OpenHPC: A Comprehensive System Software Stack

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Bob Wisniewski, Chief Software Architect for Exascale at Intel

In this video from the HPC User Forum in Santa Fe, Bob Wisniewski from Intel presents: OpenHPC: A Cohesive and Comprehensive System Software Stack.

OpenHPC is a collaborative, community effort that initiated from a desire to aggregate a number of common ingredients required to deploy and manage High Performance Computing (HPC) Linux clusters including provisioning tools, resource management, I/O clients, development tools, and a variety of scientific libraries. Packages provided by OpenHPC have been pre-built with HPC integration in mind with a goal to provide re-usable building blocks for the HPC community. Over time, the community also plans to identify and develop abstraction interfaces between key components to further enhance modularity and interchangeability. The community includes representation from a variety of sources including software vendors, equipment manufacturers, research institutions, supercomputing sites, and others.”

Intel HPC Orchestrator simplifies the installation, management, and ongoing maintenance of an HPC system by reducing the amount of integration and validation effort required to run an HPC system software stack.

With Intel HPC Orchestrator, based on the OpenHPC system software stack, you can take advantage of the innovation driven by the open source community – while also getting peace of mind from Intel support across the HPC system software stack.

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