In this podcast, Dan Olds from Gabriel Consulting reports live from the ASC 2014 Asia Supercomputer Challenge, where 16 teams are battling it out for cash prizes. The competition wraps up April 25 at Sun Yat-sen University in Guangzhou, China.
Using Hadoop with Lustre provides several benefits, including: Lustre is a real parallel file system, which enables temporary or intermediate data to be stored in parallel on multiple nodes reducing the load on single nodes. In addition, Lustre has its own network protocol, which is more efficient for bulk data transfer than the HTTP protocol. Additionally, because Lustre is a shared file system, each client sees the same file system image, so hardlinks can be used to avoid data transfer between nodes.
- DoE Awards AltaSim Funds to Develop Additive Manufacturing
- Tower International Using Altair’s Compute Manager to Streamline Compute Access
- Jim Ryan Recaps the OpenFabrics Workshop 2014
- 400 GbE and HPC
- Spectra Logic Teams with CommVault to Lower the Cost of Data Management
- Video: Dynamic LNET Config
- Newest Intel Parallel Computing Centers: NCAR & CU Boulder
- Windows RDMA File Storage
- Video: Performance Analysis and Optimizations of CAE Applications
- Xyratex Update from LUG 2014
- Allinea Software Tools Speed Computing at University of Nebraska
- Why the Industry Needs More HPC Performance Tool Developers
- How European HPC Shops Can Unleash True Performance