The transition to Exascale computing is going to be characterised by an increased range of application classes. In addition to traditional massively parallel "number crunching" applications, new classes are emerging such as real-time HPC and data-intensive scalable computing. Furthermore, Exascale computing is characterised by a "democratisation" of HPC: to fully exploit the capabilities of Exascale-level facilities, HPC is moving towards enabling access to its resources to a wider range of new players, including SMEs, through cloud-based approaches [1]. Finally, the need for much higher energy efficiency is pushing towards deep heterogeneity, widening the range of options for acceleration, moving from the traditional CPU-only organization, to the CPU plus GPU which currently dominates the Green5001, to more complex options including programmable accelerators and even (reconfigurable) hardware accelerators [2].

Reliable power and time-constraints-aware predictive management of heterogeneous exascale systems

Fornaciari, William;Libutti, Simone;Massari, Giuseppe;Pupykina, Anna;Reghenzani, Federico;Zanella, Michele;Agosta, Giovanni;Zoni, Davide;Brandolese, Carlo;Cremona, Luca;Cilardo, Alessandro;
2018

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The transition to Exascale computing is going to be characterised by an increased range of application classes. In addition to traditional massively parallel "number crunching" applications, new classes are emerging such as real-time HPC and data-intensive scalable computing. Furthermore, Exascale computing is characterised by a "democratisation" of HPC: to fully exploit the capabilities of Exascale-level facilities, HPC is moving towards enabling access to its resources to a wider range of new players, including SMEs, through cloud-based approaches [1]. Finally, the need for much higher energy efficiency is pushing towards deep heterogeneity, widening the range of options for acceleration, moving from the traditional CPU-only organization, to the CPU plus GPU which currently dominates the Green5001, to more complex options including programmable accelerators and even (reconfigurable) hardware accelerators [2].
SAMOS '18 Proceedings of the 18th International Conference on Embedded Computer Systems: Architectures, Modeling, and Simulation
9781450364942
Multi many cores, run time management, power optimizaton, HPC
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