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By: davidbyte

November 10, 2016 2:16 pm

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Every year, starting around the first of July, I spend many hours planning, designing, and coordinating the SUSE presence at the SuperComputing show.  I do this not because it is my official job, but rather because SUSE recognizes my passion for this market and allows me to express that through our booth at the show. One of the main attractions in our booth is the content SUSE Employees, our partners, and occasionally, our customers will present.

This year, I am pleased to present the following sessions in the SUSE Booth(# 4427) which are highlighted in my mind by the session presented about the science and mission of one of the largest systems in the Top 500, Pleiades, operated by the NASA Ames Research Center.

Day Time Session Title Presenter Name Presenter Title Presenter Company
Monday 7pm-9pm  Game
Tuesday 1030 HPCaaS: SGI & SUSE OpenStack Cloud Bryan Gartner HPCaaS
Tuesday 1130 Introducing Univa UniSight 4: Workload-Centric Monitoring, Reporting and Analytics for SUSE Linux Clusters Ian Lumb Solutions Architect Univa
Tuesday 1230 NASA Ames Supercomputing: now and the future William W. Thigpen Advanced Computing Branch Chief NASA Ames
Tuesday 1300 Lenovo Rack Scale Design Pravin Patel Sr. Engineer Staff Member Lenovo
Tuesday 1330 Introduction to OpenHPC Karl Schulz Intel
Tuesday 1400 Software EcoSystem for HPC on ARMv8 Larry Wikelius VP Software Ecosystem and Solutions Group Cavium
Tuesday 1430

Status of the ARM HPC Ecosystem in 2016

Chris Goodyer Principal Software Engineer ARM
Tuesday 1500 SUSE HPC: Going Beyond Kai Dupke Sr. Product Manager SUSE
Tuesday 1600 Is the time right for Ceph in HPC? David Byte Sr. Technology Strategist SUSE
Tuesday 1700 Vojtech’s Thoughts for Today Vojtech Pavlik Director, SUSE Labs SUSE
Tuesday 1730 Daily Awards
Wednesday 1130 Forcing Functions: Enabling HPC with OpenStack Cloud and Ceph Storage Joseph George VP, Solutions Strategy SUSE
Wednesday 1230 Scaling Machine Learning for SUSE Linux Containers, Servers, Clusters and Clouds Ian Lumb Solutions Architect Univa
Wednesday 1300 Lenovo Rack Scale Design Paul Artman & Chris Verne STIC Director & Hardware Architect, STIC Executive Director Lenovo
Wednesday 1400 ThunderX – ARM based Workload Optimized Processor for HPC Application Rishi Chugh Director Product Marketing, Data Center Processor Group Cavium, Inc.
Wednesday 1600 Building Warp Drives with SuSE and NVIDIA Craig Tierney Ph. D. NVIDIA
Wednesday 1700 SUSE HPC: Going Beyond Kai Dupke Sr. Product Manager SUSE
Wednesday 1730 Daily Awards
Thursday 1100 Partners in HPC Leslie Tung Director, SGI Software Product Management SGI
Thursday 1130

Status of the ARM HPC Ecosystem in 2016

Chris Goodyer Principal Software Engineer ARM
Thursday 1200 HPCaaS: SGI & SUSE OpenStack Cloud Bryan Gartner Sr. Technical Strategist, IHV Alliances & SUSE Embedded SUSE
Thursday 1230 Orchestrating Docker Containers within Production HPC Workloads and Workflows: Enhanced Support on SUSE Linux Enterprise Server Platforms via Univa Grid Engine Ian Lumb Solutions Architect Univa
Thursday 1300 HPC Software System Platform: Intel HPC Orchestrator Tom Krueger Sr. Business Development Manager, HPC Software Platform, Data Center Group Intel
Thursday 1430 Daily Awards

 

 

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