Program

CANOPIE-HPC 2019 Workshop Program

Papers: https://conferences.computer.org/sc19w/2019/#!/toc/0


14:00 – 14:05 Introduction to CANOPIE HPC [PDF] – Andrew Younge and Shane Canon

14:05 – 14:35 Evaluation and Benchmarking of Singularity MPI Containers on EU Research e-Infrastructures [PDF] – Victor Sande Veiga, Manuel Simon, Abdulrahman Azab, Giuseppa Muscianisi, Carlos Fernandez, Giuseppe Fiameni, and Simone Marocchi

14:35 – 15:05 Enabling HPC workloads on Cloud Infrastructure using Kubernetes Container Orchestration Mechanisms [PDF] – Angel Beltre, Pankaj Saha, Madhusudhan Govindaraju, Andrew J. Younge, and Ryan E. Grant

15:05 – 15:30 Break – SC19 Workshops

15:30 – 16:00 Long-term Preservation of Repeatable Builds in Occam – David Wilkinson, Luis Oliveira, Daniel Mosse, and Bruce Childers


16:00 – 16:15 KBase: A Platform for Reproducible Bioinformatics Research [PDF] – William J. Riehl, Shane Canon, Jay R. Bolton, Boris Sadkhin, Gavin Price, Paramvir Dehal, Tianhao Gu, Michael Sneddon, and Roman Sutormin

16:15 – 16:30 HPC container runtimes have minimal or no performance impact [PDF] – Alfred Torrez, Timothy Randles, and Reid Priedhorsky

16:30 – 16:45 On-node resource manager for containerized HPC workloads [PDF] – Geoffroy Vallee, Carlos Eduardo Arango Gutierrez, and Cedric Clerget

16:45 – 17:00 A Case for Portability and Reproducibility of HPC Containers [PDF] – Shane Canon and Andrew Younge


17:00 – 17:30 Lightening Talk Session – All

  1. Continuous integration and deployment of HPC workloads, A DevOps approach to scientific workflows [PDF]– Carlos E. Arango
  2. Popper 2.0: A Multi-container Workflow Execution Engine For Testing Complex Applications and Validating Scientific Explorations [PDF] – Quincy Wofford
  3. Running InfiniBand and GPU Accelerated MPI Applications in a Kubernetes Environment [PDF] – Josh Hursey

17:30 – 17:31 Closing Remarks