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HIGH PERFORMANCE COMPUTING


Supporting science


HPC INTEGRATORS PROVIDE VALUE TO SCIENTIFIC AND RESEARCH ORGANISATIONS THROUGH MANAGEMENT AND SUPPORT OF HPC RESOURCES, FINDS ROBERT ROE


HPC integrators can help scientists and HPC research centres through the provisioning and management


of HPC clusters. As the number of applications and potential user groups for HPC continues to expand supporting domain expert scientists use and access of HPC resources is increasingly important. While just 10 years ago a cluster would


have been used by just a few departments at a University, now there is a huge pool of potential users from non-traditional HPC


4 Scientific Computing World Summer 2021


applications. This also includes Artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) as well as big data or applying advanced analytics to data sets from research areas that would previously not be interested in the use of HPC systems. This culminates in a growing need to


support and facilitate the use of HPC resources in academia or research and development. These organisations can either choose to employ the staff to support this infrastructure or try to outsource some


or all of these processes to companies experienced in the management and support of HPC systems. HPC Integrators can help an organisation choose the right technology to support their application portfolio. Moreover, integrators can also manage and support the HPC system which reduces overheads and the need to provide a large in-house team to support the use of HPC. Technical support, maintenance,


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