High Performance Computing, GRIDS and clouds

 

 

An International Advanced Workshop

 

CetraroItaly, June 21 – 25, 2010

 

Main Aim

High Performance Computing (HPC) and distributed systems (Grids, Clouds) are increasingly central to information infrastructure globally, including developing countries. The underlying technologies and services enabled by HPC, Grids, and Clouds have become fundamental tools for scientific research, industrial production and both government and industry decision-making. Whereas the Internet and the World Wide Web dominated the technical strategy landscape in the 1990’s and early part of the 21st century, today HPC, Grids, and Clouds are being integrated into both commercial and government strategies.

 

Significant energy and financial resources have been invested by governments and the private sector to build appropriate infrastructure, policy, and human skills to harness the benefits of these technologies. Yet, despite many spectacular accomplishments and demonstrations, these tools are still underutilized by many academic schools, industrial companies and government entities.

 

There have been successful examples, particularly in research, of globally connecting individual computers into large distributed virtual systems to solve compute- and data-intensive problems in physics, chemistry, life sciences, astronomy, engineering, etc. Cloud services have similarly proven ideal for organizations without sufficient economy of scale to operate in-house systems cost-effectively, or for problems with highly variable workload. Among the challenges to more widespread adoption of Cloud services in academia and government, especially associated with HPC, are a mix of both perceived and actual issues of security, privacy, accountability and control, and cost given very large and continuous compute and transfer workloads.

 

Concurrent to Grid and Cloud issues is the challenge of achieving Petascale computing through the use of highly parallel Multicore architectures. Following successful transition from vector to massively parallel software architectures in the 1990’s is need to adapt algorithms and strategies to move from thousands to hundreds of thousands of cores. Increasingly, energy costs are factoring into HPC strategies to the degree that universities and government organizations are examining dedicated Cloud services purely as an economic strategy.

 

Finally, HPC systems – including those integrated with Grid and Cloud technologies – are ushering in an era of massive data sets and strategies for management and analysis.

 

The aim of the Workshop is to discuss the future developments in the HPC technologies, and to contribute to assess the main aspects of Grids and Clouds, with special emphasis on solutions to grid  and cloud computing deployment.

 

The HPC Advanced Workshops in Cetraro have brought together international leaders from academia, government, and industry continuously on a biennial basis since 1992, with two of the initial workshops sponsored by NATO.

 


 Workshop Topics

·        General Issues in High Performance Computing

·        Advanced Technologies for Petaflops and Exaflops Computing

·        Emerging Computer Architectures and their Performance

·        Programming Models

·        HPC and Green Computing

·        Languages and Compilers for Parallel and multi-core systems

·        Parallel Software Tools and Environments

·        Distributed Systems and Algorithms

·        Parallel Multimedia Computing Technologies

·        Hybrid CPU + GPU Computing

·        Innovative Applications in Science and Industry

·        High Performance Computing for Commercial Applications

·        General Issues in Grid and Cloud Computing

·        Grid and Cloud Scheduling, Service Level Agreements, and Policy Management

·        Grid and Cloud Computing for the Enterprise: security, system life cycle management, reliability, accountability, and the resolution of barriers


 Programme

Over forty invited papers will be presented at the workshop. Keynote overview talks will be given together with research presentations.

Despite significant investments in HPC science and technology there are many technical and economic challenges that limit the use of HPC computers. Examples of such challenges are:

(a)    limited parallel software portability;

(b)   unclear cost performance metric for parallel computing;

(c)    expensive reengineering of the sequential legacy software for HPC, Grids and Clouds;

(d)   difficult parallel programming;

(e)    scaling application performance to thousands of processors or cores.

If we consider the TOP500 supercomputers currently in use we will see that the predominant architecture of these machines is a cluster system. In comparison to clusters MPPs and vector computers are a minority. This trend may or may not continue.

It will be interesting to see the development of software tools in scientific and commercial HPC environments and how they will continue to be able to support efficient application operation on more and more complex systems.

Several sessions on Grids and Clouds will play an important role in the workshop programme; invited speakers from different sectors, public and private, will debate the most critical issues related to the grid and cloud development strategies for Research and Enterprise.


