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Center for Experimental Research in Computer Systems Georgia Institute of Technology Ohio State University Fall 2008 IAB Meeting. Karsten Schwan, Calton Pu, Douglas Blough, Sudhakar Yalamanchili Jay Ramananathan Rajiv Ramnath. IUCRCERCS NSF Industry University Co-operative Research Center.

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Center for Experimental Research in Computer SystemsGeorgia Institute of TechnologyOhio State UniversityFall 2008 IAB Meeting

Karsten Schwan, Calton Pu, Douglas Blough, Sudhakar Yalamanchili

Jay Ramananathan

Rajiv Ramnath

IUCRCERCS NSF Industry University Co-operative Research Center

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Mission

Lead the innovation of systems, computing, and information technologies, to further the development of the interactive and distributed information services of the future, and to create the intellectual capital that can advance these technologies and fuel future discoveries.

Enterprise

Scientific Grid

Remote and Mobile Access

Information anytime, anywhere 

Seamlessness!

Quality!

Security!

Robustness!

Timeliness!

Mobile/Pervasive

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Extended Mission

  • Educational:
    • Seed new curricula at GT and serve as a curricular resource for educational institutions worldwide
    • Business models for curricular and professional education delivery
    • Training of graduate students through the administration of an extensive internship program
  • Outreach:
    • Work with our alumni to create new opportunities and build networks
    • Service to the broader community
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Strategic Thrusts - Highlights

  • Scientific/Technical Computing – `Big Data’: Scalable, Reliable Access:
    • GT: IHPCL Laboratory (Intel and NVIDIA donations for a Heterogeneous Virtualized Multicore (HVM) Platforms Lab – Cell, GPU, and Tolopai platforms); Intel`Larrabee’ and NVIDIA for Architecture Lab
    • DOE: ORNL, Sandia: High Performance I/O initiative; involvement with startups; joint proposals and joint research/interns
    • Cisco (MPI and IB); IBM/Intel (IBM OCR: managed multicore systems, Intel: multicore education and HVM); RNet (Ohio) communication processor design; LogicBlox (Atlanta); ICE (Atlanta)
    • News: CPES SciDac role; MMCS workshop; new funding for HVM (HP,IBM,Intel), for curriculum work; HPC I/O Initiative receives new ORNL/NSF support; exascale dimensions explored in joint work with Labs and with HP; broader plans - ORNL; SC conference
strategic thrusts highlights
Strategic Thrusts - Highlights
  • Embedded Systems/Computer Architecture: Focus on Multicore:
    • Boeing (testing);
    • IBM/Intel (lightweight methods for virtualizing multicore systems; system-level power management; computer architecture – new faculty)
    • Motorola (virtualizing mobile platforms)
    • Netronome (network appliances)
    • Federal: pervasive applications (transportation, robotics); Cyberphysical Systems and RealWorld Computing programs
    • IBM, Intel, HP (heterogeneous virtualized multicore systems(HVM) – integrated accelerators (Cell, FPGA, GPU -> Larrabee, network processors -> Tolopai)
    • Sony (gaming applications; startup company – tool chains)
    • Samsung (Star Center) and STI center - separate efforts
    • News: Embedded Systems Week in Atlanta (Wayne Wolf); Increased engagement with Motorola (VP visit) with focus on virtualization/multicore

throughput,

response times

image quality,

end-to-end delay,

jitter, loss rate

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Data Base

Application Logic

Middle-tier

Front - end

Proxy Server

I n t e r n e t

Strategic Thrusts - Highlights
  • Enterprise Computing – Clean Information: Adaptive, Trusted, Sustainable:
    • Cisco, Netronome (network appliances; IB, QoS, network, and device virtualization)
    • IBM, Intel, OSISoft (critical enterprise cloud computing (CECCS); autonomics in virtualized systems; SOA; I/O virtualization; trusted passages/reliable operation; coordinated power management; `Green Cloud’ effort joint with ME)
    • TCS (failure diagnosis and fault containment)
    • HP (automated deployment; scalable, open source datacenter management and monitoring infrastructures; maintainability; sustainability)
    • Worldspan (runtime behavior/fault detection/QoI management; new focus on multicore)
    • ICE (high performance financial applications)
    • LogicBlox (dynamic code generation - efficient data queries, acceleration architectures)
    • VMWare (working with ESXServer sources, VirtualCenter); numerous summer interns
    • News: IBM SUR on Critical Enterprise Cloud Computing Systems (CECCS); new NSF-funded project on data privacy in healthcare (McKesson, Childrens Hospital); collaboration with Center on Comprehensive Informatics (Emory); ATT Labs; NetApp
cercs personnel
CERCS Personnel
  • Faculty
    • Mustaque Ahamad, Mostafa Ammar, Doug Blough, Nate Clark, Tom Conte, Greg Eisenhauer, Nick Feamster, Richard Fujimoto, Ada Gavrilovska, Jon Giffin, Alexander Gray, Mary Jean Harrold, Hyesoon Kim, Hsien-Hsin Lee, Wenke Lee, Ling Liu, Gabriel Loh, Alex Orso, Henry Owen, Santosh Pande, Milos Prvulovic, Calton Pu, Kishore Ramachandran, Jay Ramanathan (Ohio State), Rajiv Ramnath (Ohio State), George Riley, David Schimmel, Karsten Schwan, Rich Vuduc, Matthew Wolf, Hongyan Zha, Sudhakar Yalamanchili, (Ellen Zegura), new faculty in security and computational science
  • Associated Faculty/Researchers
    • Tucker Balch (Robotics), Patrick Bridges (UNM), Robert Butera, Steve DeWeerth, Constantinos Dovrolis, Irfan Essa, Phil Hutto, Byron Jeff (Clayton State), Scott Klasky (ORNL), Kang Li, Sung Kyu Lim, Arthur Maccabe (UNM), Pete Manolios (Northeastern), Vincent Mooney, Jeff Nichols (ORNL), Kalyan Perumalla (ORNL), Jeff Vetter (ORNL), Patrick Widener (UNM)
industrial relations
Industrial Relations
  • IUCR CERCS Center
    • Contributors (GT): Boeing, Cisco, Delta, DOE, HP, IBM, Intel, LogicBlox, Motorola, Netronome, OSISoft, TCS, Travelport (Worldspan); more in Ohio (see later)
    • Industry Workshops and Industrial Advisory Board
  • Joint initiatives - e.g., joint work with CHREC UFL, expansion to Ohio State (joint curriculum/facility efforts), planned expansion to UNM
  • Internship Program
    • Amazon, ATT, CISCO, Dell, Delta, (DoCoMo), DOE (ORNL, Sandia), Google, HP, IBM, Intel, Microsoft, Motorola, NetApp, (Radisys), TCS, VMWare, TravelPort (Worldspan), Yahoo
  • Evolving relationships:
    • Amazon, ATT, DoCoMo, Microsoft, NetApp, NVIDIA, QualComm, Raytheon,RNet, VMWare, Yahoo, Xilinx