HPC and AI services are moving to the cloud. How can HPC and AI supercomputers maintain high performance while gaining the flexibility and security in cloud services? This has become a challenge for both supercomputer operators and cloud suppliers.
Cloud-Native Supercomputing, the next generation, supercomputing architecture – is targeting to address this challenge, aiming for a zero-trust environment, providing a secured network infrastructure that supports large amounts of concurrent tenants, as well as enabling bare-metal performance for applications. This new non-blocking communication model provides new performance optimization algorithms with computation and communication overlap.
The 13th HPC-AI Advisory Council China Annual Conference has invited worldwide researching and industrial HPC and AI leaders, such as The Ohio State University, Durham University, University College London, Mirosoft Azure Cloud, JD AI Research Center, NVIDIA, and ScaleFlash to present state-of-art cloud native supercomputing technologies in this forum.
Register today for the HPC-AI Advisory Council “Cloud Native Supercomputing” workshop. The workshop is part of The HPC China 2021 conference in Zhuhai city, Guangdong province, China in Oct 20, 2021. The conference will be hybrid, supporting onsite and online attendance.