3-5 June 2019
Europe/Zurich timezone

The next CernVM Users Workshop will take place at CERN from 3 to 5 June 2019, following the previous editions held at CERN in March 2015at RAL (UK) in June 2016 and at CERN in January 2018.

As usual, the workshop aims to bring together users and developers to discuss the current status of the CernVM ecosystem and the future directions, with a fresh look onto the landscape of cloud technology and software delivery.

As in previous editions, we invited guest speakers from the industry on selected technology topics. This time, we are very happy to welcome

  • Harris Hancock (Cloudflare), core developer of the Cloudflare Workers serverless framework
  • Michael Bauer (SyLabs), core developer of Singularity
  • Dorian Krause (Jülich Supercomputing Centre), head of the division High-Performance Computing Systems
  • Jesse Williamson (Caninocal), senior distributed storage engineer on Ceph
  • Giuseppe Scrivano (Red Hat), main developer of fuse-overlayfs
  • Doug Thain (U Notre Dame, remotely), head of the Cooperative Computing Lab

The workshop will also include a "hands on" session. Whilst the agenda is yet to be defined, there will be opportunities for demos and tutorials, also for users to come forward with topics for discussion.

A video-conference service will be provided to help remote attendance.

More information will be posted in due time on this web site.

For questions or comments, please contact us at cernvm-workshop@cern.ch.

Registration for this event is currently open.
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