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Altair Acquires HPC Workload Management Specialist Univa

Altair has acquired Univa, an enterprise-grade workload management, scheduling, and optimization solutions company for HPC and artificial intelligence (AI) on-premises and in the cloud. Altair, which designs data analytics, product development, and high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, provides HPC workload and workflow management technology to the manufacturing, weather, research, and government verticals, and is a software provider […]

Virtana Integrates with Pure Storage for Real-Time IT Intelligence  

San Jose – August 27, 2020 – Enterprises are struggling with their IT performance, as almost half (47%) admitted they lack visibility and insight into their systems in a recent survey. In response, Virtana, a leader in enterprise hybrid cloud migration and optimization today announced an integration with Pure Storage, an IT pioneer that delivers storage as-a-service in a […]

2020 OpenFabrics Alliance Workshop – Video Gallery

Welcome to the 2020 OpenFabrics Workshop video gallery. The OpenFabrics Alliance (OFA) is focused on accelerating development of high performance fabrics. The annual OFA Workshop, held in virtual format this year, is a premier means of fostering collaboration among those who develop fabrics, deploy fabrics, and create applications that rely on fabrics. It is the […]

Flatiron Institute Expands beyond 1000 Nodes with Bright Computing Cluster Management Software

The Flatiron Institute, New York, a community of scientists using modern computational tools to advance the basic sciences, is deploying a 320-node addition to its research cluster that will be managed by cluster management software from Bright Computing, maker of Linux cluster automation and management platform for HPC and machine learning. The implementation at Flatiron, […]

SeRC Turns to oneAPI Multi-Chip Programming Model for Accelerated Research

At ISC 2020 Digital, the Swedish e-Science Research Center (SeRC), Stockholm, has announced plans to use Intel’s oneAPI unified programming language by researchers conducting  massive simulations powered by CPUs and GPUs. The center said it chose the oneAPI programming model, designed to span CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs and other architectures and silicon,  to accelerate compute for research using GROMACS (GROningen MAchine for Chemical Simulations) molecular dynamics software, developed by SeRC and first released in 1991

NetApp Deploys Iguazio’s Data Science Platform for Optimized Storage Management

Previously built on Hadoop, NetApp said it was also looking to modernize the service infrastructure “to reduce the complexities of deploying new AI services and the costs of running large-scale analytics. In addition, the shift was needed to enable real-time predictive AI, and to abstract deployment, allowing the technology to run on multi-cloud or on premises seamlessly.”

Increasing HPC Cluster Productivity Through System Resource Tracking

This white paper from Bright Computing, “Increasing HPC Cluster Productivity Through System Resource Tracking” addresses the necessary steps to give administrators, managers, and users the information they need to use HPC system resources effectively, to maximize system productivity, to enable effective resource sharing, to identify waste and to provide charge-back capability.

Podcast: Streamlined Data Science through Jupyter Lab and Jupyter Enterprise Gateway

“Jupyter is a free, open-source, interactive web tool known as a computational notebook, which researchers can use to combine software code, computational output, explanatory text and multimedia resources in a single document. This podcast looks at how the Bright Jupyter integration makes it easy for customers to use Bright for Data Science through JupyterLab notebooks, and allows users to run their notebooks through a supported HPC scheduler, Kubernetes, or on the server running JupyterHub.”

Job of the Week: R&D Operations and Maintenance Lead at Lockheed Martin

Lockheed Martin is seeking an R&D Operations and Maintenance Lead in our Job of the Week. “This position is the CSCF Program’s Operations and Maintenance Lead. This position is responsible for managing a small team of geographically diverse System Administrators in a Research and Development (R&D), Multi User High Performance Computer (HPC), Multi Level Secure (MLS) Data Center on a 5×12 schedule.”

Job of the Week: System Administrator at DE Shaw Research

DE Shaw Research is seeking System Administrators for Servers, Clusters and Supercomputers in our Job of the Week. “Exceptional sysadmins sought to manage systems, storage, and network infrastructure for a New York–based interdisciplinary research group. Ideal candidates should have strong fundamental knowledge of Linux concepts such as file systems, networking, and processes in addition to practical experience administering Linux systems.”