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Welcome To The 38 th HPC User Forum Meeting HLRS October 2010. Important Dates For Your Calendar . FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: International Meetings: HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 7/8, 2010 SARA Computing & Networking Services, Amsterdam, October 11/12, 2010

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Welcome to the 38 th hpc user forum meeting hlrs october 2010

Welcome To The 38thHPC User ForumMeetingHLRS October 2010


Important dates for your calendar

Important Dates For Your Calendar

  • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS:

  • International Meetings:

    • HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 7/8, 2010

    • SARA Computing & Networking Services, Amsterdam, October 11/12, 2010

    • Beijing, China, October 30th

  • 2011 US Meetings:

    • April 5 to 7, Houston, Texas

    • September 6 to 8, San Diego, California


Introduction logistics

Introduction: Logistics

  • We have a very tight agenda (as usual)

    • Please help us keep on time!

  • Review handouts

    • Note: We will post most of the presentations on the web site

    • Please complete the evaluation form


Hpc user forum mission

HPC User Forum Mission

  • To Improve The Health Of The

  • High-performance Computing Industry

  • Through Open Discussions, Information-sharing And Initiatives Involving

  • HPC Users In Industry, Government And Academia

  • Along With HPC Vendors

  • And Other Interested Parties


Hpc user forum goals

HPC User Forum Goals

  • Assist HPC users in solving their ongoing computing, technical and business problems

  • Provide a forum for exchanging information, identifying areas of common interest, and developing unified positions on requirements

    • By working with users in other sectors and vendors

    • To help direct and push vendors to build better products

    • Which should also help vendors become more successful

  • Provide members with a continual supply of information on:

    • Uses of high end computers, new technologies, high end best practices, market dynamics, computer systems and tools, benchmark results, vendor activities and strategies

  • Provide members with a channel to present their achievements and requirements to interested parties


Steering committee members

Steve Finn, BAE Systems, Chairman

SharanKalwani , KAUST, Vice Chairman

Earl Joseph, IDC, Executive Director

Vijay Agarwala, Penn State University

Alex Akkerman, Ford Motor Company

Doug Ball, The Boeing Company

RupakBiswas NASA/Ames

Paul Buerger, Avetec

Steve Conway, IDC Research Vice President

Jack Collins, National Cancer Institute

Jeff Broughton. NERSC/Lawrence Berkeley National Lab

Merle Giles, NSCA/University of Illinois

Chris Catherasoo, NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory

James Kasdorf, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center

Doug Kothe, Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Paul Muzio, City University of New York

Michael Resch , HLRS, University of Stuttgart

Marie-Christine Sawley, ETH Zurich - CERN Group

Vince Scarafino, Industry Expert

Robert Singleterry, NASA/Langley

Steering Committee Members


Idc hpc market update

IDC HPCMarket Update


Top trends in hpc

Top Trends in HPC

The global economy in HPC appears to have leveled off

  • The first half of 2010 grew by 2%

  • We are forecasting 3% to 5% growth in 2010

  • The high end of the market grew by 65% in 2009!

    Major challenges for datacenters:

  • Power, cooling, real estate, system management

  • Storage and data management continue to grow in importance

    Software hurdles will rise to the top for most users

  • Driven heavily by multi-core processors and hybrid systems

  • Application scaling and performance is a problem

  • SSDs will gain momentum and could redefine storage

  • GPUs are seeing real tractions in certain verticals

  • The worldwide Race on Petascale is in full speed


  • Hpc server market size by competitive segments first half of 2010

    HPC Server Market Size By Competitive Segments (first half of 2010)

    HPC Servers $4,131M

    Workgroup

    (under $100K)

    $699M

    Supercomputers

    (Over $500K)

    $1,386M

    Divisional

    ($250K - $500K)

    $572M

    Departmental ($250K - $100K)

    $1,474M


    Hpc market results revenues and system units

    HPC Market Results: Revenues and System Units


    Hpc vendor revenue shares q210

    HPC Vendor Revenue Shares, Q210


    Revenue share by vendor supercomputer segment q210

    Revenue Share by Vendor Supercomputer Segment, Q210


    Hpc server processor sockets metrics first half of 2010

    HPC Server Processor/Sockets Metrics, First Half of 2010


    Industry application segments

    Industry/Application Segments


    Hpc server revenue k forecast 2008 2014

    HPC Server Revenue($K) Forecast 2008 - 2014


    Growth in the broader hpc market

    Growth In The Broader HPC Market


    Conclusions

    Conclusions

    • 2010 is a year of evolutionary rather than revolutionary change in the worldwide HPC market

      • Incremental advances will help, but not resolve persistent issues, such as highly parallel programming challenges, power and cooling costs, and software licensing costs

    • IDC predicts the HPC market will resume growth in 2010 and grow by 3% to 5% in 2010

      • And then will rebuild to exceed $11 billion by 2014

    • The recovery will benefit HPC segments unevenly:

      • With hard-hit verticals such as automotive recovering more slowly than oil and gas, or government and academia

      • The Supercomputer segment growth will remain turbo-charged by government spending aimed at HPC leadership and “petaflop club” membership


    Questions

    Questions?

    Please email:

    [email protected]

    Or check out:

    www.hpcuserforum.com


    Agenda day one

    Agenda: Day One

    • 12:45HPC User Forum Welcome/Introductions, Steve Finn and Earl Joseph

    • 13:00HLRS Welcome/Introductions, Michael Resch

    • 13:15HPC in Europe from a PRACE Perspective, Thomas Eickermann

    • 13:45Ideas About the Future of HPC in Europe, Bernhard Fabianek

    • 14:15HPC Industrial Partnerships, Merle Giles, NCSA

    • 14:45Vendor Technical Update, Microsoft New HPC Directions

    • 15:00Break

    • 15:30HPC in Japan, Dr. Toshikazu Takada

    • 16:00Vendor Technology Update, T-Platforms

    • 16:15Daimler Research Update, LinaLonghitano

    • 16:45IDC EU HPC Recommendations for Leadership

    • 17:00HPC at EXTOLL, Mondrian Nuessle

    • 17:30After Meeting Socializing

    • 18:30End of First Day


    Welcome to day 2 of the hpc user forum meeting

    WelcomeTo Day 2 Of TheHPC User ForumMeeting


    Important dates for your calendar1

    Important Dates For Your Calendar

    • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS:

    • International Meetings:

      • HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 7/8, 2010

      • SARA Computing & Networking Services, Amsterdam, October 11/12, 2010

      • Beijing, China, October 30th

    • 2011 US Meetings:

      • April 5 to 7, Houston, Texas

      • September 6 to 8, San Diego, California


    Agenda day two

    Agenda: Day Two

    • 9:00Welcome/Logistics, Earl Joseph and Steve Finn, BAE Systems

    • 9:10A Perspective on HPC, Michael Resch, HLRS

    • 9:30The PRACE industrial offer preview, Stefan Wesner, HLRS

    • 9:55ASCS/Porsche End User HPC Site Update, Erich Schelkle

    • 10:20High Performance Computing for Flight Projects at JPL, Chris Catherasoo, NASA JPL

    • 10:45PRACE Industry Activities, Dr. Stefan Wesner

    • 11:00Break

    • 11:35SimTech and Industry, Wolfgang Ehlers

    • 12:00HPC Usage for Industrial-Relevant Combustion Problems, BenedettoRisio, RECOM

    • 12:30 HPC Research Using Jaguar at ORNL, Don Maxwell

    • 12:55Wrap up and plans for future HPC User Forum meetings, Earl Joseph and Steve Finn

    • 1:00Farewell and Lunch


    Agenda day two1

    Agenda: Day Two

    • 11:35SimTechand Industry, Wolfgang Ehlers

    • 12:00HPC Usage for Industrial-Relevant Combustion Problems, BenedettoRisio, RECOM

    • 12:30 HPC Research Using Jaguar at ORNL, Don Maxwell

    • 12:55Wrap up and plans for future HPC User Forum meetings, Earl Joseph and Steve Finn

    • 1:00Farewell and Lunch


    Important dates for your calendar2

    Important Dates For Your Calendar

    • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS:

    • International Meetings:

      • HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 7/8, 2010

      • SARA Computing & Networking Services, Amsterdam, October 11/12, 2010

      • Beijing, China, October 30th

    • 2011 US Meetings:

      • April 5 to 7, Houston, Texas

      • September 6 to 8, San Diego, California


    Thank you for attending the 38 th hpc user forum meeting

    Thank YouFor Attending The 38thHPC User ForumMeeting


    Questions1

    Questions?

    Please email:

    [email protected]

    Or check out:

    www.hpcuserforum.com


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