 International Programme Committee

Frank Baetke

Global HPC Technology

Hewlett Packard

Richardson, TX, U.S.A.

 

Charlie Catlett

Argonne National Laboratory

and

University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

U.S.A.

 

Jack Dongarra

Innovative Computing Laboratory

Computer Science Dept.

University of Tennessee

Knoxville, TN

U.S.A.

 

Iain Duff

Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

United Kingdom

and

CERFACS

France

 

Ian Foster

Math & Computer Science Div.

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne, IL

and

Dept of Computer Science

The University of Chicago

Chicago, IL

U.S.A.

 

Geoffrey Fox

Community Grid Computing Laboratory

Indiana University

Bloomington, IN

U.S.A.

 

Wolfgang Gentzsch

The DEISA Project

and

Open Grid Forum

GERMANY

 

Lucio Grandinetti

Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems

University of Calabria

ITALY

 

Chris Jesshope

Faculty of Science

Informatics Institute

University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam

NETHERLANDS

 

Gerhard Joubert

Technical University Clausthal

Germany

 

Carl Kesselman

University of Southern California

Information Sciences Institute

Marina del Rey

Los Angeles, CA

U.S.A.

 

Janusz Kowalik

University of Gdansk

POLAND

formerly

The Boeing Company

U.S.A.

 

Thomas Lippert

Institute for Advanced Simulation

Juelich Supercomputing Centre

Juelich

GERMANY

 

Miron Livny

Computer Sciences Dept.

University of Wisconsin

Madison, Wisconsin

U.S.A.

 

Ignacio Llorente

Distributed Systems Architecture Group

Dpt. de Arquitectura de Computadores y Automática

Facultad de Informática

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

SPAIN

 

Alberto Masoni

INFN – National Institute of Nuclear Physics - Italy

EU-IndiaGrid2

ITALY

 

Satoshi Matsuoka

Department of Mathematical and Computing Sciences

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tokyo

JAPAN

 

Paul Messina

Argonne Leadership Computing Facility

Argonne, IL

U.S.A.

 

Silvio Migliori

ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment

Roma

ITALY

 

Daniel Reed

Microsoft Research

Chapel  Hill, NC

U.S.A.

 

Gilad Shainer

Mellanox Technologies

and

HPC Advisory Council

Sunnyvale, CA

U.S.A.

 

Peter Sloot

University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam

THE NETHERLANDS

 

Domenico Talia

Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems

University of Calabria

ITALY

 


 Organizing Committee
 

Ř      J. DONGARRA                     (USA)

Ř      L. GRANDINETTI                 (ITALY)

Ř      M. ALBAALI                         (SULTANATE OF OMAN)

Ř      M.C. INCUTTI                      (ITALY)

Ř      M. SHEIKHALISHAHI         (IRAN)

Ř      M. DEVARE                          (INDIA)

Ř      V. TURCHENKO                  (UKRAINE)

 


 Sponsors

MICROSOFT

 

 

 

 

AMD

BULL

 

 

HEWLETT PACKARD

 

 

IBM

 

 

MELLANOX TECHNOLOGIES

 

 

T-PLATFORMS

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Amazon Web Services

 

 

CLUSTERVISION

 

 

CRS4  Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia

 

 

ENEA - Italian National Agency for New Technologies, Energy and the Environment

 

 

EUINDIAGRID

 

 

Harvard Biomedical HPC

 

 

HPC Advisory Council

 

 

IEEE Computer Society

 

 

Inside HPC

 

 

INSTITUTE FOR THEORETICAL COMPUTER SCIENCE - Tsinghua University, China

 

 

INTEL

 

 

JUELICH SUPERCOMPUTING CENTER, Germany

 

 

KISTI -Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information

 

 

NEC

 

 

NICE

 

 

Platform Computing

 

 

SCHOOL of COMPUTER SCIENCE and TECHNOLOGY- Huazhong University, China

 

 

TABOR COMMUNICATIONS – HPC Wire

 

 

T-Systems

 

