Go with the (Energy) Flow: Adaptive Capacity Computing
DescriptionThe increasing reliance on inherently variable Green energy is poised to impact HPC centers fundamentally: they cannot count on a guaranteed supply of grid power, yet could play a significant role in stabilizing the Grid by quickly adapting their load.
“Adaptive Capacity Computing” touches on system architecture, hardware, scheduling and resource management, programming models, and applications with the objective of enabling future HPC centers to react gracefully to varying power profiles, achieving optimal throughput and avoiding loss of computational state wherever possible.
This BoF discusses challenges and approaches to support this paradigm, should it become necessary to do so.
Additional Session Leader or Speakers
Birds of a Feather
TimeTuesday, 14 November 20235:15pm - 6:45pm MST
Middleware and System Software