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These are my slides from the UK E-Infrastructure Academic User Community Forum meeting in Oxford on September 10th 2013. I introduce HPC Midlands and the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) ...

These are my slides from the UK E-Infrastructure Academic User Community Forum meeting in Oxford on September 10th 2013. I introduce HPC Midlands and the Technology Strategy Board (TSB) e-Infrastructure SIG, and discuss feedback from industry on engaging with e-Infrastructure. The talk closes with some thoughts on how we can nuture the next generation.

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Making e-Infrastructure Accessible to Industry Presentation Transcript

  • 1. Making e-Infrastructure Accessible to Industry Martin Hamilton HPC Midlands Centre Manager
  • 2. Themes 1.About HPC Midlands 2.TSB e-Infrastructure SIG 1.Industry Perspective on e-Infrastructure 2.Actions Required
  • 3. Themes 1.About HPC Midlands 2.TSB e-Infrastructure SIG 1.Industry Perspective on e-Infrastructure 2.Actions Required
  • 4. About HPC Midlands @HPC_Midlands hpc-midlands.ac.uk – Partnership between Loughborough and Leicester – EPSRC funding for Regional Centre of Excellence – Emphasis on industrially relevant research – Direct access to world-class facilities for businesses – Support for SMEs to exploit HPC
  • 5. About HPC Midlands
  • 6. About HPC Midlands
  • 7. Themes 1.About HPC Midlands 2.TSB e-Infrastructure SIG 1.Industry Perspective on e-Infrastructure 2.Actions Required
  • 8. TSB e-Infrastructure SIG @eInfraSIG - tinyurl.com/einfsig Steering committee: - ARM, Gnodal, Intel, Nvidia, Rolls-Royce, Zenotech - KTNs, TSB - HPC Midlands, EPCC, Hartree, HPC Wales, HPC-SIG / e- Infrastructure South, JANET Next meeting Oct 31st at Loughborough
  • 9. TSB e-Infrastructure SIG @eInfraSIG - tinyurl.com/einfsig - Bringing industrial users, vendors & researchers together - Links to E-Infrastructure Leadership Council / Programme Board, HPC- SIG, Hartree Centre, … - Sharing details of training, funding and mentoring opportunities - Supporting Catapult centre “on ramps” to HPC for SMEs & the Next Generation - Awareness of and access to E-Infrastructure beyond HPC
  • 10. Themes 1.About HPC Midlands 2.TSB e-Infrastructure SIG 1.Industry Perspective on e-Infrastructure 2.Actions Required
  • 11. Industry Perspective
  • 12. Industry Perspective - Coherence - Vagaries of schedulers, Linux variants etc - Licensing models (improving?) - Contractual frameworks - Information Assurance - Connectivity
  • 13. Industry Perspective – Impedance Mismatches What people understand - Off the shelf packages, NASTRAN, FLUENT etc - Want to expedite jobs - Want to run multiple jobs at the same time - Often had prior exposure to Linux
  • 14. Industry Perspective – Impedance Mismatches vs. Jargon Overload - HPC - Supercomputing - MPI - E-Infrastructure - Batch scheduler - SME? Where is the catalogue?! What people understand - Off the shelf packages, NASTRAN, FLUENT etc - Want to expedite jobs - Want to run multiple jobs at the same time - Often had prior exposure to Linux
  • 15. Industry Perspective - Training
  • 16. Industry Perspective - Training - Typically supply led - Inflexible timing - Prohibitively expensive for SMEs - Ad-hoc engagement with ISVs - Where is the MOOC?
  • 17. E-Infrastructure >= HPC - Bioinformatics - Diamond Light Source, SKA etc - Major capital kit at Institutions - But not just kit - Open Access Pubs - Open Data - Software
  • 18. Themes 1.About HPC Midlands 2.TSB e-Infrastructure SIG 1.Industry Perspective on e-Infrastructure 2.Actions Required
  • 19. Actions Required – Website!
  • 20. Actions Required – Marketing!
  • 21. Actions Required - Awareness equipment.data.ac.uk Kit Catalogue™ – kit- catalogue.com Key question: What are the boundaries of e-Infrastructure?
  • 22. Actions Required - Awareness
  • 23. Actions Required - Awareness
  • 24. Actions Required - Awareness
  • 25. Actions Required - Coherence - Common standards + “National Grid” to plug into - Collective license negotiations - Common contractual frameworks cf. JANET - CESG InfoSec advice - Connectivity
  • 26. Actions Required – MOOC(s)
  • 27. Actions Required – CPD -> MSc
  • 28. Actions Required – Software
  • 29. WearablesActions Required – Generation Pi Photo credits: Technocamps, DesignSpark
  • 30. WearablesActions Required – hpc4schools?
  • 31. Martin Hamilton martin@hpc-midlands.ac.uk