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  1. Welcome To The 42stHPC User ForumMeetingSeptember 2011

  2. Important Dates For Your Calendar • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: • International Meetings: • 2011 CEA in France, October 3 & 4 • 2011 HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 6 & 7 • 2012 Imperial College, UK June 5 & 6 • 2012 US Meetings: • 2012 April 16 to 17, Richmond, Virginia • 2012 September 17 to 19, Dearborn, Michigan

  3. Thank You To Our Sponsors! • Gold • Intel • HP • Silver • Altair • AMD • Appro International • Platform Computing • Bronze • Adaptive Computing • Bright Computing • General Atomics • Mellanox • Panasas • Qlogic

  4. DinnerThanks to:General Atomics & Qlogic

  5. Tuesday Dinner Vendor Updates: 10 Minutes • Qlogic • Panasas • Mellanox • General Atomics • DDN • Bright Computing • Appro • AMD • Altair • Adaptive Computing

  6. Welcome To The 42stHPC User ForumMeetingSeptember 2011

  7. DinnerThanks to:General Atomics & QlogicBreakfastThanks to: AMD

  8. Thank You To Our Sponsors! • Gold • Intel • HP • Silver • Altair • AMD • Appro International • Platform Computing • Bronze • Adaptive Computing • Bright Computing • General Atomics • Mellanox • Panasas • Qlogic

  9. Introduction: Logistics • Ask Mary if you need a receipt • 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

  10. www.hpcuserforum.com

  11. New HPC Innovation Award Program:www.hpcuserforum.com/innovationaward/

  12. WelcomeSteve FinnHPC User ForumChairman

  13. Important Dates For Your Calendar • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: • International Meetings: • 2011 CEA in France, October 3 & 4 • 2011 HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 6 & 7 • 2012 Imperial College, UK July 5 & 6 • 2012 US Meetings: • 2012 April 16 to 17, Richmond, Virginia • 2012 September 17 to 19, Dearborn, Michigan

  14. 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

  15. Steve Finn, Cherokee Information Services, 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, Caltech James Kasdorf, Pittsburgh Supercomputing Center Doug Kothe, Oak Ridge National Laboratory Paul Muzio, City University of New York Michael Resch , HLRS, University of Stuttgart Vince Scarafino, Industry Expert Allan Snavely, San Diego Supercomputer Center Steering Committee Members

  16. IDC HPCMarket Update

  17. Top Trends in HPC The global economy in HPC is growing again • 2010 grew by 10%, to reach $9.5 billion • We are forecasting ~7% growth over the next 5 years 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 • 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

  18. IDC Top 10 HPC Predictions for 2011 • The Worldwide Economic Recovery Will Restore HPC Growth • The Battle for HPC Leadership Will Become Increasingly Global and Strategic • More Real-World Applications Will Be Run at Trans-Petaflop Speeds • There May Be More Emphasis on Software…Finally • The Alternative Processor Wars Will Keep Heating Up • The HPC Staffing Shortage Will Grow More Acute • Cloud Computing Will Ramp Up Slowly in HPC, But Will Find a Number of Strong Niches • The HPC Storage Market Will Continue to Grow Faster than the HPC Server Market • InfiniBand Will Continue To Take Market Share from Proprietary Interconnects While Ethernet Remains the Leader • Power and Cooling Will Become an Even Greater Concern

  19. HPC WW Market Results

  20. HPC Vendor Revenue Shares, 2010

  21. 2010 HPC WW Market Results

  22. Revenue Share by VendorSupercomputer Segment

  23. Revenue Share by VendorDivisional Segment

  24. Revenue Share by Vendor Departmental Segment

  25. Revenue Share by VendorWorkgroup Segment

  26. Industry/Application Segments

  27. By Region 1Q201

  28. By Operating System 1Q201

  29. The HPC MarketBeyondThe Servers

  30. The Broader HPC Market

  31. HPC BuyerDriving factors

  32. 2011 Buyer Driving Factors

  33. 2011 Buyer Driving Factors

  34. HPC Market Forecasts

  35. HPC Server Revenue ($M) Forecast

  36. HPC Server Revenue ($M) Forecasts Compared To Last Year

  37. Conclusions • 2010 was a year of return to healthy growth in the worldwide HPC market • IDC predicts the HPC market will continue growth in 2011 and grow by 7% to 9% in 2011 • And then will rebuild to reach $13.5 billion by 2015 • 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 • And could exceed our current forecasts

