OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee Announces Release of v1.3.9

The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee is pleased to announce the release of OpenHPC v1.3.9.

This is an update release for the OHPC 1.3.x branch targeting support for CentOS 7.7 and SLES12SP4. This update release provides a number of component updates.

Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.9 and no additional repository enablement should be necessary. Please see the Release Notes and documentation for more detailed ...

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OpenHPC activities at SC ’19

Just as in previous years, OpenHPC will once again be part of SC’19 in Denver. In addition to the OpenHPC booth (booth number 1875), we are inviting our users, contributors and members to our 2nd annual OpenHPC Community Happy Hour on Wednesday, the 20th of November from 5-7pm at the Otra Vez Cantina. New this year in collaboration with several of our project members, there will be an OpenHPC Lego ...

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Learn about Cluster Computing with OpenHPC at HPC Sys Pros

OpenHPC Project Lead Karl Schulz will be presenting at the inaugural HPC Systems Professionals Workshop on Nov. 14.

The workshop is designed as a platform for discussing the unique challenges that come from supporting large-scale, high performance systems.

In this three hour workshop, Karl will participate in a panel on: “Recruiting and Professional Development of HPC Systems Professionals.” In addition he will present on Cluster Computing with OpenHPC.

Find more details here.


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Attend the OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee Meeting at SC’16

The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee will be hosting its regular meeting at SC’16 in Salt Lake City on Wed. at 9am MT at the Salt Lake City Sheraton hotel, Wasatch Room.

Join project Karl Schulz and other SC’16 attendees at the OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee. Each week, the HPC community is invited to participate in discussions on the enhancement of the OpenHPC code base.

  • Directions to the TSC meeting from the SC’16 location
  • Learn more about the TSC here.
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Attend the OpenHPC Community BoF at SC’16

Join OpenHPC project lead Karl Schulz (Intel) and OpenHPC Maintainer David Brayford (LRZ) at SuperComputing 16 for the OpenHPC BoF on Wed., November 16th from 1:30pm – 3pm in 155-A. Learn more here

At this BOF, speakers from the OpenHPC Technical Steering committee will provide a technical overview of the project and near-term roadmaps. We then invite open discussion giving attendees an opportunity to provide feedback on current conventions, packaging, request additional components and configurations, and discuss general future ...

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