Tags: HPC

Small Tools for Managing HPC: It’s the Little Things

The HPC world has some amazing “big” tools that help administrators monitor their systems and keep them running, such as the Ganglia and Nagios cluster monitoring systems. Although they are extremely useful, sometimes it is the smaller tools that can help debug a user problem or find system issues...
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How to Measure HPC

Measuring high performance computing can be very powerful for the businesses that rely on it and the end users that directly employ it. Based on NAG’s experience helping organizations with HPC measurement, we have put together this overview of the subject for TOP500 News. Measuring usage and costs...
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Exploring AMD’s Ambitious ROCm Initiative

The open source ecosystem is a vast world of free tools and interacting components: drivers, APIs, compilers, and programming languages. The story of Linux and the open source movement has always been about building this ecosystem and completing the pieces of the puzzle to create a flexible,...
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Intel Takes First Steps To Universal Quantum Computing

Someone is going to commercialize a general purpose, universal quantum computer first, and Intel wants to be the first. So does Google. So does IBM. And D-Wave is pretty sure it already has done this, even if many academics and a slew of upstart competitors don’t agree. What we can all agree on is...
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IBM LInuxONE
Harnessing the power of highly secure, highly scalable, and highly engineered Linux servers can transform the market and change the world.

Electric Cars, Open Source Summit, and Linux Server Innovation

This article was sponsored and written by IBM. The first electric car was produced in the late 19th century, and by 1900 more than a quarter of cars were electric. Then the internal combustion engine took over, and for a century it dominated. Now, however, electric cars are making a comeback, and...
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Kubernetes Meets HPC

In this post, I discuss some of the challenges of running HPC workloads with Kubernetes, explain how organizations approach these challenges today, and suggest an approach for supporting mixed workloads on a shared Kubernetes cluster.  In Kubernetes, the base unit of scheduling is a Pod: one or...
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Unlike Oil and Water, Legacy and Cloud Mix Well

For all the hype about moving applications to the cloud and making legacy apps “cloud-native,” those of us in IT have a poorly-kept secret: legacy systems are alive and well – and they’re not going anywhere anytime soon. Though the cloud promises the cost savings and scalability that businesses are...
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DeepSpade
Tanmay Bakshi discusses DeepSPADE, which can be used to differentiate between spam and non-spam posts on public community forums.

DeepSPADE (alias DeepSmokey): A Machine-Learning System That Collects Spam from the Internet

This blog is about a deep learning system I’ve created, called DeepSPADE (alias DeepSmokey) and how it’s being used to build better Internet communities. To begin, what is DeepSPADE, and what does it do? DeepSPADE stands for Deep Spam Detection, and the basic point is for machine learning to do a...
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NASA Launches Supercomputer Servers into Space

Using off-the-shelf servers, NASA and HPE are devising a way to allow a Mars-bound spacecraft to house an on-board supercomputer. To test the concept, NASA has launched the SpaceX CRS-12 rocket containing HPE’s “Spaceborne Computer” as its payload. According the company, the servers that make up...
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What Developers Need to Consider When Exploring Machine Learning

This is the first article in a five-part series that covers the steps to take before launching a machine learning startup. The complete report, available here, covers how to get started, choose a framework, decide what applications and technology to use, and more.  While artificial intelligence (AI...
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