The CASPER workshop is a annual workshop where FPGA, GPU, and general heterogeneous system programmers get together to discuss new instruments in radio astronomy, as well as the tools and libraries for developing and manipulating these instruments.
The PRP team is able to track the computing (CPU and GPU) usage of each of the 400+ namespaces in PRP’s Nautilus Kubernetes hypercluster, which connects nearly 30 campuses and national laboratories. The PRP Nautilus distributed cyberinfrastructure hosts over 7000 CPU-cores and over 500 32-bit GPUs.
The PRP/NRP/GRP now represents a partnership among more than 50 institutions. Most host Flash I/O Network Appliances (FIONAs), which are Read more…
Datanami recently caught up with Smarr to get his take on how new technologies like Kubernetes and 5G are changing the distributed computing game.
Larry is a physicist and leader in scientific computing, supercomputer applications, and Internet infrastructure. He’ll be speaking about the Pacific Research Platform (PRP), and the Nautilus Project.
Researchers at the University of California San Diego have been applying their high-performance computing expertise by porting the popular UniFrac microbiome tool to graphic processing units (GPUs) in a bid to increase the acceleration and accuracy of scientific discovery, including urgently needed COVID-19 research.
Advanced Global-Scale Networking Supporting Data-Intensive Artificial Intelligence Applications – Larry Smarr – 1-30-2020 – Presentation
Joint Networks Summit – San Diego State University January 30, 2020
Cybersecurity Engagement in a Research Environment Workshop
Rady School of Management, UC San Diego December 5, 2019
The Pacific Research Platform Enables Distributed Big-Data Machine-Learning – 10-15-2019 – Presentation
Keynote: Big Data & Extreme-Scale Computing2 (BDEC2)
San Diego, CA October 15, 2019