Growing the HPC ecosystem with open technologies
In the coming decade, the distinctions between high-performance computing (HPC) and general-purpose enterprise computing will continue to dissipate. In place of monolithic, on premise supercomputers, the industry will continue to move toward more flexible infrastructure based on open standards, with workloads decoupled from specific hardware.
This trend will be enabled by technologies associated with mainstream enterprises, as opposed to proprietary, special-purpose ones. In particular, open source approaches to hybrid cloud and virtualization, using both containers and hypervisors, will deliver economic advantages as organizations apply HPC capabilities to distill insights from big data.
Join this webinar to hear how this shift can deliver greater value from data while making your HPC environment more flexible. Topics will include:
- Adding flexibility while introducing very low levels of overhead.
- Increasing the efficiency and cost effectiveness of virtualization.
- Delivering the benefits of a true open source solution with high performance and security.
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chief technology strategist, Central Region, Red Hat
E.G. Nadhan is chief technology strategist for the central region of Red Hat. He provides thought leadership on various concepts including cloud, big data, analytics, and the Internet of Things (IoT) through multiple channels including industry conferences, executive roundtables, and customer-specific executive briefing sessions. With more than 25 years of experience in the IT industry selling, delivering, and managing enterprise solutions for global corporations, E.G. works with the executive leadership of enterprises to innovatively fuel digital transformation with a healthy blend of emerging solutions and a DevOps mindset.
business development manager, Red Hat
Dave Montana is a business development manager who is working to transform Red Hat® solutions and support in the Oil and Gas industry. Prior to Red Hat, Dave worked for Schlumberger, and oilfield services company, where he managed solutions for high performance computing (HPC), reservoir and modeling software, cloud, and innovation.