Webinar Announcement: Hermes 0.1.0-beta release


Continuing the discussion from Accelerate I/O operations with Hermes:

Hermes is a distributed I/O buffering system for deep distributed storage hierarchies, which are commonly found on modern HPC systems. For more on Hermes, please review this earlier post. We have scheduled a one hour webinar on December 1 at 11:00 a.m. central time to see Hermes in action and talk about this new release and plans for future development. Please register to join us!


Just a reminder, the Hermes webinar will take place tomorrow, Wednesday December 1 at 11:00 a.m. central time.

Hermes is a distributed IO buffering system for deep distributed storage hierarchies.

More on Hermes: Accelerate I/O operations with Hermes

Register: https://us06web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZcpd-CspzgsH908R0eZ1rMZbA67KR8z1hnI


We will post the recording of this webinar shortly. During the webinar, Anthony Kougkas mentioned a more formal roundtable to discuss Hermes happening around 12:20 p.m. central today. You can hop on that meet up at https://meet.google.com/wfr-ivsr-zuz

As always, we will share the recording of today’s webinar as we get it processed. Thanks!


Hi all,

Here are the materials from last week’s Hermes 0.1.0-beta release webinar.

Here are the materials from that session:

Please feel free to start discussions in this forum section (https://forum.hdfgroup.org/c/Hermes) dedicated to Hermes. The team looks forward to hearing from you.