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SC ’10 Disruptive Technology Posters

November 30, 2010
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Thanks to those who visited the Virtualization for HPC booth at SC ’10 in New Orleans. Since many people requested copies of the posters, we’ve made them available here. Note that these PDF were designed to be printed as large posters and can therefore be zoomed to read the contents in detail. Each PDF file is less than 2 MB. VMware Virtualization Poster OSU Virtualization Poster UnivaUD / Deopli Virtualization Poster ORNL Virtualization Poster

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SC ’10 Wrap-up

November 19, 2010
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SC ’10 Wrap-up

It is Thursday evening here in New Orleans and SC ’10 is mostly done, though there is some interesting content scheduled for tomorrow as well. The exhibits have been take down and shipped (see a short time-lapse video I shot here ) and relative calm has descended. Except over on Bourbon Street, of course. This is my overview blog post. I will post a series of more detailed follow-on entries over the next few days. Julia Austin has posted her first-time impressions of the conferenceĀ  here . I’ve attended most of the SC conferences since 1988, but this one was different for me because I was primarily responsible for organizing a booth on the show floor. A group of organizations,...

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Video Available: ISC Cloud ’10 in Frankfurt

November 2, 2010
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A video of my talk atĀ  ISC Cloud ’10 in Frankfurt, Germany is now available here . The running time is about 30 minutes. Title and Abstract The Benefits & Challenges of Virtualizing HPC in the Cloud (and Elsewhere) Virtualization is the enabling substrate for Cloud Computing. As such, it brings an array of benefits and challenges to the concept of Clouds for HPC from both a manageability and performance perspective. From this talk, participants will gain a good understanding of the current state of performance for virtualized HPC applications as well as the prospects for further future performance improvements over the next few years. In addition, the primary value propositions for virtualization in HPC will be covered from the perspective of...

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