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1 Welcome To The 28 th HPC User Forum Meeting April 2008

2 Monday Events Monday afternoon: We are using a new format of doing an end-user survey and an extended IDC market update All participants will receive a copy of the report executive summary Let us know how you like the new approach Monday Evening Vendor Technology Updates

3 Thank You To Cray For Dinner!

4 Monday Dinner Vendor Updates Qlogic, Data Direct Networks, Cray, Intel, NetApp, Panasas, SGI, SiCortex, Appro, Mellanox, Mathworks, Luxtera, Hitachi

5 Please Or check out: Questions?

6 Welcome To The 28 th HPC User Forum Meeting April 2008

7 Thank You To Cray For Dinner!

8 Thank You To SiCortex For Breakfast

9 Introduction: Logistics Ask Mary if you need a receipt Meals and events Tuesday dinner plans We are trying a new approach of timing each presentation Please help us keep on time! Review handouts Agenda Attendee list ISC08 flyer Meeting notes, evaluation form and user survey

10 Important Dates For Your Calendar HPC User Forum Meetings: September 8 to 10, 2008 –Tucson, Arizona October 13 to 16, 2008 –University of Stuttgart (Oct 13/14) –Imperial College, London (Oct 16) ISC08 in Dresden, Germany June 17 to 20, 2008 Supercomputing08 in Austin November 17 to 21, 2008

11 Organizations Attending The April 2008 HPC User Forum Meeting

12 Agenda: Day One, Tuesday Morning 8:10am Introductions and welcome by Paul Muzio, Vernon Turner and Earl Joseph 8:20am KEYNOTES: CFD TRENDS IN AEROSPACE AND FUTURE HPC REQUIREMENTS, Doug Ball, Boeing 8:50amKEYNOTES: THE CREATE PROGRAM -- DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF HPC APPLICATION SOFTWARE, Doug Post, DoD HPCMP 9:30am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (CFD AND FEA) * FULL SHIP SHOCK TEST MODELING, E. Thomas Moyer, Naval Surface Warfare Center 10:00amShort vendor technology updates (IBM, Microsoft, Sun) 10:30am Break (event sponsored by Appro) 10:45am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (continued) * DESIGN OF ADVANCED ROTORCRAFT SYSTEMS, Matt Floros, Army Research Laboratory * APPLICATION OF HPC TO SHIP AIR WAKE EFFECTS, Susan Polsky, Naval Air Weapons Center 11:45amHPC USER UPDATE: HPC AT ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Bob Rosner 12:00pm Lunch (event sponsored by NetApp)

13 IDC HPC Market Update

14 HPC: Strong Growth Since 2002 HPC hit an all-time high of $11.5 billion in % CAGR in server factory revenue over last 4 years Clusters continue to gain shares across all segments

15 New Approach For Competitive Segments (2007 Data) Departmental ($250K - $50K) $4.2B Divisional ($250K - $500K) $1.8B Supercomputers (Over $500K) $3.0B Workgroup (under $100K) $2.6B HPC Servers $11.5B

16 HPC Revenue by New Competitive Segments

17 Vendor Shares in 2007

18 Total HPC Revenue by Processor Type X86 based systems took a 72% share in 2007!

19 Total HPC Revenue by OS Linux systems accounted for 74% of the total revenue in 2007!

20 HPC Technical Computing Compared To All Other Servers

21 HPC Compares to All Servers

22 Why Has Technical Computing Grown So Quickly? 1.Price and price/peak performance of clusters has redefined the cost of technical computing –>6x better than RISC, >70x better than vectors 2.At the same time, live science and live engineering costs have escalated –Plus time-to-solution is months faster with simulations 3.Global competitiveness is driving R&D and better product designs -- Even for SMBs 4.At the same time, x86 performance on many technical applications is weaker than RISC or vectors –Driving buyers to purchase a larger number of processors 5.New materials and approaches require rewriting the books and tables which takes years – making simulations a faster solution –e.g. nano technologies, new metals/plastics/composites –e.g. use of multidisciplinary physics and combined analysis

