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The Evolution of Global Scale Filesystems for Scientific Software Distribution
Delivering complicated software across a worldwide distributed system could be a major challenge in high-throughput scientific computing. The matter arises at different scales for several scientific communities that use grids, clouds, and distributed clusters to satisfy their computing wants. For prime-energy physics (HEP) collaborations handling giant amounts of knowledge that rely on lots of thousands of cores unfold around the world for data processing, the challenge is significantly acute. To serve the needs of the HEP community, many iterations were made to create a scalable, user-level filesystem that delivers software worldwide on a daily basis. The implementation was designed in 2006 to serve the requirements of 1 experiment running on thousands of machines. Since that point, this idea evolved into a new production world-scale filesystem serving the needs of multiple science communities on hundreds of thousands of machines around the globe.
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