 

UNIVERSITY OF CALABRIA, Italy

 

 

 

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 Speakers

Paolo Anedda

CRS4 Center for Advanced Studies, Research and Development in Sardinia

Cagliari

ITALY

Piotr Arlukowicz

University of Gdansk

POLAND

Marcos Athanasoulis

Harvard Medical School

Harvard University

USA

Frank Baetke

Global HPC Technology

Hewlett Packard

Richardson, Texas

USA

Bruce Becker

South African National Grid

Pretoria

SOUTH AFRICA

Gianfranco Bilardi

Dept. of Electronics and Informatics

Faculty of Engineering

University of Padova

Padova

ITALY

George Bosilca

Innovative Computing Lab

University of Tennessee

Knoxville

USA

Marian Bubak

University of Science and Technology

Krakow

POLAND

and

Informatics Institute, University of Amsterdam

Asmterdam

THE NETHERLANDS

Charlie Catlett

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne, IL

USA

Mathias Dalheimer

Fraunhofer Institute for Industrial Mathematics

GERMANY

Tim David

Centre for Bioengineering

University of Canterbury

Christchurch

NEW ZEALAND

Manoj Devare

Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems

University of Calabria

Rende, CS

ITALY

Sudip S. Dosanjh

SANDIA National Labs

Albuquerque, NM

USA

Skevos Evripidou

Department of Computer Science

University of Cyprus

Nicosia

CYPRUS

Jose Fortes

Advanced Computing and Information Systems (ACIS) Lab

and

NSF Center for Autonomic Computing (CAC)

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL

USA

Ian Foster

Argonne National Laboratory

and

Dept. of Computer Science

The University of Chicago

Argonne & Chicago, IL

USA

Guang Gao

University of Delaware

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering

Newark, Delaware

USA

Alfred Geiger

T-Systems Solutions for Research GmbH

Stuttgart

GERMANY

Wolfgang Gentzsch

DEISA Distributed European Infrastructure for Supercomputing Applications

and

OGF

GERMANY

Vladimir Getov

School of Electronics and Computer Science

University of Westminster, London

UNITED KINGDOM

Dror Goldenberg

Mellanox Technologies

Sunnyvale, CA

USA

Jean Gonnord

CEA - The French Nuclear Agency

Choisel

FRANCE

Sergei Gorlatch

Universität Münster

Institut für Informatik

Münster

GERMANY

Lucio Grandinetti

Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems

University of Calabria

Rende, CS

ITALY

Weiwu Hu

Institute of Computing Technology

Chinese Academy of Sciences

Beijing

CHINA

Christopher Huggins

ClusterVision

Amsterdam

THE NETHERLANDS

Chris Jesshope

Informatic Institute, Faculty of Science

University of Amsterdam

Amsterdam

THE NETHERLANDS

Peter Kacsuk

MTA SZTAKI

Budapest

HUNGARY

Carl Kesselman

Information Sciences Institute

University of Southern California

Marina del Rey, Los Angeles, CA

USA

Janusz Kowalik

University of Gdansk

POLAND

Valeria Krzhizhanovskaya

St. Petersburg State Polytechnic University

RUSSIA

and

University of Amsterdam

THE NETHERLANDS

Marcel Kunze

Karlsruhe Institute of Technology

Steinbuch Centre for Computing

Karlsruhe

GERMANY

Tim Lanfear

NVIDIA Ltd

Reading

UNITED KINGDOM

Simon Lin

Academia Sinica Grid Computing (ASGC)

Institute of Physics

Taipei

TAIWAN

Thomas Lippert

Juelich Supercomputing Centre

Juelich

GERMANY

Miron Livny

Computer Sciences Dept.

University of Wisconsin

Madison, WI

USA

Ignacio Llorente

Dpt. de Arquitectura de Computadores y Automática

Facultad de Informática

Universidad Complutense de Madrid

Madrid

SPAIN

Satoshi Matsuoka

Dept. of Mathematical and Computing Sciences

Tokyo Institute of Technology

Tokyo

JAPAN

Timothy G. Mattson

Intel Computational Software Laboratory

Hillsboro, OR

USA

Paul Messina

Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne, IL

U.S.A.