23 New HPC Research Areas Extreme Computing Adding performance and price/performance to Qview New end-user Qview Workgroup MCS Market share by application/industry HPC Storage special analysis report series Data Center assessment and benchmarking

24 Please Or check out: Questions?

25 Agenda: Day One, Tuesday Morning 8:10am Introductions and welcome by Paul Muzio, Vernon Turner and Earl Joseph 8:20am KEYNOTES: CFD TRENDS IN AEROSPACE AND FUTURE HPC REQUIREMENTS, Doug Ball, Boeing 8:50amKEYNOTES: THE CREATE PROGRAM -- DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF HPC APPLICATION SOFTWARE, Doug Post, DoD HPCMP 9:30am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (CFD AND FEA) * FULL SHIP SHOCK TEST MODELING, E. Thomas Moyer, Naval Surface Warfare Center 10:00amShort vendor technology updates (IBM, Microsoft, Sun) 10:30am Break (event sponsored by Appro) 10:45am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (continued) * DESIGN OF ADVANCED ROTORCRAFT SYSTEMS, Matt Floros, Army Research Laboratory * APPLICATION OF HPC TO SHIP AIR WAKE EFFECTS, Susan Polsky, Naval Air Weapons Center 11:45amHPC USER UPDATE: HPC AT ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Bob Rosner 12:00pm Lunch (event sponsored by NetApp)

26 Thank You To Appro For The Break

27 Agenda: Day One, Tuesday Morning 8:10am Introductions and welcome by Paul Muzio, Vernon Turner and Earl Joseph 8:20am KEYNOTES: CFD TRENDS IN AEROSPACE AND FUTURE HPC REQUIREMENTS, Doug Ball, Boeing 8:50amKEYNOTES: THE CREATE PROGRAM -- DEVELOPING THE NEXT GENERATION OF HPC APPLICATION SOFTWARE, Doug Post, DoD HPCMP 9:30am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (CFD AND FEA) * FULL SHIP SHOCK TEST MODELING, E. Thomas Moyer, Naval Surface Warfare Center 10:00amShort vendor technology updates (IBM, Microsoft, Sun) 10:30am Break (event sponsored by Appro) 10:45am THE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (continued) * DESIGN OF ADVANCED ROTORCRAFT SYSTEMS, Matt Floros, Army Research Laboratory * APPLICATION OF HPC TO SHIP AIR WAKE EFFECTS, Susan Polsky, Naval Air Weapons Center 11:45amHPC USER UPDATE: HPC AT ARGONNE NATIONAL LABORATORY, Bob Rosner 12:00pm Lunch (event sponsored by NetApp)

28 Lunch Break Thanks to NetApp Please Return Promptly at 1:00pm

29 Thank You To NetApp For Lunch

30 Agenda: Day One, Tuesday Afternoon 1:00pm PANEL ON HPC STORAGE TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS, Moderator: Steve Finn, BAE Systems 2:15pmCOUNCIL ON COMPETITIVENESS HPC UPDATE, Suzy Tichenor 2:45pmBreak (event sponsored by EMC) 3:00pmTHE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (continued) * THE ROLE OF CFD IN AIRCRAFT STORES CERTIFICATION, Scott Morton, USAF SEEK EAGLE Office * PRESENT CHALLENGES IN NASA AEROSCIENCES DISCIPLINE, Dave Schuster, NASA-Langley * ADVANCED MESHING TECHNIQUES FOR FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION, Andrew Johnson, Digital Rocket Science 4:15pmShort vendor technology updates (HP, EMC, Mitrionics) 4:45pmHPC APPLICATION SOFTWARE CONSORTIUM SUMMIT, Bob Graybill, USC–ISI 5:05pm IHEC (INTEGRATED HIGH END COMPUTING) PROGRAM UPDATE, Candy Culhane 6:00pm SPECIAL DINNER EVENT (HP and AMD)

