With March Madness behind us, April is shaping up to be quite the month for key HPC events. At insideHPC, we’re all set to provide you with news, interviews, and videos from four great shows in the next four weeks.
- Moabcon 2013 (April 8-11). Set in beautiful Park City, Utah, Moabcon is Adaptive Computing’s annual user conference. Featuring keynotes and in-depth technical discussions, we’ll be bringing you video presentations from NCSA, NERSC, NICS, LBNL and more. The event runs April 8-11.
- Lustre User Group (April 16-18). Set in downtown San Diego, LUG 2013 is the annual user group meeting sponsored by Open SFS and EOFS. The event will feature a Lustre Advanced User seminar and two days of presentations on select Lustre features, upcoming enhancements, site-specific experiences using Lustre, and more. We’ll bring you as many video presentations from the event as we can.
- Pre-LUG 2013 Party Announcement. Traveling to LUG? Intel and Aeon Computing are co-sponsoring a Pre-LUG party that first Monday night, Apr 15th. Beer and Lustre, a great combination! We’ll be in the Omni Hotel, the same location as LUG itself, up on the 10th floor, catching up with old Lustre friends and hopefully make some new ones. Please join us! For more information, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- OpenFabrics Alliance International Developer Workshop (April 21-24). Set in Monterey, this workshop is open to anyone with the desire to provide collaborative input into the direction and mechanics of OpenFabrics Software.
- HPC User Forum (April 29- May 1). Set in Tucson, the HPC User Forum has a mission promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to users. The organization has grown to 150 members. It is directed by a volunteer Steering Committee of HPC users from government, industry and academia, and is operated for the users by market analyst firm IDC.
We’ll see you out on the road!