[OpenAFS] BoF at Vault '19: Justifying the inclusion of Linux kernel AFS in Enterprise Distributions

Giovanni Bracco giovanni.bracco@enea.it
Wed, 20 Feb 2019 11:19:39 +0100

After BOF it would be very useful and interesting to have a summary of 
the meeting results, for example as a posting to this mailing list, for 
people like me who can not attend!



On 20/02/19 04:06, Jeffrey Altman wrote:
> If you will be in Boston next Monday, February 25, an attendee of one of:
> * 2019 Linux Storage and File Systems Conference (VAULT'19)
> * 17th USENIX Conference on File and Storage Technologies (FAST'19)
> * 16th USENIX Symposium on Networked Systems Design and Implementation
>    (NSDI'19)
> or for any other reason, please consider attending the AuriStor, Inc
> sponsored Birds of a Feather meeting from 6:30pm to 8:30pm.  The subject
> of discussion is
>    "Justifying the inclusion of Linux kernel AFS in Enterprise
>     Distributions"
> Linux kernel AFS is included some Linux distributions such as Fedora
> Core 29 and Debian Linux "Buster" is not included in any Enterprise
> Class distributions from Red Hat, SuSE, Ubuntu or other vendors.
> At the BoF the attendees will discuss, and perhaps demonstrate,
> non-legacy deployments and workflows for AFS family file systems include
> AuriStorFS and OpenAFS.  The goal is to build the case for Enterprise
> Linux distributions that inclusion of Linux kernel AFS supports future
> growth.
> The BoF will be held on the 3rd Floor of the Sheraton Boston in the
> Hampton Room.
>    Sheraton Boston
>    3rd Floor - Hampton Room
>    39 Dalton St
>    Boston, MA 02199 USA
> Pizza and non-alcoholic beverages will be provided.
> I hope to see you there.
>    https://www.auristor.com/events/kafsvault19
> Jeffrey Altman

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