SC’13: Achieve Eureka

3 Ways to Achieve Eureka

Process intensive simulations and big data analysis faster, more accurately and most cost effectively. Find out 3 ways to Achieve Eureka by leveraging big data to make game-changing, data-driven decisions.

1.    Visit Booth # 3113 at SC’13 to

  • Listen to presentations in the Adaptive Theater from Adaptive’s
    • Customers: Yale, Princeton, CHPC, NREL, NCSA and University of Tennessee’s National Institute for Computational Sciences
    • Partners: HP, Intel, Cray and NICE
    • Team Members: Dave Jackson, Michael Jackson, Trev Harmon and Ian Nate
    • For a complete list of times visit

  • Demo Adaptive’s Award-Winning Moab optimization and scheduling software
    • Moab Task Manager
      • 100x Faster Throughput
      • 10 Job Launches Per Node Per Second
      • Reduce Latency
    • Moab HPC Suite Enterprise Edition
      • Higher Job Throughput
      • Massive Scalability
      • Optimum Utilization 90-99%
      • Fast, Simple Job Submission
      • Reduce Job Failures
      • Auto-recovery from Failures
      • Guaranteed SLAs
    • Moab HPC Suite Remote Visualization
      • Reduce Hardware Costs
      • Improve Ease-of-use
      • Accelerate Collaboration
      • Maximize Resource Utilization
      • Guarantee Shared Resource Access
    • Adaptive Workload Optimization Pack
      • Accelerate Productivity
      • Automate Uptime
      • Consistently Meet Business Priorities
    • Topology Aware Scheduling for Cray 3-D Torus Networks
      • Enables 3D Cuboid Scheduling
      • Increases Runtime Consistency
      • Creates Higher Throughput
      • Allows Close Proximity Job Scheduling
      • Minimizes Network Contention

  • Pick up great SWAG (Stuff We All Get)
    • Adaptive’s Famous T-shirts
    • Tetris Lamp (one given away after every presentation)
2.    Attend the Following SC’13 Sessions

Creating a Better Infrastructure to Manage Big Data

  • When: 4:00 p.m. – 4:30 p.m. on Thursday, November 21
  • Where: Room 501/502
  • Who: Trev Harmon – Principle Solutions Strategist at Adaptive Computing
  • What: While traditional HPC is at the core of supercomputing, recent advancements are allowing HPC centers to offer new and exciting compute services to their users and other customers. Adaptive Computing will discuss two such advancements – topology-based scheduling and HPC cloud – and how together they provide an infrastructure that allows HPC centers to provide Big Data services along with traditional offerings.

Programming and Managing Systems at Scale

  • When: 8:30 a.m. – 10:00 a.m. on Friday, November 22
  • Where: Room 401/402/403
  • Who: Panelists include:
    • Alice Koniges (Chair) – Physicist and Computer Scientist at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory
    • Ian Nate (Moderator) – Senior Online Marketing Manager at Adaptive Computing
    • Don Maxwell – Team Leader at the Oak Ridge Leadership Computing Facility’s (OLCF) High Performance Computing Operations
    • William Kramer – Deputy Project Director at University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
    • Michael Jackson – Co-Founder and President of Adaptive Computing
    • Larry Kaplan – Chief Software Architect for HPC at Cray, Inc.
    • Morris Jette – Chief Technology Officer at SchedMD
    • John Hengeveld – Director of Marketing for High Performance Computing at Intel
  • What: In this session, an all-star roster of software and hardware providers as well as industry experts from the world’s largest supercomputing centers will discuss how system architecture must be re-engineered in order to reach the scales the industry is capable of today and going forward. The panel will discuss how refining architectural techniques will provide the necessary foundation to achieve exascale computing.

TORQUE: Where Are We Now and Where Are We Going

  • When: 12:15 p.m. – 1:15 p.m. on Tuesday, November 19
  • Where: Room 503/504
  • Who: Panelists include:
    • Kenneth Nielson – Senior Software Engineer at Adaptive Computing
    • David Beer – Senior Software Engineer at Adaptive Computing
  • What: The following will be presented to the community 1) what Adaptive Computing has contributed to the community over the last year, 2) present Adaptive Computing’s contribution plans to move the technology forward and 3) get feedback from the TORQUE community.
3.    Party with Adaptive and Intersect360 at the BeoWulf Bash

Date: Monday, November 18, 2013
Time: 9PM-12AM
Location: Wynkoop Brewing Company, 1634 18th Street

Tired of the same old SuperComputing party where you get free food and booze by pretending you’re interested in some vendor products? We thought so. That’s why we’re offering free food, booze, and a pool tournament. We still have great vendors supporting this community event, so be nice and listen to what they have to say.

This year, we convinced the Wynkoop Brewing Company to open up their doors to a group of world-class HPC mavens and the rest of us who want free food and beer. The top floor is a game room where the Spherical Newtonian Solids will be racked up for the pool tournament. There will also be a band and places for quiet conversation where you can debate the merits of big data quantum computing in the cloud and/or Miley Cyrus.

And we will have those irresistible Beowulf Bash goodie bags, because deep down inside you really want cheesy free stuff. Admit it.

For complete Beowulf Bash details visit: