Learn Why #MoabMatters at SC14

This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series Adaptive Computing at SC14


There’s only a few days left until the Adaptive Computing team will be in New Orleans exploring why Moab matters and #HPCMatters with SC14 attendees… we can’t wait!

Join us in booth #1539 as the Adaptive Computing team works to accelerate insights using its Moab optimization and scheduling software for private/hybrid cloud and technical computing environments. At SC14, Adaptive Computing will be unveiling Moab HPC Suite 8.1. This release represents a major advancement in our Big Workflow ecosystem and bolsters Big Workflow’s core services to accelerate big data insights: unifying data center resources, optimizing the analysis process and guaranteeing services to the business. With this version of Moab, enterprises will be able to solve big data analysis challenges more rapidly, accurately and cost-effectively, and significantly reduce the timeline to discovery.

Significant updates include a revamped administration UI portal with bolstered reporting capabilities that give greater insight into the job states, workloads, nodes and more that make up the HPC environment; massive performance gains and improvements in scale; and system improvements to achieve elastic computing.

While you’re at SC14, make sure to connect with Adaptive Computing at booth (#1539) and at the following events:

The Adaptive Computing Theater

Learn from the world’s largest supercomputing centers in academic, government, and commercial sector in the Adaptive Computing Theater. You don’t want to miss this, mark your calendars for Adaptive’s SC14 theater schedule.

Tuesday, November 18 features insights from Cray, Purdue University, Jackson Labs, Lenovo, Georgia Tech, HP, and the NCSA Private Sector Program.

Wednesday, November 19 features insights from the University of Tennessee Knoxville, Bright Computing, DOW Agro Sciences, Penn State, and NVIDIA

Thursday, November 20 features insights from NICE, insideBigData, SGI, and CSC.

Plus, don’t miss presentations from the Adaptive Computing team each day!

Adaptive Computing Exhibitor Forum

Don’t miss Adaptive’s Exhibitor Forum on Thursday, November 20. Managing and analyzing unprecedented amounts of diverse data presents a complex problem for companies today—even with the availability of sophisticated modeling, simulation and process tools. That’s where Adaptive Computing’s Moab steps in.

Accelerate Insights and Tame Complexities with Moab
Paul Anderson, Director of Professional Services
Thursday, November 20 from 3:30-4:00pm in Room 292

Armed with insights from this session, attendees will be able to reduce the complexity surrounding intense simulations and big data analysis to accelerate insights more rapidly, accurately and cost-effectively.

TORQUE Birds of a Feather

On Tuesday, November 18th, join us for our TORQUE Birds of a Feather. As with all TORQUE Birds of a Feather we will be engaging the TORQUE community for feedback and ideas on what will be needed to keep TORQUE at the forefront of HPC management.

How TORQUE is Changing to Meet the New Demands for HPC
5:30-7pm, room: 293
Kenneth Nielson, David Beer, and Jill King, Adaptive Computing team

TORQUE has been actively improving to better meet the challenges of an ever-evolving HPC world. We will be introducing new features added since last year such as power management, task placement and resource enforcement as well as showing new improvements in performance and scaling.

Be a Moab Geek Society Member

Participate in the Moab Geek Tweet program and win! During SC14, tweet the following using #MoabMatters and #HPCMatters:

  1. A selfie in your Moab Geek shirt
  2. A selfie with any Moab Geek Society member
  3. Your positive experience using Moab

Follow us on Twitter at @AdaptiveMoab to stay up to date on the latest optimization and scheduling software insights for HPC, Cloud, and Big Data. And follow along with the conversation using #MoabMatters and #HPCMatters.

We’ll see you in a few short days at SC14! Enjoy everything the conference has to offer, including stopping by the Adaptive Computing booth (#1539).

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