HPC Software Workshop and Seminars 2009

Regensburg, Bayern
Monday, 07 September 2009


Beautiful Regensburg, Germany, site of the Workshop and Seminars

Preliminary Agenda

Sun HPC Software Workshop
September 7-10, 2009

You can view the session abstracts online.

SEMINAR DAY — Monday, September 7, 2009

Time Grid Engine Track
Alpha I
Open Storage Track
Alpha II
HPC & Cloud Development Track
Sun Regensburg Office

Sponsored by Grid Dynamics
09:00-10:00 Registration at Each Seminar Location
10:00-12:00 Grid Engine Admin Training
Chris Dagdigian, BioTeam
Daniel Templeton, Sun
Lustre Deep Dive
Johann Lombardi, Sun
HPC Application Development
Ruud van der Pas, Sun
12:00-13:00 Lunch
13:00-14:00 Grid Engine Admin Training
Chris Dagdigian, BioTeam
Daniel Templeton, Sun
Lustre Deep Dive
Johann Lombardi, Sun
HPC Application Development
Ruud van der Pas, Sun
14:00-16:00 Lustre Deep Dive
Andreas Dilger, Sun
16:00-17:00  
   
After Hours Herbstdult (19:00)

 

Sun HPC Software Workshop
Tuesday, September 8, 2009

Time Grid Engine Track
Alpha
Open Storage Track
Omega I+II
HPC & Cloud Development Track
Omega III+IV

Sponsored by Grid Dynamics
08:00-09:00 Registration
09:00-09:30 Plenary Session: Welcome
Fritz Ferstl, Sun
09:30-10:00 Grid Engine Community Update
Fritz Ferstl, Sun
Lustre Roadmap
Dan Ferber, Sun
Sun Development Tools for High-Performance Computing
Ruud van der Pas, Sun
10:00-10:30 What's New in Grid Engine 6.2
Daniel Templeton, Sun
Lustre in Automotive
Daniel Kobras, science+computing
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11:30 Grid Engine Roadmap
Andy Schwierskott, Sun
Lustre, ZFS, & Data Integrity
Andreas Dilger, Sun
Developing Applications for Performance
Ruud van der Pas, Sun
11:30-12:00 Meet the Grid Engine Team
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:30 Grid Engine Lightning Talks Lustre Investigations at CERN
Arne Wiebalck, CERN
Developing Applications for Parallelism
Ruud van der Pas, Sun
14:30-15:00 Lustre Clustered Metadata
Andreas Dilger, Sun
Using Sun Studio in HPC & Education
Bernd Dammann, Technical University of Denmark
15:00-15:30 Trends in High-Performance Computing
Chris Dagdigian, BioTeam
15:30-16:00 Break
16:00-17:00 Plenary Session: High Performance Computing Software Solution Stacks
Art Beckman, Sun
Bill Bryce, Univa
17:00-17:30 SGE in EDA
Bill Bryce, Univa
Lustre, SGE, & Physics Codes
Rajmund Krivec, J. Stefan Institute
HPC Development on OpenSolaris for Cloud Environments
Bogdan Vasiliu, Sun
17:30-18:00 Green HPC leveraging Sun Grid Engine and scVenus
Jan Wender, science+computing
Oliver Schroeder, science+computing
Meet the Lustre Team
Open Cloud Framework-Open Standards for the Cloud Community
Thijs Metsch, Sun
18:00-18:30 Sun Solutions for Optimizing MD Nastran Performance
Dale Layfield, Sun
  SGE: Why Clouds — A Business Model View
Miha Ahronovitz, Sun
   
After Hours Gala Dinner (19:00)

 

Sun HPC Software Workshop
Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Time Grid Engine Track
Alpha
Open Storage Track
Omega I+II
HPC & Cloud Development Track
Omega III+IV

