Join Adaptive Computing and HRLN to discuss today’s challenges with big data and how we accelerate insights in scientific computing by unifying data center resources, optimizing the analysis process, and observing workflow status.
Hosted by Scientific Computing, Thursday’s webcast: Accelerate Insights: The Future of Big Data introduces a panel of experts to take a closer look at this hot topic giving examples of the working relationship between Adaptive Computing and HRLN.
Webcast panelists include:
- Dr. Steffen Schulze-Kremer – Head High Performance Computing/HRLN Leibniz University, Hannover IT Services
- Trev Harmon – Principal Solution Architect, Adaptive Computing
- Ron Farber – Chief Scientist and Co-Founder, BlackDog Endeavors, LLC
HLRN is a unique supercomputing system created to serve the needs of the scientific community alliance in seven northern German states. It operates at two sites, the Zuse Institute Berlin (ZIB) and the High Performance Computing Center (RRZN). Listen in as Dr. Schulze-Kremer highlights case studies unveiling challenges and successes serving the alliance.
Adaptive Computing plays a huge role in HLRN’s two sites. HLRN must operate these two data centers as one and maximize all available resources. By streamlining the analysis process through automation, HLRN sees improved performance and increased accuracy, resulting in greater efficiency.
Listen in as Trev Harmon showcases how Adaptive Computing accelerates insights. From efficiently managing multiple sites and utilizing automation tools to unify and optimize HLRN’s datacenter to observing the datacenter ensuring resources are available to all alliance members and account for their cluster usage.
This free webcast takes place at 10 a.m. MST/12 p.m. EST on Thursday, March 20th. Register today and pose your critical questions to the panel of experts.