In this webinar we provide recipes for transitioning scientific workloads that currently run on traditional batch systems to Kubernetes systems.
Fourth National Research Platform (4NRP) February 8-10, 2023 at UC San Diego Tom DeFanti, General Workshop Chair Frank Wuerthwein, Program Chair Susan Rathburn, Local Arrangements Program Committee: Maxine Brown (University of Illinois at Chicago) James Deaton (Great Plains Network) Marla Meehl (UCAR) Lauren Michael (Internet2) Subha Sivagnanam (SDSC) Draft Program: February 8-10, Read more…
The National Research Platform is a partnership of more than 50 institutions, led by researchers at UC San Diego, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, and UC Berkeley and includes the National Science Foundation, Department of Energy, and multiple research universities in the US and around the world.
January 20, 2022 San Diego CA:
In classic UC San Diego fashion, an overheard conversation at a campus coffee cart has turned into an interdisciplinary project that’s making computing-intensive coursework more exciting while saving well over one million dollars so far.
No one predicted the dramatic and sudden shift in the world of work that happened in March of 2020 when COVID shut down offices and the U.S. experienced the mass exodus to a Work-from-Home economy. For many, that shift was a reckoning with inadequate internet capacity for work, school, health care, and entertainment needs and desires.
At SC21 last week, Smarr delivered a racing reprise of this (ongoing) HPC tour de force in his talk, The Rise of Supernetwork Data Intensive Computing. Presented here are a sampling of his comments (lightly edited) and quite a few of his slides.