Dominic Manno

Sr. Scientist
Los Alamos National Laboratory

Dominic Manno is a research scientist with background in storage systems and software development focused in high performance computing. He is currently the file systems technical lead for the HPC division at Los Alamos National Laboratory. This work includes leading design, development, and integration for HPC file systems deployed to support simulation science at LANL. Dominic also leads a subset of storage research efforts at LANL’s Ultrascale Systems Research Center where his work is focused on next generation storage systems for HPC datacenters. His most recent contributions include failure analysis impacting system design, metadata indexing, and computational storage research. He has contributed to multiple R&D100 winning entries including work on the Grand Unified File Index, a secure user metadata indexing system, and was part of a team that received a Government Innovation Award for computational storage work.

Please check back later.

This presentation will be available on Wednesday, September 14, 2022 10:35am PDT

The exploration of computation near flash storage has been prompted by the advent of network-attached flash-based storage enclosures operating at…

Watch Now Favorites