OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee Announces Release of v1.3.6.

The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee is pleased to announce the release of OpenHPC, v1.3.6.

This is an update release for the OHPC 1.3.x branch targeting support for CentOS 7.5 and SLES12SP3. This update release provides a number of component updates along with a number of additions (dimemas, extrae, geopm, msr-safe, opencoarrays, and paraver). This release also introduces a new compiler variant (gnu8) with matching runtimes and libraries.

Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will ...

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OpenHPC’s Karl Schulz to Present at the 6th Annual MVAPICH User Group

Join OpenHPC Project Lead Karl Schulz (University of Texas, Austin) as he delivers the latest community updates on the open-source HPC stack: OpenHPC at the 6th Annual MVAPICH User Group (MUG) Meeting on August 8, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio.

  • What: OpenHPC: Community Project Updates
  • Where: Ohio Supercomputer Center Bale Theater, MVAPICH User Group, Columbus, Ohio
  • When: Aug. 8 – 9:30 – 10:00

 

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Join us for the OpenHPC Workshop, Part of Open Source Summit North America

Join OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee maintainer Reese Baird for an OpenHPC workshop as part of Open Source Summit North America.

Register before Aug 4, 23:59 PST and save $150 off the entire conference pass

OpenHPC Workshop

  • Date: Tuesday, August 28
  • Time: 9:00 am – 12:00 pm
  • Location: Room 206, Vancouver Convention Centre West
  • Registration Costs: Included as part of OSS-NA registration; Pre-registration required

Get your own distributed computing cluster up and running with OpenHPC — the community driven software stack ...

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OpenHPC in action at the Arm Architecture HPC Workshop

OpenHPC is making a rare West Coast appearance we are excited to share with you this free event!

Join OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee member Renato Golin as well as OpenHPC members Huawei, RedHat, SUSE, Riken, Sandia, and ARM and more at this free workshop on Thursday 26th July at Huawei, 2330 Central Expressway, Santa Clara, CA 95050

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Congratulations to the 2018-19 OpenHPC TSC

OpenHPC is pleased to announce that the members of the Technical Steering Committee (TSC) have selected the individuals to serve as its 2018-19 members.

The 2018-19 Members are listed below with their professional affiliation. new members are in italics:
MAINTAINER

  • Adrian Reber    (Red Hat)
  • Chris Downing    (Red Oak Consulting)
  • Craig Gardner    (SUSE)
  • Cyrus Proctor    (TACC)
  • David Brayford    (LRZ)
  • Janet Lebens    (Cray)
  • Kevin Pedretti    (Sandia)
  • Michael Karo    (Altair)
  • Nam Pho    (Harvard Medical Center)
  • Nirmala Sundararajan    (Dell EMC)
  • Paul Peltz Jr.    (LANL)
  • Reese Baird    (Intel)
  • Takayuki Okamoto    (Fujitsu)
  • Thomas Moschny    (ParTec Cluster Competence Center)

End-User/Site Representative Nominees

  • Chris Simmons ...
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OpenHPC Announces Release of Version 1.3.5

The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee is proud to announce the release of version 1.3.5.

This is an update release for the OHPC 1.3.x branch targeting support for CentOS 7.5 and SLES12SP3. This update release provides a number of component updates, rebuilds of older compiler/MPI variants using our updated dependency schema for dynamic libraries, and one new addition (Charliecloud).

Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.5 ...

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The Institute for Theoretical Physics (IFT) UAM-CSIC Joins OpenHPC

HPC in the IFT:

The HPC resources are key facilities to several areas of research in Theoretical Physics, including precision calculations in the Standard Model and its possible extensions, predictions for New Physics searches at the Large Hadron Collider, Quantum ChromoDynamics, simulations and studies of the Large Scale Structure of the Universe, Dark Matter and Dark Energy research etc…
IFT’s main HPC system, running OpenHPC, generates a large number of publications in high-impact ...

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OpenHPC v1.3.4. Released

OpenHPC is pleased to announce the Technical Steering Committee has released OpenHPC, v1.3.4.
This is an update release for the OHPC 1.3.x branch targeting support for CentOS 7.4 and SLES12SP3. This update release provides several new installation recipes, a number of component updates, and three new additions  (Likwid, MFEM, and NHC).
Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.4 and no additional repository enablement should be necessary. ...
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Bright Computing Announces Support for OpenHPC Project

Bright Computing today announced it has joined the Linux Foundation and will participate in the OpenHPC Community project. The latest release of Bright Cluster Manager provides the ability for Bright customers to easily integrate OpenHPC libraries and packages for use within a Bright cluster.

“Bright Cluster Manager is arguably the best commercial cluster management software in the market today, and we’re constantly looking for new ways to extend our reach and allow more and more organizations to use it in ...

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Delivering on the Promise of OpenHPC

Note: This content originally appeared on HPCWire

The appeal of High Performance Computing (HPC) is undeniable in many use cases like scientific research and real time financial market analysis. However, it can be a challenge to build an HPC stack from scratch. Large IT departments with expert staff can do it, but even they usually want to find easier, faster ways to bring HPC to life.

Contributors to the OpenHPC Collaborative community – like Dell EMC and others – have rewarded ...

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