  38. But There are Still Major Customer Pain Points Software is still the #1 roadblock • Better management software is needed • HPC clusters are still hard to setup and operate • New buyers – require “ease-of-everything” • Parallel software is lacking for most users • Many applications will need a major redesign • Multi-core will cause many issues to “hit-the-wall” Clusters are still hard to use and manage • System management & growing cluster complexity • Power, cooling and floor space are major issues • Third party software costs • Weak interconnect performance at all levels • RAS is a growing issue • Storage and data management are becoming new bottle necks • Lack of support for heterogeneous environment and accelerators

  39. Questions? Please email: hpc@idc.com Or check out: www.hpcuserforum.com

  40. Agenda: Day One Morning • Wednesday, September 7, 2011 • 7:15am Networking Breakfast • 8:00am Welcome, Steve Finn, SharanKalwani and Earl Joseph • Morning Session Chair: Steve Finn • 8:15am HPC Market Update, Earl Joseph and Steve Conway • 8:30am HPC in Materials Science • Tim Germann, LANL • Bobby Sumpter, Oak Ridge National Laboratory • 9:30am - 10:00am Break • Duane Johnson, Ames Laboratory • Charles Robert Welch, US Army Corps of Engineers, Engineers Research & Development Center (ERDC) • 11:00am The 1000 Genomes Project, Skip Garner, Virginia Tech • 11:30am Invited Vendor Technology Updates: Intel and HP • 12:00pm Networking Lunch

  41. AM Break Thanks to: MellanoxLunchThanks to: PlatformPlease Return Promptly at 1:00pm

  42. Thank You To:Platform ComputingFor Lunch

  43. Agenda: Day One Afternoon • Afternoon Session Chair: RupakBiswas • 1:00pm Modeling and Simulation of Large Scale Reactive Systems in Extreme Conditions, Andres Jaramillo-Botero, Caltech • 1:30pm HPC in Materials Science: Best Practices in Managing HPC & Simulation Resources for Improving TTM, Eric Morales, Ping Golf • 2:00pm Successful HPC Cloud Examples: Teri Dewalt, IBM • 2:15pm Microsoft "Azure" Cloud Update, Ryan Waite • 2:30pm Data-intensive Computing at SDSC, Allan Snavely, SDSC • 3:00pm Break • 3:30pm Update on Lustre and OpenSFS, Norm Morse • 4:00pm Panel: The Future of Lustre, Moderator: Paul Buerger • Norm Morse, OpenSFS • Peter Bojanic, Xyratex • Bob Ciotti, NASA Ames • John Josephakis, DDN • Tommy Minyard, TACC • Brent Gorda, Whamcloud • Stephen Simms, Indiana University • 5:00pm Networking Break and Time for 1-on-1 Meetings • 6:30pm Special Reception and Dinner Event

  44. Thank You To:Adaptive ComputingFor The Break

  45. Dinner Logistics • Special Dinner Event • Sponsored by Intel and HP

  46. WelcomeTo Day 2 Of TheHPC User ForumMeeting

  47. DinnerThanks to:Intel and HPBreakfastThanks to: Appro

  48. Thank You To Our Sponsors! • Gold • Intel • HP • Silver • Altair • AMD • Appro International • Platform Computing • Bronze • Adaptive Computing • Bright Computing • General Atomics • Mellanox • Panasas • Qlogic

  49. Important Dates For Your Calendar • FUTURE HPC USER FORUM MEETINGS: • International Meetings: • 2011 CEA in France, October 3 & 4 • 2011 HLRS/University of Stuttgart, October 6 & 7 • 2012 Imperial College, UK July 5 & 6 • 2012 US Meetings: • 2012 April 16 to 17, Richmond, Virginia • 2012 September 17 to 19, Dearborn, Michigan

  50. Agenda: Day Two Morning • 8:10am Welcome, Earl Joseph and Steve Finn • Morning Session Chair: Vince Scarafino • 8:15am IDC Update on New EU HPC Parallel Software Programs and Initiatives • 8:30am Exascale & Heterogeneous Programs and Addressing the Software Issues: • Exascale Opportunities and Challenges, and HECToR update, Andy Jones, NAG • Heterogeneous Systems, SriramSwaminarayan, Los Alamos National Laboratory • The Real Future of HPC Cloud Computing, Jeff Broughton, NERSC • 10:00am - 10:30am Break • The AFRL Heterogeneous Condor Cluster, Mark Barnell, Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL) • 11:00am Panel on Power & Cooling in HPC • Moderator: Tim Carroll, Dell • Janus: A Co-Designed Facility and Supercomputer, Henry M. Tufo, Ph.D. , University of Colorado at Boulder • Power & Cooling Techniques at the Texas Advanced Computing Center, Tommy Minyard, Ph.D. , University of Texas • DIY HPC Clusters: Deploying a high performance compute cluster at Stanford, Steve Jones, Stanford University • 12:00pm Networking Lunch