31 Thank You To EMC For The Break

32 Agenda: Day One, Tuesday Afternoon 1:00pm PANEL ON HPC STORAGE TRENDS AND DIRECTIONS, Moderator: Steve Finn, BAE Systems 2:15pmCOUNCIL ON COMPETITIVENESS HPC UPDATE, Suzy Tichenor 2:45pmBreak (event sponsored by EMC) 3:00pmTHE USE OF HPC IN COMPUTATIONAL FLUID DYNAMICS AND STRUCTURES (continued) * THE ROLE OF CFD IN AIRCRAFT STORES CERTIFICATION, Scott Morton, USAF SEEK EAGLE Office * PRESENT CHALLENGES IN NASA AEROSCIENCES DISCIPLINE, Dave Schuster, NASA-Langley * ADVANCED MESHING TECHNIQUES FOR FLUID STRUCTURE INTERACTION, Andrew Johnson, Digital Rocket Science 4:15pmShort vendor technology updates (HP, EMC, Mitrionics) 4:45pmHPC APPLICATION SOFTWARE CONSORTIUM SUMMIT, Bob Graybill, USC–ISI 5:05pm IHEC (INTEGRATED HIGH END COMPUTING) PROGRAM UPDATE, Candy Culhane 6:00pm SPECIAL DINNER EVENT (HP and AMD)

33 HP and AMD Sponsored Dinner Event

34 Please Or check out: Questions?

35 Welcome To Day 2 Of The HPC User Forum Meeting

36 Thank You To HP and AMD For Dinner

37 Thank You To Microsoft For Breakfast

38 Important Dates For Your Calendar HPC User Forum Meetings: September 8 to 10, 2008 –Tucson, Arizona October 13 to 16, 2008 –University of Stuttgart (Oct 13/14) –Imperial College, London (Oct 16) ISC08 in Dresden, Germany June 17 to 20, 2008 Supercomputing08 in Austin November 17 to 21, 2008

39 Agenda: Day Two, Wednesday Morning 8:00amINVITATION TO JOIN IN THE NEXT HPC EUROPEAN MEETINGS, Simon Burbidge NEW OIL/GAS HPC USER MEETINGS, Keith Gray 8:15am KEYNOTES: * NATIONAL LAB HPC DIRECTIONS AT ORNL, Doug Kothe, ORNL * EXASCALE COMPUTING AND THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED ARCHITECTURES AND ALGORITHMS, Sudip Dosanjh, Sandia National Laboratories 9:15am PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS, MODELING AND BENCHMARKS IN THE US AND EUROPE: * DOD HPCMP ACQUISITIONS, PERFORMANCE MODELING PREDICTION AND BENCHMARKING, Cray Henry, DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program * PERFORMANCE MODELING IN GERMANY, Gerhard Wellein, University of Erlangen 10:15amBreak (event sponsored by Mellanox) 10:30am PANEL ON HPC INTERCONNECT TECHNOLOGY DIRECTIONS, Moderator: Alex Akkerman, Ford 12:00pm Lunch (event sponsored by IBM)

40 Thank You To Mellanox For The Break

41 Agenda: Day Two, Wednesday Morning 8:00amINVITATION TO JOIN IN THE NEXT HPC EUROPEAN MEETINGS, Simon Burbidge NEW OIL/GAS HPC USER MEETINGS, Keith Gray 8:15am KEYNOTES: * NATIONAL LAB HPC DIRECTIONS AT ORNL, Doug Kothe, ORNL * EXASCALE COMPUTING AND THE INSTITUTE FOR ADVANCED ARCHITECTURES AND ALGORITHMS, Sudip Dosanjh, Sandia National Laboratories 9:15am PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS, MODELING AND BENCHMARKS IN THE US AND EUROPE: * DOD HPCMP ACQUISITIONS, PERFORMANCE MODELING PREDICTION AND BENCHMARKING, Cray Henry, DoD High Performance Computing Modernization Program * PERFORMANCE MODELING IN GERMANY, Gerhard Wellein, University of Erlangen 10:15amBreak (event sponsored by Mellanox) 10:30am PANEL ON HPC INTERCONNECT TECHNOLOGY DIRECTIONS, Moderator: Alex Akkerman, Ford 12:00pm Lunch (event sponsored by IBM)

