The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) has announced a new training initiative aimed at developers who need hands-on experience with OpenFabrics Software and related software tools.
OpenFabrics Software, traditionally used in HPC, is approachable, usable and beneficial to the enterprise data center,” said Jim Ryan, manager at Intel Corporation and chair of the OpenFabrics Alliance. “This new OFA training initiative highlights the value that OpenFabrics Software brings to end- user organizations, including high CPU efficiency, reduced energy consumption and reduced rack-space requirements.
Two OFA courses are now accepting registrations with more expected soon:
- Introduction to OpenFabrics Software Mini-Course – available upon request at your location or the University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab
- Programming with OpenFabrics Software – January 19-20, 2011 from 8:00am-5:00pm at the University of New Hampshire’s InterOperability Lab
For more information, check out the OFA Training site.