We provide an overview of how to use the Java bindings included in Open MPI. The aim is to expose MPI functionality to Java programmers with minimal performance penalties.
We recently returned from another great experience at the High Performance Computing Linux for Wall Street event in New York on April 7, 2014. This year’s 11th annual HPC conference focused on big data, HPC applications, data centers fabrics, cloud economics, low latency and how these technologies are all changing the way global financial markets are evolving. As usual, the industry’s top minds from various financial trading firms were in attendance to learn how to gain a competitive edge using the latest innovations in technology.
This year, I was asked to take part in a panel discussion about the evolution of the high performance trading fabric and where we are heading. Our session discussed the newest and next wave of innovations that are addressing scalability, optimizing application performance, enabling event-based dynamic decision-making, enhancing analytics in support of risk/compliance, and taking accuracy to the next level. The top question being asked is, “How can I ensure performance and intelligence in the changing technology landscape?” Read More »
Open MPI is developed in a tick-tock fashion:
- Odd-numbered series are focused on feature development and expansion
- Even-numbered series are focused on stability and production usage
The even-numbered v1.8.x series therefore represents a new production-ready series that effectively deprecates the prior production-ready series (v1.6.x).
I was on vacation last week, and had a nice April Fool’s blog post queued up to be posted at 8am US Eastern time on 1 April 2014.
It should have appeared whilst I was relaxing on a beach… but due to a bug in our WordPress installation, it didn’t. And I didn’t find out about the error until after I returned from vacation (long after April 1st).
This year, EuroMPI/ASIA 2014 will hold two workshops. Accepted workshop papers will be included in ACM’s ICPS conference proceedings of the EuroMPI/ASIA 2014.
Workshop information is available on the EuroMPI/ASIA 2014 web site, and details of their workshops are in their web respective sites. If you have any further questions, please contact associated workshop organizers listed in their workshop web sites.
We are looking forward to your submissions!