Ken Miura

Center for Grid Research and Development

National Institute of Informatics, Tokyo

JAPAN

Leif Nordlund

AMD

SWEDEN

Jean-Pierre Panziera

Extreme Computing Division

Bull

FRANCE

Christian Perez

INRIA

FRANCE

Raoul Ramos Pollan

CCETA-CIEMAT Computing Center

SPAIN

B. B. Prahlada Rao

Programme SSDG

C-DAC Knowledge Park

Bangalore

INDIA

Ulrich Rüde

Lehrstuhl fuer Simulation

Universitaet Erlangen-Nuernberg

Erlangen

GERMANY

Bernhard Schott

Platform Computing

Frankfurt

GERMANY

Satoshi Sekiguchi

Information Technology Research Institute

National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology

JAPAN

Alex Shafarenko

Dept. of Computer Science

University of Hertfordshire

Hatfield

UNITED KINGDOM

Mark Silberstein

Technion-Israel Institute of Technology

Haifa

ISRAEL

Leonel Sousa

INESC

and

TU Lisbon, Lisbon

PORTUGAL

Domenico Talia

Dept. of Electronics, Informatics and Systems

University of Calabria

Rende, CS

ITALY

Dmitry Tkachev

T-Platforms

Moscow

RUSSIA

Amy Wang

Institute for Theoretical Computer Science

Tsinghua University

Beijing

CHINA

Robert Wisniewski

IBM  Watson Research Center

Yorktown Heights, NY

USA

Matt Wood

Amazon Web Services

Amazon

UNITED KINGDOM

Hongsuk Yi

Supercomputing Center

KISTI Korea Institute of Science and Technology Information

Daejeon

KOREA

 

 

 

 



 Proceedings

All contributions to the Workshop are invited original research papers not previously published.

It is planned to publish a selection of papers presented at the Workshop in a Proceedings Volume or in a well established international journal.

 

 


 Registration fees

NO REGISTRATION FEES ARE REQUIRED FOR PARTICIPANTS OF THE WORKSHOP.

This policy encourages wide Workshop participation in order to increase awareness of the scientific aspects and practical benefits of HPC Technology, Grids and Clouds, to facilitate professional relations and to create technology transfer opportunities.


 Participation

Since the number of participants will be limited, an early application is recommended.

 

Please use the Registration form here attached.

 

The workshop will be held at the Grand Hotel San Michele, a charming Hotel on the Tyrrhenian coast of Southern Italy with surrounding green park, golf facilities and private beach.

The Hotel is very close to a fisherman village named Cetraro, near Cosenza, a city of Southern Italy (for more, see the next title, “Local Arrangements”).

The number of rooms available at the Hotel is limited, AN EARLY BOOKING IS RECOMMENDED.

Please visit the Accommodation page for explanation and for the reservation form.


 Local Arrangements

Information as well as accommodation and other local arrangements will be handled by the workshop Secretariat:

Mrs. Debora Minardi

Mrs. Maria Teresa Guaglianone

Dipartimento di Elettronica Informatica e Sistemistica - Universitŕ della Calabria

87036 Rende, Cosenza, Italy

Phone ++39 984 494731

Fax ++39 984 494847

e-mail: lugran @ unical . it

 

Logistic information

 

How to reach Cetraro

 

Local sightseeing

 


 Workshop Address

Enquiries about the technical programme and applications for participation in the workshop should be sent to:

 

HPC Workshop 2010

Prof. Lucio Grandinetti

Dipartimento Elettronica, Informatica, Sistemistica – Universitŕ della Calabria

87036 Rende - Cosenza - Italy

Phone: +39-984-494731

Fax: +39-984-494847

e-mail: lugran @ unical. it

 


 Website Updating

The info given in this website and the relevant links are updated day by day.

Therefore, the interested people are invited to visit the site frequently.

 

The final programme of the Workshop HPC 2008 is available on the website http://www.hpcc.unical.it/hpc2008/, for inspection by those people who wish to have a flavour of the HPC Workshop’s structure and style.

