Conference Reports

HPC on Wall Street As mentioned, Cluster Monkey has been attending the HPC & Other on Wall Street meetings and exposition since they began. The event is a great way to meet vendors and learn the latest news happenings on the HPC in finance front (especially those of us on the east coast ). Like before it will take place at the Roosevelt Hotel in NYC.

The Conference Program is posted and it looks to a good day and half of leading edge HPC presentations. The show is focusing on the following themes:

  • Artificial Intelligence Use Cases for HPC
  • Hybrid and Cloud Computing HyperScale Use Cases
  • Data Analytics Use Cases for HPC
  • Containerization and Microservices in HPC
  • Cyber Analytics for Hyperscale Environments
  • Global Blockchain Use Cases in HPC

For those on the east coast and beyond, the event will take place on Wednesday and Thursday, September 11 and 12 at the Roosevelt Hotel in New York City. See you there!

Massive Storage Systems and Technology Conference (MSST) Announces Distinguished Keynoters and 5-Day Agenda of Notable Speakers At-scale storage in the age of AI and next gen storage to dominate 35th annual conference agenda.

Santa Clara, California, April 8, 2019 – The Massive Storage Systems and Technology Conference (MSST) today announced keynote speakers Margo Seltzer and Mark Kryder, along with a five-day agenda of invited and peer research talks and tutorials, May 20-24 in Santa Clara, California. Now on its 35th conference, MSST is the premiere large-scale storage conference that focuses on current challenges and future trends in distributed storage system technologies, drawing a diverse group of system designers and implementers, storage architects, researchers, and vendors from both industry and academia.

Beowulf Community to be Featured in SC 30th Anniversary Exhibit with Historical Documentary and 3D Printing Demonstration

Entire Beowulf cluster to be built start to finish during Supercomputing using 3D printing.

Dallas, Texas, October 31 2018 — The Beowulf community will be featured prominently in the SC 30th Anniversary Exhibit at SC18 in Dallas November 12–15 to celebrate 30 years of SC and 25 years of the Beowulf Project. Beowulf is a methodology that uses open software to connect a local cluster of commodity-grade hardware into a single processing element. What began as a disruptive idea in 1993 has fundamentally changed the trajectory of supercomputing, and its influence has filtered down into nearly every aspect of High Performance Computing (HPC) today.

[Editors Note: Thanks to John for reporting in from JuliaCon 2018.]

Julia Con 2018 took place at London University College and the Microsoft Reactor space in Hoxton last week. The conference saw the release of the 1.0 version of the language.

My main impression is that Julia is being used in production for a wide range of uses. What follows is a small selection of keynotes and talks which impressed me. All of the conference talks are available in this YouTube playlist .

The Julia language reached the important milestone of a 1.0 release on Wednesday (August 8th). During a party in the rather swish Institute for Engineering and Technology overlooking the Thames in London, the founders of the Julia language performed a live push of the 1.0 version to Gitbub.

The significance is that the Julia language has often been criticized for changing the language in ways which break old code at minor version number changes. The recent 0.7 version was intended as a preview of 1.0, i.e. there would be no breaking changes between 0.7 and 1.0. Version 0.7 lasted around a month, and there was a lot of traffic on the Julia discussion board on how packages are being slowly updated to 0.7 compatibility. Now with version 1.0 we can look forward to a stable language - so if you have not looked at Julia yet this is the ideal time to try it.

[Note: check out the official Julia 1.0 Blog post]

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