Suren Byna, Elena Pourmal, Lori Cooper
HDF5 has been a widely used tool to simplify management and access to scientific and engineering data with ubiquitous data solutions. With rapidly growing data across all domains of science and industry, HDF5 developers have been building technologies that provide rapid, easy, and permanent access to complex data. The HDF Group, a non-profit organization, has been the driving force behind developing and maintaining the HDF5 software library for more than two decades.
HDF5 has been extremely successful with a wide range of users and an ecosystem built around the HDF5 library. With the goal of facilitating a broader discussion among HDF5 users, The HDF Group and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) teamed up to host a...