MIT Lincoln Lab offers advice for delivering on-demand HPC
Looking for advice on how to deliver HPC to a diverse science user community? MIT’s Lincoln Laboratory has just posted a new paper – Lessons Learned from a Decade of Providing Interactive, On-Demand High Performance Computing to Scientists and Engineers – intended to fill the bill.
“For over a decade, MIT Lincoln Laboratory has been supporting interactive, on-demand high performance computing by seamlessly integrating familiar high productivity tools to provide users with an increased number of design turns, rapid prototyping capability, and faster time to insight. In this paper, we discuss the lessons learned while supporting interactive, on-demand high performance computing from the perspectives of the users and the team supporting the users and the system,” write the authors.