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HPC Across the Enterprise: How HPC Transforms the Corporate IT Ecosystem

Thomas Leung, HPC Principal Technologist, GE Global Research

Thomas Leung from the GE Global Research Center presented this talk at the PBS Works User Group. “The commercial world uses significant HPC resources for simulation and product design. An increasing number of HPC systems are deployed in the commercial space and their scale is getting larger and larger. These advanced systems push limits in every aspect of Enterprise IT. Accommodating such systems within the enterprise is a challenge, and there have been many recent changes to enterprise IT infrastructures and architectures resulting from the need to support HPC.”

Video: PBS and Scheduling at NCI – The past, present and future


“A university environment can be a challenge in many ways, with a wide variety of differing demands from more than a hundred different research groups, so how can a High Performance Computing group hope to meet the requirements of everyone? In this presentation I’ll explore some of the drivers for the HPC services we run at Imperial College London and how this maps onto our PBS Professional configuration. My talk will also cover how we use different features of PBS Pro and what advantages and benefits they give to us.”

TSUBAME2: How to Manage a Large GPU-Based Heterogeneous Supercomputer

Dr. Satoshi Matsuoka, University of Tokyo

Satoshi Matsuoka gave this talk at the PBS Works User Group this week. “The Tokyo Tech. TSUBAME2 supercomputer is one of the world’s leading supercomputer, ranked as high as #4 in the world on the Top500 and recognized as the “greenest supercomputer in the world” on the Green 500. With the GPU upgrade in 2013, it still sustains high performance (5.7 Petaflops Peak) and high usage (nearly 2000 registered users). However, such performance levels have been achieved with pioneering adoption of latest technologies such as GPUs and SSDs that necessitated non-traditional strategies in resource scheduling.”

South Africa’s CHPC Builds a Better Infrastructure with Altair PBS Works

CHPC South Africa

At the Centre for High-Performance Computing (CHPC) in South Africa, the mission is to enable cutting-edge research by supporting the highest levels of HPC available. That means ensuring researchers – who often are not experienced with computers let alone HPC systems – to get their work done with the HPC getting in the way.

Great Speakers Lined Up for PBS Works User Group


Today Altair published the agenda for their PBS Works User Group Meeting, which takes place Sept. 14-17 in Silicon Valley. At the event, engineers, IT administrators, cluster managers, and users of HPC systems will have the opportunity to learn from and collaborate with the best minds in supercomputing.

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.

Altair Architects for Exascale with PBS Professional 13.0

Altair Logo Stacked

At Supercomputing 2014 in New Orleans, Altair announced key features for PBS Professional 13.0, scheduled to launch in Q1 2015. The new version will take scalability to the next level, with massive jumps in supported system size, job dispatch speed and throughput; users will also benefit from key resilience, flexibility and scheduling improvements.

Big Savings with Multi-level Security in Altair PBS Pro


“Red Hat Enterprise Linux features tight integration with SELinux, which enables the platform’s native configurations to offer Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), data labeling, and continuous monitoring of security controls.”