 


 Workshop Agenda

Monday, June 21st

 

Session I

State of the art and future scenarios

9:00 – 9:15

Welcome Address

9:15 – 9:50

I. Foster

Thinking outside the box: How cloud, grid, and services can make us smarter

9:50 – 10:25

C. Jesshope

General-purpose parallel computing - a matter of scale

10:25 – 11:00

G. Gao

Dataflow Models for Computation. State of the Art and Future Scenarios

11:00 – 11:30

Coffee Break

11:30 – 12:05

R. Wisniewski

Software Challenges and Approaches for Extreme-Scale Computing

12:05 – 12:40

S. Matsuoka

Hetero – Acceleration the Yellow Brick Road onto Exascale?

12:40 – 12:50

Concluding Remarks

Session II

Emerging computer systems and solutions

17:00 – 17:25

F. Baetke

Standards-based Peta-scale Systems – Trends, Implementations and Solutions

17:25 – 17:50

D. Goldenberg

Driving InfiniBand Technology to Petascale Computing and Beyond

17:50 – 18:15

A. Geiger

Status and Challenges of a Dynamic Provisioning Concept for HPC-Services

18:15 – 18:45

Coffee Break

18:45 – 19:10

D. Tkachev

Clustrx: A New Generation Operating System Designed for HPC

19:10 – 19:35

C. Huggins

Managing complex cluster architectures with Bright Cluster Manager

19:35 – 20:00

B. Schott

DGSI: Federation of Distributed Compute Infrastructures

20:00 – 20:10

Concluding Remarks

 

 

Tuesday, June 22nd

 

Session III

Advances in HPC technology and systems I

9:00 – 9:25

S. Dosanjh

Exascale Computing and the Role of Co-design

9:25 – 9:50

J.P. Panziera

Beyond the Petaflop

9:50 – 10:15

V. Getov

Component-oriented Approaches for Software Development and Execution in the Extreme-scale Computing Era

10:15 – 10:40

S. Sekiguchi

Development of High Performance Computing and the Japanese planning

10:40 – 11:05

T. Lippert

PRACE: Europe's Supercomputing Research Infrastructure

11:05 – 11:35

Coffee Break

11:35 – 12:00

T. Mattson

The future of many core processors: a Tale of Two Processors

12:00 – 12:25

L. Nordlund

AMD current and future solutions for HPC Workloads

12:25 – 12:50

S. Evripidou

The Data-Flow model of Computation in the Multi-core era

12:50 – 13:00

Concluding Remarks

Session IV

Advances in HPC technology and systems II

17:00 – 17:25

G. Bilardi

Network Oblivious Algorithms

17:25 – 17:50

G. Bosilca

Distributed Dense Numerical Linear Algebra Algorithms on massively parallel heterogeneous architectures

17:50 – 18:15

P. Anedda

Mixing and matching virtual and physical HPC clusters

18:15 – 18:45

Coffee Break

18:45 – 20:00

PANEL DISCUSSION 1

 

Challenges and opportunities in exascale computing

 

Chair: P. Messina

Panelists: S. Dosanjh, J. Gonnord, D. Goldenberg, T. Lippert, J.P. Panziera, R. Wisniewski, S. Sekiguchi, S. Matsuoka

 

 

Wednesday, June 23rd

 

Session V

Grid and cloud technology and systems

9:00 – 9:25

M. Livny

Distributed Resource Management: The Problem That Doesn’t Go Away

9:25 – 9:50

D. Talia

Service-Oriented Distributed Data Analysis in Grids and Clouds

9:50 – 10:15

P. Kacsuk

Integrating Service and Desktop Grids at Middleware and Application Level

10:15 – 10:40

J. Fortes

Cross-cloud Computing

10:40 – 11:05

V. Krzhizhanovskaya

Dynamic workload balancing with user-level scheduling for parallel applications on heterogeneous Grid resources

