Tag: Josh Simons
In a recent blog entry, VMware’s HPC guru Josh Simons provides an overview of the work that his group has been undertaking in recent months. He presents a sneak peak of some of the most significant HPC-relevant developments, and promises to offer a deeper dive in the weeks ahead. Last spring, Simons’ group put together a four-node InfiniBand Read more…
At the 2013 Open Fabrics International Developer Workshop, in Monterey, California, VMware’s in-house HPC expert Josh Simons delivered a presentation on the Software-Defined Datacenter. At its essence, a software-defined datacenter is a prescriptive model for bringing the benefits of virtualization to rest of the datacenter.
At the HPC Advisory Council European Conference 2012 in Hamburg, in conjunction with the International Supercomputing Conference (ISC’12), VMware’s HPC guru Josh Simons delivered a presentation of particular interest to followers of the HPC cloud space. The session tackled the million dollar HPC cloud question: “Are cloud computing and virtualization only useful for running throughput workloads or can latency-sensitive applications be run as well?”
A discussion and highlights (as well as video clips) from a presentation by Josh Simons of VMware at ISC 2010 during the HPC Advisory Council Workshop session on May 29th.