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Stefan Lasiewski

Lawrence Berkeley National Lab
Senior System Engineer
San Francisco Bay Area
I run a multi-tenant container platform at the National Energy Research Scientific Computing center (NERSC.gov), part of the US Department of Energy at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) in Berkeley, CA, USA. Our container platform is called "Spin", and built upon Rancher. We are migrating our users from Rancher 1 to Rancher 2 + Kubernetes. We have about 150 active users and about 180 projects in the production clusters.

Spin is located alongside the Cori supercomputer at NERSC and provides data services that require a persistent presence such as a web presence, database, workload manager, and more.
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