11:05 – 11:35

Coffee Break

Session VI

Cloud technology and systems I

11:35 – 12:00

C. Catlett

Rethinking Privacy and Security: How Clouds and Social Networks Change the Rules

12:00 – 12:25

I. Llorente

Innovations in Cloud Computing Architectures

12:25 – 12:50

M. Kunze

The OpenCirrus Project. Towards an Open-source Cloud Stack

12:50-13:00

Concluding Remarks

Session VII

Cloud technology and systems II

16:30 – 17:00

M. Wood

Orchestrating the Cloud: High Performance Elastic Computing

17:00 – 17:25

M. Devare

A Prototype implementation of Desktop Clouds

17:25 – 17:50

M. Silberstein

Mechanisms for cost-efficient execution of Bags of Tasks in hybrid cloud-grid environments

17:50 – 18:15

M. Dalheimer

Cloud Computing and Enterprise HPC

18:15 – 18:45

Coffee Break

18:45 – 20:00

PANEL DISCUSSION 2

 

State of the Cloud: Early Lessons Learned With Commercial and Research Cloud Computing

 

Chair: C. Catlett

Panelists: I. Foster, I. Llorente, M. Dalheimer, M. Kunze

 

 

Thursday, June 24th

 

Session VIII

Infrastructures, tools, products, solutions for HPC, grids and clouds

9:00 – 9:25

A. Wang

PAIMS: Precision Agriculture Information Monitoring System

9:25 – 9:50

T. Mattson

Design patterns and the quest for General Purpose Parallel Programming

9:40 – 10:15

W. Hu

A Multicore Processor Designed for Petaflops Computation

10:15 – 10:40

L. Sousa

Efficient Execution on Heterogeneous Systems

10:40 – 11:05

T. Lanfear

High-Performance Computing with NVIDIA Tesla GPUs

11:05 – 11:35

Coffee Break

11:35 – 12:00

J. Kowalik

Hybrid Computing for Solving High Performance Computing Problems

12:00 – 12:50

P. Arlukowicz

An Introduction to CUDA Programming: A Tutorial

12:50 – 13:00

Concluding Remarks

Session IX

National and international HPC, grid and cloud infrastructures and projects

16:30 – 16:55

K. Miura

Cyber Science Infrastructure in Japan

- NAREGI Grid Middleware Version 1 and Beyond -

16:55 – 17:20

R. Ramos Pollan

The road to sustainable eInfrastructures in Latin America

17:20 – 17:40

B. Becker

The South African National Grid: Blueprint for Sub-Saharan e-Infrastructure

17:40 – 18:00

B.B. Prahlada Rao

GARUDA: Indian National Grid Computing Initiative

18:00 – 18:30

Coffee Break

18:30 – 18:50

S. Lin

Building e-Science and HPC Collaboration in Asia

18:50 – 19:10

M. Bubak

PL-Grid: the first functioning National Grid Initiative in Europe

19:10 – 19:35

W. Gentzsch

DEISA and the European HPC Ecosystem

19:35 – 20:00

H. Yi

HPC Infrastructure and Activity in Korea

20:00 – 20:10

Concluding Remarks

 

 

Friday, June 25th

 

Session X

Challenging applications of HPC, grids and clouds

9:00 – 9:25

C. Kesselman

The Grid as Infrastructure for Sharing BioMedical Information: The Biomedical Informatics Research Network

9:25 – 9:50

T. David

System Level Acceleration for Multi-Scale Modelling in Physiological Systems

9:50 – 10:15

M. Athanasoulis

Building shared HPC facilities: the Harvard Orchestra experience

10:15 – 10:40

S. Gorlatch

Towards Scalable Online Interactive Applications on Grids and Clouds

10:40 – 11:05

U. Ruede

Simulation and Animation of Complex Flows Using 294912 Processor Cores

11:05 – 11:35

Coffee Break

11:35 – 12:00

A. Shafarenko

Asynchronous computing of irregular applications using the SVPN model and S-Net coordination

12:00 – 12:25

M. Bubak

Towards Collaborative Workbench for Science 2.0 Applications

12:25 – 12:50

C. Perez

On High Performance Software Component Models

12:50 – 13:00

Concluding Remarks