“With data growing at exponential levels, HPC organizations must look beyond legacy tools for a new data management approach that can harness vast amounts of data and leverage embedded metadata to ensure research data that is findable, accessible, interoperable, and re-usable,” said NCI’s Williams.
BOULDER, Colo. and MELBOURNE, Australia (PRWEB) November 02, 2022
Spectra Logic and HPC Organizations NCI Australia and Sandia National Laboratories Join the Panel to Share Insights, Experience and Industry Expertise
Arcitecta, a creative and innovative data management software company, today announced they will participate in a Birds-of-a-Feather session with Spectra Logic, the National Computational Infrastructure, Australian National University and Sandia National Laboratories to discuss: “The Impact of Data Management on HPC Workloads: How Well Do You Know Your Data?” at SC22 in Dallas, Texas, on November 16, 2022. The session will address the impact of data management on HPC workflows and explore real-world use cases and best practices from organizations optimizing their data management in support of breakthrough research. SC22 show attendees can visit Arcitecta and Spectra Logic at the Spectra Logic booth #2806.
Session participants will include:
- Jason Lohrey, Arcitecta, Founder and CEO
- Matt Starr, Spectra Logic, Chief Technology Officer
- Mike Martinez, Sandia National Laboratories, Production Lead, High Performance Storage Systems (HPSS)
- Allan Williams, National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Deputy Director (Innovative Compute Environments)
Effective data and storage management are crucial for efficient HPC workflows and can accelerate research while achieving reproducibility and preserving data for future reference. The interactive session will explore data management for immediate computational needs and alternatives for long-term data access, management and preservation.
TOPIC: The Impact of Data Management on HPC Workloads: How Well Do You Know Your Data?
DATE: Wednesday, November 16, 2022
TIME: 12:15 pm – 1:15 pm CST
WHERE: SC22, C146, Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, Dallas, TX
REGISTER: SC22 registration
Plan to attend the Birds-of-a-Feather session “The Impact of Data Management on HPC Workloads: How Well Do You Know Your Data?”
“With data growing at exponential levels today, HPC organizations must look beyond legacy tools for a new data management approach that can harness vast amounts of data and leverage embedded metadata to ensure research data that is findable, accessible, interoperable, and re-usable,” said NCI’s Allan Williams, National Computational Infrastructure (NCI), Deputy Director (Innovative Compute Environments). “NCI is dedicated to being at the forefront of digital transformation where it intersects with scientific research operations and improves the quality of research services. We have a highly integrated scientific computing facility that provides world-class high-performance computational services to thousands of scientific researchers in Australia and across the world.”
As storage technologies continue to grow in capacity, vast amounts of data are now readily accessible for sharing and collaboration. Finding the needed data and having it in the right location drives HPC workload performance now and into the future. Mediaflux, Arcitecta’s flagship product, is a metadata-driven, end-to-end data fabric that provides a single view of petabytes of data in distributed compute and storage environments. Mediaflux supports all data types and unlimited data workflows in some of the world's most demanding data centers. Unlike other solutions, Mediaflux is an all-in-one data asset management system with high-performance data movement capabilities and a global file system to accelerate business outcomes and value.
Arcitecta has been building the world’s best data management platforms since 1998. Today, Arcitecta is transforming data management and backup with Mediaflux, a rich end-to-end data fabric that simplifies data-intensive workflows in petabyte-scale environments to improve business and research outcomes. Mediaflux unifies data management processes into a single platform, simplifying the administration of big data and allowing world leaders to solve some of the most challenging problems on the planet. For more, visit http://www.arcitecta.com.
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