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Designing high-end computing systems with InfiniBand and10-Gigabit Ethernet iWARP

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2 Author(s)
Panda, D.K. ; The Ohio State University, USA ; Balaji, P.

InfiniBand (IB) architecture and 10-Gigabit Ethernet iWARP (10GE) are generating a lot of excitement towards building next generation High-End Computing (HEC) systems. This tutorial will provide an indepth look at this emerging trend and examine the suitability of these standards for prime-time HEC. It will start with a brief overview of IB and 10GE iWARP, and their architectural features. An overview of the emerging OpenFabrics stack which encapsulates both IB and 10GE iWARP in a unified manner will be presented. IB and 10GE iWARP hardware/software solutions and the market trends will be highlighted. Challenges in designing different kinds of systems using these standards on multi-core platforms for performance, scalability, portability and reliability will be covered. Specifically, case studies and experiences in designing HPC clusters (with MPI-1 and MPI-2 programming models), Parallel FileSystems, Networked File Systems (NFS), Storage Protocols, Multi-tier Datacenters, and Virtualization schemes will be presented together with the associated performance numbers and comparisons.

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Cluster Computing, 2007 IEEE International Conference on

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17-20 Sept. 2007

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