Sponsored by Grid Dynamics
09:00-09:30 Keynote: The Time is Now for HPC Cloud Computing: Technology Overview and Case Study
Gary Tyreman, Univa
09:30-10:00 Unicluster + SGE
Bill Bryce, Univa
Sun Lustre Storage Server
Torben Kling-Petersen, Sun
Cloud Computing at Sun
Constantin Gonzalez, Sun
10:00-10:30 Execution of SGE Clusters on top of Hybrid Clouds using OpenNebula
Constantino Vazquez, dsa-research, UCM
Lustre at FZ Juelich -- Status and Goals
Otto Buechner, Forschungszentrum Juelich
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11:30 EnginFrame Grid and Cloud Portal
Karsten Gaier, Nice
Sample Lustre Performance Data
Dan Ferber, Sun
Real Time Analytics on the Cloud
Nati Shalom, GigaSpaces
11:30-12:00 Building Grid Engine Clusters in Amazon EC2
Chris Dagdigian, BioTeam
Lustre Performance Tips
Torben Kling-Petersen, Sun
Andreas Dilger, Sun
12:00-13:30 Lunch
13:30-14:00 Grid Engine experience in Finis Terrae
Pablo Rey Mayo, CESGA
Data Management with Shared QFS and Storage Archive Manager (SAM)
Harriett Coverston, Sun
Oracle Coherence: The Data Grid in your Compute Grid
Brian Oliver, Oracle
14:00-14:30 What's next for Grid Engine?
Fritz Ferstl, Sun
Andy Schwierskott, Sun
Miha Ahronovitz, Sun
Daniel Templeton, Sun
14:30-15:00 Lustre Management & Monitoring Tools
Sven Trautman, Sun
Data-aware Routing in the Cloud
Eugene Steinberg, GridDynamics
15:00-15:30 Break
15:30-16:30 Plenary Session: HPC Trends: Technologies, Challenges, and Convergence
Josh Simons, Sun
16:30-17:30 Plenary Session: Jointly Managing Workloads and Data in the Cloud
Eugene Steinberg, GridDynamics
Bill Bryce, Univa
Andreas Dilger, Sun
Brian Oliver, Oracle
Nati Shalom, GigaSpaces
Daniel Templeton, Sun
   
After Hours Guided Tour of Regensburg (18:30)

 

Sun HPC Software Workshop
Thursday, September 10, 2009

Time Grid Engine Track
Alpha
Open Storage Track
Omega I+II
HPC & Cloud Development Track
Omega III+IV

Sponsored by Grid Dynamics
09:00-09:30 Keynote: Grids and Clouds and Cluster HPC: Come together — Right now — Over me
Wolfgang Gentzsch, DEISA
09:30-10:00 Clusters, Clouds, and Service Domain Manager
Torsten Blix, Sun
Michal Bachorik, Sun
Lustre Quota: Current and Future
Johann Lombardi, Sun
Sun HPC ClusterTools and Open MPI Update
Terry Dontje, Sun
10:00-10:30 HDFS-Aware Scheduling With Grid Engine
Daniel Templeton, Sun
10:30-11:00 Break
11:00-11:30 Grid Engine Best Practices
Daniel Templeton, Sun
Lustre Community
Dan Ferber, Sun
ProjectFortress: Run Your Whiteboard
Josh Simons, Sun
11:30-12:30 Plenary Session: Sun HPC System Solutions
Roland Rambau, Sun
12:30-14:00 Lunch and Adjourn
 


Social Activities

Monday September 7
• BMW Tour 12:45pm-5pm -- Meet in conference hotel reception at 12:45pm
• Regensburger Herbstdult -- Traditional Bavarian fair with fun rides, food and beer tents, meet in conference hotel reception at 18:30
Tuesday September 8
• Gala Conference Dinner 7pm -- Conference hotel
Wednesday September 9
• Regensburg City Tours -- Meet as noted below. Three guided tours are offered:
Guided city tour through Regensburg Get to know the Old City, with its patrician towered houses, the cathedral, the Old City Hall (all from the outside), the Stone Bridge and the Roman Porta Praetoria. -- Meeting point: Altes Rathaus (Historic City Hall), Rathausplatz – at 19:00.
Guided tour through the Altes Rathaus (Historic City Hall) Tour through the historic building with its plenary hall and meeting rooms of the Perpetual Parliament and an originally equipped torture chamber. -- Meeting point: Altes Rathaus (Historic City Hall), Rathausplatz – at 19:00. Attendance is limited to 30 persons.
Guided tour through the Palace of Thurn und Taxis View splendid rooms of the princely residence and the cross-coat of the former abbey. -- Meeting point: Emmeramsplatz, at entrance of the Palace – at 19:00. Attendance is limited to 40 persons.

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