“You may be in for some SC14 sticker shock compared to past years. Available conference hotel rooms start at $184 per night, plus taxes, and go all the way up to $264 per night. In fact, the place I stayed in the French Quarter the last time we were in New Orleans has doubled to $300 per night.”
In this podcast, Michael Feldman and Addison Snell from Intersect360 Research discuss the 2014 Oil & Gas Workshop at Rice University. Following that, they take a look WOS 360, the latest in Object Storage technology from DDN.
In this video from the PRACE Winter School 2014 in Tel Aviv, Ofri Wechsler from Intel presents: Developing the HPC Compute Cores of Tomorrow.
With Cloud HPC, the time to get the hardware is now 15 minutes, the time to get rid of the hardware is 15 minutes, as opposed to a couple of weeks, or a couple of months, and three or four years of depreciation. So it is a tremendous advantage: being able to relinquish the hardware is actually equally as important as the acquisition time, because it allows you to experiment now. [Read More...]
As opposed to common enterprise workloads, where each server may solve a multitude of problems concurrently, individual servers in a HPC system exchange messages with other servers at high rates of speed in order to collaboratively solve a single — but huge — problem. Even in a university environment, HPC deployments can grow to thousands of individual servers. [Read More...]
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