CCL grad student Kyle Sweeney is presenting two papers at the ScienceCloud/IWAC workshop at HPDC 2018.
Early Experience Using Amazon Batch for Scientific Workflows gives some of practical experience using Amazon Batch for scientific workflows, comparing the performance of straight EC2 virtual machines against Amazon Batch and overlaying the WorkQueue system on top of virtual machines.
Efficient Integration of Containers into Scientific Workflows explores different methods of composing container images into complex workflows, in order to make efficient use of shared filesystems and data movement.
Monday, June 4, 2018
Two of our CCL grad students are off to internships this summer:
Nick Hazekamp will be in Geneva at CERN working with Jakob Blomer and the CVMFS group to develop methods for migrating high throughput workloads to HPC centers, while still making use of the global CVMFS filesystem.
Charles Zheng will be at Alibaba working on high throughput workloads running on container orchestration systems.