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OpenStack Talk coming to Toronto TechKnowFile Event May 6

Ian Lumb, Bright Evangelist

Ian Lumb from Bright Computing will be presenting at the University of Toronto’s annual TechKnowFile event on May 6, 2015.

SKA & AWS Seeking Proposals for AstroCompute in the Cloud

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Today the Square Kilometre Array (SKA) Organization announced that it is teaming up with Amazon Web Services (AWS) to use cloud computing to explore ever-increasing amounts of astronomy data. To kick things off, they just issued a Call for Proposals for AstroCompute in the Cloud, a grant program to accelerate the development of innovative tools and techniques for processing, storing and analyzing the global astronomy community’s vast amounts of astronomic data.

Univa Rolls Out Universal Resource Broker

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Today Univa announced the Universal Resource Broker, an enterprise-class workload optimization solution for high performance, containerized and shared data centers.

RCE Podcast Looks at SaltStack Scalable System Configuration Manager

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In this RCE Podcast, Brock Palen and Jeff Squyres speak with Mike Place about SaltStack, a fast and scalable systems and configuration management software for predictive orchestration, cloud and data center automation, server provisioning, application deployment and more.

Video: eScience Training and Education in Sweden

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“This talk will give an overview of training and graduate education initiatives in Sweden in the eScience and high performance computing areas and show why these are important but also different. Lessons learned from giving courses at six super computer centers and current and future courses will be discussed.”

Nimbix Cloud Case Study Coming to HPC User Forum

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Dr. Mustafa Kara will underscore the value that HPC powered by Nimbix’s JARVICE platform brings to big data compute jobs such as CFD.

Video: CloudBroker – Bringing HPC to the Cloud

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“Cloud computing provides pay-per-use access to scalable compute resources. However, IaaS and HPC-on-demand offerings are still often complex. Instead, the CloudBroker Platform and AppCenter create a SaaS layer on top of the compute resources. In the CloudSME EU project, this is used to develop a simulation platform for manufacturing and engineering.”

SiYB is a Supercomputer in your Browser

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Jeff Squyres writes that the new “Supercomputer in your browser” (SiYB) project is designed to bring the rich High Performance Computing ecosystem to the world’s most popular software: web browsers.

Reproducibility of CAE-computations through Immutable Application Containers

Christian Kniep

Ensuring a reproducible result of HPC workloads no matter the platform used is key to settle the battle between operations (update fast, due to compliance / security) and end- user (never touch a running system). By pushing his docker related HPC research further, Christian is showcasing his results on Immutable Application Containers.

IBM Platform Computing Delivers New HPC Cloud Offerings

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Clusters that are purchased for specific applications tend not to be flexible as workloads change. What is needed is an infrastructure that can expand or contract as the workload changes. IBM, a recognized leader in High Performance Computing is applying its expertise in both HPC and Cloud computing to bring together the technologies to create the HPC Cloud.