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David Bonnie is a storage architect with a background in scalable storage systems and software development. He contributed to the development of OrangeFS/PVFS2 and holds a deep interest in understanding current and future storage hardware and software. David is currently the campaign storage, future archive, and enterprise backup technical lead for the High Performance Computing Division at Los Alamos National Laboratory, positions that include leading development, integration, and production support efforts for LANL’s pre-archive, archive, and backup tiers. He is integral in the development and deployment of these solutions which are designed to serve the needs of ever-growing datasets paired with spiraling bandwidth and reliability challenges. David holds a B.S. and M.S. in Computer Engineering, both from Clemson University.
File Systems and I/O