Disaggregated Heterogeneous Architectures
DescriptionThis BoF will be a forum to discuss most recent topics of research around disaggregated heterogeneous architectures, their operation and use. “Disaggregated” aka “modular supercomputing” refers to a system-level architecture in which heterogeneous resources are organized in partitions or modules, each one with a different type of node-configuration. This approach is gaining traction in the HPC landscape, with Perlmutter, Lumi, JUWELS and MeluXina representing just some examples. This BoF discusses the challenges seen by operators, vendors, developers of system software, programming models and tools, as well as application developers when adapting their codes to make use of such machines.
Birds of a Feather
TimeWednesday, 16 November 202212:15pm - 1:15pm CST
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