SCHEDULE: NOV 16-22, 2013
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RDMA: Scaling the I/O Architecture for Future Applications
SESSION: RDMA: Scaling the I/O Architecture for Future Applications
EVENT TYPE: Panels
TIME: 1:30PM - 3:00PM
SESSION CHAIR: Anne C. Elster
Panelists:Paul Grun, Sudip Dosanjh, Rick Stevens, Gary Grider
The goal for this panel is to bridge the gap between users of large scale machines and the providers of I/O architectures on which they are built. RDMA has been a dominant technology in the evolution of HPC, but since its introduction in 2000 there have been significant changes in the underlying compute model, how those machines are deployed and the ways in which they are used is producing a growing mismatch between user programs and the I/O model. To reach exascale, we have to re-think how I/O is architected. For example, are there opportunities to: - Improve the scalability and reduce the power consumption of data movement to meet exascale requirements? - Improve performance allowing researchers to solve ever-larger problems? - Take advantage of co-processing, multi-core, emerging trends toward large scale solid state devices and other technologies? - Better align I/O systems with important models like distributed shared memory?
Anne C. Elster (Chair) - Norwegian University of Science & Technology / University of Texas at Austin
Paul Grun (Moderator) - Cray Inc.
Sudip Dosanjh - Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
Rick Stevens - Argonne National Laboratory
Gary Grider - Los Alamos National Laboratory