The initiative “Towards a new generation of Big Data & HPC Applications” has a new appointment. This time, for a conversation about the problems in HPC infrastructures in terms of storage for intensive processing of large amounts of data. In these environments, today’s storage systems suffer from performance and contention fluctuations generated by running multiple concurrent applications.
Speaker Ricardo Macedo, research assistant at the Institute of Systems and Computer Engineering, Technology and Science (INESC TEC), and moderator Todd Evans, associate researcher at the Texas Advanced Computing Center (TACC), will bring to the debate how to build portable and generally applicable Software-Defined Storage data planes.
On May 5, at 3 pm, will also be discussed ways to improve the performance of data access in HPC environments.
More information about the session and registration at BigHPC