Cisco UCS powers HPC clusters for student competition
Wake Forest and NC State Universities have been selected to participate in the Student Cluster Competition (SCC) at SC19, the premier HPC conference, which will take place in Denver on Nov 18-22.
To Err Is Human, To Understand Is Big Data
With trillions of interactions and transactions now happening online, HPC can funnel them all through big data tools that help us answer these questions.
Delivering Hosted Private Clouds with Cisco and NetApp Managed EdgeCloud
Over the past few decades, cloud consumption across the world has grown tremendously. We have seen servers get consolidated into the data center with resulting network simplification. While numerous organizations have been able to build successful businesses and network architectures consuming services from the cloud, there are specific use cases that are challenged with the […]
Can Private Cloud Benefit Genome Researchers?
First off, let me put forth a disclaimer: I know next-to-nothing about genomics. I don’t know the names of the institutions involved in it, I don’t know who funds it, who is making major breakthroughs, how to use the industry lingo, or what the latest findings have been. But I do know this: Organizations involved in […]
MPI Sessions: a proposal for the MPI Forum
Today, a small group of us left “stealth mode” and presented a group of ideas to the MPI Forum loosely grouped under the moniker of “MPI Sessions.” These ideas behind this presentation originated from several places: My previous presentation of crazy ideas about INIT/FINALIZE at EuroMPI’15 in Bordeaux, France That Jonathan Dursi blog entry Other […]
Slides from Open MPI SC’15 SotU and MPI Forum BOFs
Here’s the slides from the Open MPI State of the Union (SotU) BOF that were presented by George Bosilca, Nathan Hjelm, and myself at the SC’15 trade show. Thanks to all who were able to join us at the BOF in person! UPDATE: Per request, I have also added the slides from the MPI Forum […]
It’s that time again! SC’15
Who’s heading to SC’15 this weekend? I am! Austin looks to have an exciting lineup this year. Here’s the things I’m involved with: Dave Goodell and the rest of the Libfabric crew will be presenting An Introduction to the OpenFabric Interfaces API tutorial Dr. George Bosilca and I will presenting the annual Open MPI State […]
More crazy MPI ideas: Fault detection and recovery
I had a good conversation with an ISV yesterday who makes a popular MPI-based simulation application. One of the things I like to do in these kinds of conversations is ask the ISV engineers two questions: What new features do you want from the MPI implementations that you use? What new features or changes do you want […]