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2018 Storage Performance Development Kit (SPDK) Summit
May 15th -16th
Dolce Hayes Mansion, San Jose
200 Edenvale Ave, San Jose, CA 95136
http://www.hayesmansion.com

The 2018 annual Storage Performance Development Kit US Summit is a great opportunity to meet with other SPDK community members and listen to a series of talks from SPDK users and developers. Everything from case studies, to performance analysis, to tech tutorials, and live demos will be presented. Further, this year we will dedicate a second day entirely to developers that will include a hands-on lab as well as a few hours set aside for active contributors to tackle design issues and discuss future advancements.

Sponsored by Intel® Corporation

FAQ

Why should I attend?

If you were at the event last year, you won’t want to miss this year’s summit as the progress that the community has made over the past 12 months is nothing short of astonishing! The SPDK Community has grown significantly along multiple vectors:

  • Innovative, new modules promoting performance and efficiency across a range of new use cases
  • Full transparency in both planning and development including use of tools such as GerritHub, Jenkins & Trello
  • Expanded development communications channels including IRC, world time zone friendly community meetings, and face to face developer meet-ups
  • Many new contributors and some additional maintainers!

You won’t want to miss an all new series of talks from users and developers; everything from case study analysis to technical tutorials. And this year we’re dedicating a second day just for developers that will include a hands-on lab as well as a few hours set aside for active contributors who want to take advantage of having all the expertise in one room to tackle design issues and discuss future advancements.

Please take advantage of this opportunity to network with the SPDK community!

Detailed agenda, registration link and hotel room booking information will be made available soon. Please check back at this website or follow @SPDKProject on Twitter for updates.