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Julian Kunkel
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   * **Welcome** -- //Julian Kunkel (University of Reading)//   * **Welcome** -- //Julian Kunkel (University of Reading)//
   * **High-Level Workflows -- Potential for Innovation? Peeking at the current IO stack.** -- //Julian Kunkel (University of Reading)// \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-kunkel.pdf |Slides}}   * **High-Level Workflows -- Potential for Innovation? Peeking at the current IO stack.** -- //Julian Kunkel (University of Reading)// \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-kunkel.pdf |Slides}}
-  * **Changing Your Archive From a Black Hole to a Gold Mine** -- //Jay Lofstead (Sandia National Laboratories)//​ \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-lofstead-adventures-in-nosql.pdf |Slides}} \\ Archives have been a crucial part of long term data storage ensuring that future users can refer back to previous work to check new results integrity or to deal with compliance and legal requirements. However, making these archives more useful than write-once, read-never systems has been challenging. Tape speeds, when compared to other storage media, have high latency making any interactive exploration painful. POSIX style attributes and extended attributes can only offer so much additional information. We are exploring offering another layer on top of the archive that can make archive item selection more efficient and effective turning your data black hole into a gold mine.+  * **Changing Your Archive From a Black Hole to a Gold Mine** -- //Jay Lofstead (Sandia National Laboratories)//​ \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-lofstead-archive.pdf |Slides}} \\ Archives have been a crucial part of long term data storage ensuring that future users can refer back to previous work to check new results integrity or to deal with compliance and legal requirements. However, making these archives more useful than write-once, read-never systems has been challenging. Tape speeds, when compared to other storage media, have high latency making any interactive exploration painful. POSIX style attributes and extended attributes can only offer so much additional information. We are exploring offering another layer on top of the archive that can make archive item selection more efficient and effective turning your data black hole into a gold mine.
   * **Approaches to Programming Extremely Heterogenous Memory Systems** -- //Jeffrey Vetter (ORNL)//   * **Approaches to Programming Extremely Heterogenous Memory Systems** -- //Jeffrey Vetter (ORNL)//
   * **The goldilocks node: getting the RAM just right** -- //Julian Kunkel (on behalf of the collaboration))//​ \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-kove.pdf |Slides}}   * **The goldilocks node: getting the RAM just right** -- //Julian Kunkel (on behalf of the collaboration))//​ \\ {{ :​events:​2019:​bof19-data-centric-kove.pdf |Slides}}