Lustre is a massively parallel filesystem typically used in domains where high-performance, large-scale data is critical.
Lustre is mature, running stably in production at hundreds of sites and open source(GPL2). Fifteen of top 30 and seven of top ten world supercomputers use Lustre filesystem as storage, including the fastest: Tianhe-1A at the National Supercomputing Center in Tianjin, China; second fastest Jaguar at Oak Ridge National Laboratory.
If you need lots of data, fast, Lustre might be the right choice for you.
New to Lustre?
The latest Stability Release of Lustre is Lustre 1.8.5 and the latest Feature Release of Lustre is Lustre 2.0. Both are available from the Whamcloud download page . Whamcloud is working on future stability and feature Lustre releases - see Whamcloud Lustre Roadmap for details.
Whamcloud provides unparalleled Lustre support. Whamcloud service covers Linux Lustre environments regardless of size, complexity, or type of servers or storage. Specifics as to what is supported are listed in the Whamcloud Lustre Support Matrix page. If you would like to discuss support options, please contact us