42 Lunch Break Thanks To IBM Please Return Promptly at 1:00pm

43 Thank You To IBM For Lunch

44 Agenda: Day Two, Thursday Afternoon 1:00pm DATA-CENTRIC COMPUTING, SCIENCE GATEWAYS, AND THE TERAGRID, Craig Stewart 1:20pm PANEL DISCUSSION ON CFD AND STRUCTURES APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS AND THE USER FORUM PLANS TO ADDRESS THEM, Moderator: Doug Ball, Boeing 2:20pmBreak (event sponsored by Qlogic) 2:35pm PANEL ON HPC OS DIRECTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS, Moderator: Vince Scarafino 4:00pmHPC RESEARCH IN BIO–LIFE SCIENCES, Jack Collins, NCI 4:15pm HPC RESEARCH ON THE MARS MISSION: "MARS ENTRY AND DESCENT, Scott Striepe, NASA Langley Research Center 4:45pm IDC'S NEW 5 YEAR HPC MARKET FORECASTS, Jie Wu 5:00pmMEETING WRAP-UP AND FUTURE MEETING DATES

45 Thank You To Qlogic For The Break

46 Agenda: Day Two, Thursday Afternoon 1:00pm DATA-CENTRIC COMPUTING, SCIENCE GATEWAYS, AND THE TERAGRID, Craig Stewart 1:20pm PANEL DISCUSSION ON CFD AND STRUCTURES APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS AND THE USER FORUM PLANS TO ADDRESS THEM, Moderator: Doug Ball, Boeing 2:20pmBreak (event sponsored by Qlogic) 2:35pm PANEL ON HPC OS DIRECTIONS AND REQUIREMENTS, Moderator: Vince Scarafino 4:00pmHPC RESEARCH IN BIO–LIFE SCIENCES, Jack Collins, NCI 4:15pm HPC RESEARCH ON THE MARS MISSION: "MARS ENTRY AND DESCENT, Scott Striepe, NASA Langley Research Center 4:45pm IDC'S NEW 5 YEAR HPC MARKET FORECASTS, Jie Wu 5:00pmMEETING WRAP-UP AND FUTURE MEETING DATES

47 Important Dates For Your Calendar HPC User Forum Meetings: September 8 to 10, 2008 –Tucson, Arizona October 13 to 16, 2008 –University of Stuttgart (Oct 13/14) –Imperial College, London (Oct 16) ISC08 in Dresden, Germany June 17 to 20, 2008 Supercomputing08 in Austin November 17 to 21, 2008

48 Thank You For Attending The 28 th HPC User Forum Meeting

49 Please Or check out: Questions?

50 IDCs HPC Team Earl Joseph IDC Research Vice President and Executive Director HPC User Forum Jie Wu HPC research specialist, census and forecasts, China research, interconnects and grids Lloyd Cohen Director workstation market and data analysis Steve Conway HPC User Forum, consulting, primary end-user research and white papers Charlie Hayes Government HPC issues and special studies Mary Rolph Conference planning and logistics Richard Walsh In-depth technical analysis, special studies, processor trends Dan Lee In-depth technical analysis, special studies, HPC and storage ©2007 IDC 50

51 Please Or check out: Questions?

52 HPC User Forum Steering Committee Meeting April 2008

53 How Did The Meeting Go? What worked well? What needs to be changed or improved? Date and location for the next Steering Committee meeting?

54 Important Dates For Your Calendar HPC User Forum Meetings: September 8 to 10, 2008 –Tucson, Arizona October 13 to 16, 2008 –University of Stuttgart (Oct 13/14) –Imperial College, London (Oct 16) ISC08 in Dresden, Germany June 17 to 20, 2008 Supercomputing08 in Austin November 17 to 21, 2008

55 Please Or check out: Questions?


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