Server Industry Momentum supporting breakthrough Applications and Solutions
1:15 SUSE Rick Ashford Systems Engineer SUSE Cloud & HPC
2:15 openSUSE Douglas DeMaio Senior Consultant for the openSUSE Project openQA — Life if Too Short for Manual Testing
2:45 ARM Dr Christopher Goodyer Lead Software Engineer, HPC Software Libraries “The ARM HPC Ecosystem”
3:15 Univa Ian Lumb Solutions Architect Docker Containers as Managed Workloads on SUSE Linux Clusters
4:15 E4 Computing Simone Tinti VP Development & Operations E4- ARKA series: ARM64+GPU+IB
4:45 NVIDIA Duncan Poole Director Platform Alliances – Accelerated Computing
5:15 SUSE Kai Dupke Sr. Product Manager SUSE HPC Update
5:30 Daily Awards
Wed
11/18
10:45 Ellexus Paul Geldart Lead Developer and Project Manager New technology Mistral: IO monitoring and load balancing for shared storage
11:15 Bright Computing Robert Stober Director of Systems Engineering Building a Dynamic Data Center with Bright and SuSE
11:45 Univa Ian Lumb Solutions Architect Docker Containers as Managed Workloads on SUSE Linux Clusters
12:15 Cavium Steve Cummings Director, Market Development Cavium ThunderX ARMv8 Workload Optimized Processor – Leading the Server Market with Broad System Options
1:15 SUSE Kai Dupke Sr. Product Manager SUSE HPC Update
2:45 SUSE Rick Ashford Systems Engineer Docker and SUSE, the right choice for your containers
3:45 openSUSE Douglas DeMaio Senior Consultant for the openSUSE Project Open Enterprise & Open Community – Working Together
4:45 SUSE Vojtech Pavlik Director, SUSE Labs Benefits of Going Tickless
5:30 Daily Awards
Thurs
11/19
10:15 ARM Dr Christopher Goodyer Lead Software Engineer, HPC Software Libraries “The ARM HPC Ecosystem”
10:45 SoftIron Alan Ott Linux Architect ARM in the Data Center
11:15 Ellexus Paul Geldart Lead Developer and Project Manager New technology Mistral: IO monitoring and load balancing for shared storage
11:45 Bright Computing Robert Stober Director of Systems Engineering Building a Dynamic Data Center with Bright and SuSE
12:15 openSUSE Douglas DeMaio Senior Consultant for the openSUSE Project openQA — Life if Too Short for Manual Testing
2:00 Daily Awards

 

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