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March 12-14, 2019 - Half Moon Bay, CA
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Thursday, March 14 • 1:50pm - 2:20pm
Open Source in the Exascale Computing Project: Building a Software Ecosystem for Science - Todd Gamblin, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory

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The U.S. Exascale Computing Project is building an open source software ecosystem for high performance computing. 25 simulation codes and over 80 libraries need to run on laptops, desktops, clusters, and supercomputers by 2021.

Todd Gamblin will discuss the challenges of building software for machines that don't exist yet, and how government laboratories, academia, and industry are collaborating to build a highly optimized software distribution. From deploying services like GitLab CI and JupyterHub in high-security HPC centers, challenges for architecture-specific containers, the use of Spack to package and distribute optimized binaries, and the social hurdles of scientists and developers working together, this talk will cover the open source challenges in DOE's largest-ever HPC software project.

Learn what it takes to bring large-scale community integration to large-scale computing.

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Todd Gamblin

Senior Principal MTS, LLNL
Todd Gamblin is a computer scientist in the Center for Applied Scientific Computing at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory. His research focuses on scalable tools for measuring, analyzing, and visualizing parallel performance data. In addition to his research, Todd leads LLNL's... Read More →


Thursday March 14, 2019 1:50pm - 2:20pm
Salon 2