4th NASA Goddard Conference on Mass Storage Systems and Technologies

March 28-30, 1995
College Park, MA

Sponsored by the
NASA Goddard Space Flight Center


Requirement Drivers
Chair, Ben Kobler, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Current Status of the IEEE Mass Storage System Reference Model
Jack Cole, US Army Research Laboratory
Mass Storage Systems: A Perspective of the Future
Robert Cordella, Office of Research and Development
Applications Drivers for the Data "Parking" on the Information Superhighway
Clark E. Johnson, Jr., Massachusetts Institute of Technology
Invited Panel: Requirement drivers
Chair Ben Kobler, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center

Jim Barnett, Schlumberger Austin System Center
Tom Leedy, National Institute of Standards and Technologies
Paul Livingston, Community Open Source Program Office
Rob Mairs, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration
Barry Roginski, National Archive and Records Administration
Larry Tarbell, Department of Defense
Functionality and Performance
Chair, Jimmy Berry, Department of Defense
The Design of a Petabyte Archive and Distribution System for the NASA ECS Project
Parris Caulk, Loral Aerosys
A Distributed Parallel Storage Architecture and its Potential Application Within EOSDIS
Bill Johnston, Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory
Robotic Tape Mass Storage System Testing at NSA
Mike Shields, Department of Defense
Sam Coleman, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
The Architecture of the High Performance Storage System (HPSS)
Danny Teaff, IBM U.S. Federal Systems
How to Implement High Performance Storage Server Architectures with Workstation Technology
Thomas Ruwart, University of Minnesota
New Architectural Paradigms for Multi-PetaByte Distribution Storage Systems
Richard Lee, Data Storage Technologies, Inc.
Poster Session
Optimizing RAID Performance with Cache
Alex Bouzari, MegaDrive Systems, Inc.
Document Image Archive Migration from DOS to UNIX
Susan Hauser, National Library of Medicine
Using Secure Data Servers to Maintain Data Integrity
Gary Hull, Hughes STX
High Data Rate Recorder Development at MIT Haystack Observatory
Hans Hinteregger, MIT Haystack Observatory
A Petabyte Mass Memory System Using the Newell Opticel
Chester W. Newell, Primelink Technologies, Inc.
Integrating Unitree with the Data Migration Interface
Dave Schrodel, Convex Computer
Constraint Based Scheduling for the Goddard Space Flight Center Version-0 Distributed Active Archive Center's Data Archive and Distribution Systems
Nick Short Jr., NASA/GSFC
A Comparison of Rotary- and Stationary-Head Tape Recorders
John Watkinson, Run Length Limited
A Terabyte Linear Tape Recorder
John Webber, Interferometrics, Inc.
High Performance Computing File Server Project
Chris Wood, Maximum Strategy, Inc.
A Kinetic Study of Hydrolysis of Polyester Elastomer in Magnetic Tape
K. Yamamoto, Sony Corporation
New Magnetic Tape Products
Chair, Bernie O'Lear, National Center for Atmospheric Research
DEC Linear Tape
Demetrios Lignos, Quantum Corporation
The Redwood Project
Dave Osekavage, Storage Technology Corporation
The Mammoth Project
Tim Gerchar, Exabyte Corporation
Influence of Technology on Magnetic Tape Storage Device Characteristics
John J. Gniewek, IBM Corporation
Capacity, Performance, and Archivability
Chair, Fynnette Eaton, National Archives and Records Administration
Approaches to 100 Gbits/in 2 Recording Density
Mark H. Kryder, Carnegie Mellon University
Reproducible Direct Exposure Environmental Testing of Metal-Based Magnetic Media
Paul J. Sides, Carnegie Mellon University
Optical Storage Media Data Integrity Studies
Fernando Podio, National Institute of Standards and Technologies
Invited Panel: Capacity and Performance - Predicting the Future and Reconciling Past Predictions
Chair, P C Hariharan, Systems Engineering and Security, Inc.

Dan Gelbart, EMASS, Inc.
Mark Kryder, Carnegie Mellon University
Bill Oakley, LOTS Technology, Inc
Koichi Sadashige, Sadashige Associates
Dennis Speliotis, Advanced Development Corporation
John Stockton, Tamarack Storage Devices
Tracy Wood, Ampex Data Systems Corporation
Data Organization and Access
Chair, Don Sawyer, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Optimizing Tertiary Storage Organization and Access for Spatio-Temporal Datasets
Steve Louis, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory
The Real Problems of Heterogeneous Network Backup and Archive
Sanjay Ranade, Infotech SA, Inc., Charles Linnett, U.S. Bureau of Census
Dinner Speaker
Here's the Infobahn -- where's the data?
Gary Christensen, Network Systems
System Integration Learned Lessons
Chair, Bill Callicott
Hubble Space Telescope Data Archive and Distribution System - Lessons Learned
Joe Pollizzi, Space Telescope Science Institute
Building a COTS Archive for Satellite Data
Alaska SAR Facility Archive Issues: Current Status, Past History, and Questions for the Future
Crystal A. Goula, University of Alaska Fairbanks
System Integration Lessons Learned
Chair, John Berbert, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center
Architecture & Evolution at Goddard Space Flight Center Version 0 Distributed Active Archive Center
Jean-Jacques Bedet, Hughes STX
The Growth of the Unitree Mass Storage System at the NASA Center for Computational Sciences
Adina Tarshish, NASA/GSFC
NSSDC Provides Network Access to Key Data via NDADS
Jeanne Behnke, NASA/GSFC
Modeling and Data Compression
Chair, Bruce Rosen, National Institute of Standards and Technologies
Analysis of the Request Patterns of the NSSDC On-line Archive
Theodore Johnson, University of Florida
Evaluating the Effect of Online Data Compression on Disk Cache of a Mass Storage File System
Odysseas I. Pentakalos, University of Maryland

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