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* When: Tuesday, Lunchtime, from 12:30
 
* When: Tuesday, Lunchtime, from 12:30
* Where: C1 lecture theatre (same as Sysadmin Miniconf)
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* Where: C1 lecture theatre (same room as Sysadmin Miniconf was on Monday)
  
 
BoF on Large Data Storage / Replication.   
 
BoF on Large Data Storage / Replication.   
  
 
This will include a presentation of [http://sysadmin.miniconf.org/presentations19.html#ThomasSchoebelTheuer Thomas Schoebel-Theuer's presentation "Petabytes Data Migration and Load Balancing with Football+MARS"] which was previously scheduled for the Sysadmin Miniconf (but travel delays mean that it could not be presented at that time).  After the presentation (about 20 minutes), open discussion about MARS / BigCluster / Sharding / Large Data replication, etc is encouraged.
 
This will include a presentation of [http://sysadmin.miniconf.org/presentations19.html#ThomasSchoebelTheuer Thomas Schoebel-Theuer's presentation "Petabytes Data Migration and Load Balancing with Football+MARS"] which was previously scheduled for the Sysadmin Miniconf (but travel delays mean that it could not be presented at that time).  After the presentation (about 20 minutes), open discussion about MARS / BigCluster / Sharding / Large Data replication, etc is encouraged.

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Large Data Storage / Replication BoF

  • When: Tuesday, Lunchtime, from 12:30
  • Where: C1 lecture theatre (same room as Sysadmin Miniconf was on Monday)

BoF on Large Data Storage / Replication.

This will include a presentation of Thomas Schoebel-Theuer's presentation "Petabytes Data Migration and Load Balancing with Football+MARS" which was previously scheduled for the Sysadmin Miniconf (but travel delays mean that it could not be presented at that time). After the presentation (about 20 minutes), open discussion about MARS / BigCluster / Sharding / Large Data replication, etc is encouraged.