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 Hunt which starts at our booth. For more details just visit us at our booth.
We are also planning to update the OpenHPC community about what has happened in the last year in our SC’19 Birds of a Feather (BoF) session on Wednesday, November 20th from 12:15pm-1:15pm in room 401-402-403-404. Please join us and let us know if you have any ideas how OpenHPC can be improved, what you do not like about OpenHPC and of course what you like about OpenHPC. We are looking forward to meet you at our OpenHPC Community BoF.
Other OpenHPC related activities throughout the week include:
- On Sunday November16th, OpenHPC TSC member David Brayford will be giving a guided tutorial on “Using Charliecloud to Deploy a Containerized TensorFlow Workflow on a secure HPC system with an OpenHPC Software Stack“ at Intel HPC DevCon.
- 11:00 am – 11:30 am, 3rd Floor Loge, Area “A”
- 11:30 am – 12:00 pm, 3rd Floor Loge, Area “A”
- An OpenHPC Panel on Tuesday, November 19th at One Intel Station from 12:50pm-1:30pm. This panel includes multiple members from the OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee (TSC) and is being held at the Ellie Caulkins Opera House at the Denver Performing Arts Complex.
- OpenHPC: Community Building Blocks for HPC by OpenHPC Chair Karl Schulz at SUSE (booth number 1917) on Tuesday from 3:30 pm – 4:00 pm
- An introduction from OpenHPC TSC member Adrian Reber about running Podman containers in combination with OpenHPC at the Red Hat booth (booth number 1635) on Wednesday, November 20th from 11:30am-12:00pm.
- Dell booth (booth number 913) presentation Wednesday at 3 pm: David Brayford presents “Deploying AI frameworks on large scale secure HPC systems employing components in the OpenHPC software stack.”
- On Friday, November 22 from 9:30am – 9:45am, at booth location 405-406-407, learn about Decoupling OpenHPC Critical Services, presented by representatives from the University of Kentucky.