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
- 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 for High Performance Computing (HPC). Before you get into AI, bigdata, or modeling you need a base layer of HPC. Learn from OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee member and project maintainer Reese Baird on how to get OpenHPC up and running. Participants will get a hands experience installing a bare metal instance of OpenHPC on clustered Intel NUCs to see how easy it is to get started.
Reese Baird, systems engineer at Intel for the past five years, previously worked for over a decade as a scientist and systems engineer at Los Alamos National Laboratory and Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory. He graduated from University of Texas, Austin with a degree in computer science.