Video: HPC Networking in the Real World

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In this video from the 2019 OpenFabrics Workshop in Austin, Jesse Martinez from Los Alamos National Laboratory presents: HPC Networking in the Real World.

High speed networking has become extremely important in the world of High Performance Computing. As parallel processing capabilities increases and storage solutions increase in capacity, the network must be designed and implemented in a way to keep up with these trends. Los Alamos National Laboratory (LANL) has a very diverse use of high speed fabrics within its environment, from the compute clusters, to the storage solutions. This keynote/introduction session to the Sys Admin theme at the workshop will focus on how LANL has made use of these diverse fabrics to optimize and simplify the notion of data movement and communication to obtain these results for scientists solving real world problems.”

The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) is committed to accelerating the development of high performance fabrics. The annual OFA Workshop is the premier means of fostering collaboration among those who develop fabrics, deploy fabrics, and create applications that rely on fabrics. It is the only event of its kind where fabric developers and users can discuss emerging fabric technologies, collaborate on future industry requirements, and address problems that exist today.

Jesse Martinez is the HPC Network Technical Lead at Los Alamos National Laboratory.

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