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Mark Gary is a Deputy Division Leader for the Livermore Computing Division within Computations. In this role, Mark has responsibilities for the 24x7 operation of LLNL's world-class computing environment. Livermore Computing provides reliable high performance computers, infrastructure and services (networks, data archive, operations, file systems, system software, visualization, system administration, user assistance and consultation) in support of LLNL missions. Mark leads projects ranging from leading integrated LC planning efforts, to external collaborations in support of extreme scale computing and storage futures.
Mark has worked on all aspects of High Performance Computing at Livermore over the last 31 years. While the primary focus of his work has been on mass storage and parallel file systems, Mark has also worked on operating systems, driver, and kernel development. He is a co-author of HPSS and UniTree archival storage systems. Mark has co-managed successful government/industry collaborations over the last three decades and has led archival storage and Lustre file system development and operations teams.
Mark received his B.S. in Computer Science from the University of California, Santa Barbara, in 1984.