Transforming Your Business with SUSE Linux HPC at ISC 2017

suse_logo_gecko_lizard_with_name_Fractal_GearsWe are a little more than a week away from the International Super-computing Conference (ISC) in Frankfurt, Germany and it’s clear that there will be a lot of SUSE HPC customers at this conference. This year’s ISC conference promises to accelerate the HPC transformation that started last year.

The transformation began with SUSE’s collaboration with Intel for HPC Orchestrator at the 2016 ISC Conference. Together, SUSE and Intel offered fully integrated joint support for this combined enterprise-grade solution. SUSE continued to collaborate with Intel by supporting HPC Orchestrator V2 and the Intel Omni-Path Architecture.

As a founding member of the OpenHPC community, SUSE is committed to helping accelerate the transformation of open source packages into a stable and flexible HPC software stack. SUSE partnered with ARM Ltd (a SoftBank company) and Cavium to provide the build and test infrastructure needed to deliver OpenHPC v1.3 for the 64-bit ARMv8 platform. This infrastructure, based on Cavium ThunderX hardware and SUSE Linux Enterprise Server (SLES) 12, is available for use by all members of the OpenHPC community.

SUSE is also helping to transform the 64-bit ARMv8 platform to an enterprise computing platform by being the first commercial Linux distributor to fully support ARM servers. These servers, built on chips from AMD, Applied Micro, Cavium, NXP, and Xilinx were fully supported as part of SLES 12 SP2, which was released in November 2016. SUSE is currently beta testing support for the next generation of ARMv8 processors from Cavium, Qualcomm, MACOM, HiSilicon, and other ARM partners that have great potential for future HPC environments.

Finally, SUSE has transformed its own HPC offering by creating a new HPC Module for SLES. The HPC Module is designed to provide more flexibility to support the rapid pace of innovation in the open-source HPC community. The HPC Module is a companion to SLES 12 for X86 and ARM platforms. The SLES 12 subscription includes support for HPC Module packages.

This year promises to be an even more exciting for SUSE as we deliver new support for emerging HPC trends, leveraging container technology, OpenStack Cloud, and data analytics.

Please visit SUSE at ISC Booth J-620 to learn how we can help you transform your business with HPC.

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About Jay Kruemcke

Jay Kruemcke is passionate about helping customers and partners achieve their goals. Jay is a currently a Senior Product Manager at SUSE. Jay is responsible for the SUSE Linux for High-Performance Computing, Linux for Arm, and Linux for Power servers. Jay released the first commercially supported Linux distribution for Arm in 2016. Jay completely restructured SUSE’s HPC offerings in 2017 to add support for Arm systems, provide longer term support, and continue to enhance the HPC Module. The HPC Module provides support for open software such as slurm as part of the SUSE HPC subscription. Jay has built an extensive career in product management based on being a bridge between customers and engineering teams. He has extensive experience in many areas including product positioning, driving future product directions, using social media for client collaboration, and evangelizing the capabilities and future directions of enterprise products. Prior to joining SUSE, Jay had a long career at IBM including many roles in the Power and Cloud Engineering and Offering teams. In addition to his product management experience, Jay has held a variety of technology roles at including product marketing, manager of a technical architecture team, briefing center staff, SAP systems management consultant, and as a system programmer and administrator Jay also volunteers with the Boy Scouts in multiple roles and with ProductCamp Austin. The postings on this site solely reflect the personal views of the author and do not necessarily represent the views, positions, strategies or opinions of my employer. Follow me on twitter @mr_sles and @phastflyer
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One Response to Transforming Your Business with SUSE Linux HPC at ISC 2017

  1. Alex says:

    You really make it seem really easy with your presentation but I find this matter to be really one thing that I feel I might by no means understand. It kind of feels too complicated and extremely vast for me. I’m looking forward in your next post, I’ll try to get the grasp of it!

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