MailChimp Developer

Sign up for our newsletter and get the latest HPC news and analysis.
Send me information from insideHPC:


Altair Launches PBS Pro 13

Altair Logo Stacked

Today Altair announced the general availability of PBS Professional 13.0, the latest version of the market-leading software product for high-performance computing workload management and job scheduling on clusters and supercomputers.

Video: Introduction to XSEDE 2.0 and Beyond

John Towns, NCSA

This presentation will briefly review XSEDE, its past mission and accomplishments, and give insight into the direction and vision for the second round of XSEDE.

RCE Podcast Looks at the Fasterdata Knowledge Database

RCE Podcast logo

“Fasterdata provides proven, operationally sound methods for troubleshooting and solving performance issues. Our engineers have identified a common set of issues that hinder performance and we would like to share our experiences and findings in this knowledge base.”

Ed Seidel Presents: Supercomputing in an Era of Big Data and Big Collaboration

seidel

“Supercomputing has reached a level of maturity and capability where many areas of science and engineering are not only advancing rapidly due to computing power, they cannot progress without it. I will illustrate examples from NCSA’s Blue Waters supercomputer, and from major data-intensive projects including the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope, and give thoughts on what will be needed going forward.”

HPC News Bytes for June 19, 2015

hatnews

While we’re always on the lookout for HPC news, not everything makes it to the front page. Notable items from this week include big boosts for Apache Spark, Containerization, and Lustre.

Video: The Great Leap (Computing the Uncomputable Climate System)

Bjorn Stevens from the Max-Planck-Institute

“Increasing computational power and advances in algorithms have made it possible to resolve an ever increasing fraction of the scales of atmospheric motion. While it remains inconceivable to resolve all the relevant scales of motion we are currently in the midst of a great leap across a range of scales that have posed some of the greatest challenges to climate science over the past sixty years. This leap is bringing wholly new insights into the structure of the climate system on both ends of the spectrum of atmospheric motions.”

HPC in Medical Applications

onestop1

Medical applications like CT (computed tomography) scanning and MRI (magnetic resonance imaging) require quick, accurate results from processing complex algorithms. So reducing the compute time required is a primary challenge to manufacturers of CT and MRI equipment.

CloudFlow & UberCloud to Bring Cloud Services to Engineers

logo-ubercloud

Today the EU-funded CloudFlow project announced a new collaboration with the UberCloud in the areas of community, technology and joint marketing.

Podcast: TACC Supercomputers Power Cancer Discovery

article

In this podcast, Karen Vasquez and Albino Bacolla of the University of Texas at Austin describe how TACC supercomputers have helped scientists find a surprising link between cross-shaped pieces of DNA and human cancer.

HPC on Windows – Does It Still Make Sense?

Jan Wender, science+computing

Could there still be a place for Windows in HPC environments? To find out, we caught up with Jan Wender from German IT service provider science+computing, who will deliver a talk on this topic at the ISC High Performance conference next month in Frankfurt, Germany.