February 22, 2013
Feb. 22 – In 2012 OpenSFS invested over $2 Million (US) in open source scalable file system technologies. OpenSFS has made significant investments in maintaining the canonical Lustre tree, new feature development, and testing and development infrastructure.
In continuing its mission of supporting the open scalable file system community OpenSFS has released a request for proposals (RFP) for Lustre feature development, parallel file system tools, addressing Lustre technical debt, and new efforts in parallel file system development (incubators).
Goals for this investment are to:
OpenSFS is encouraging innovative ideas and strong proposals that address one or more areas of interest detailed in the RFP. OpenSFS may fund multiple proposals as part of this RFP and encourages broad participation from the entire open source scalable file system development communities.
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