Presenter: Iacopo Colonnelli, University of Torino @GlassOfWhiskey
- Session 1: (Americas-EMEA) Monday, February 27th 09:00 - 13:00 US EST / 14:00 - 18:00 UTC
- Session 2: (EMEA-APAC) Wednesday, March 1st 07:00 - 11:00 UTC / 16:00 - 20:00 Japanese Standard Time
Modern HPC applications are becoming so heterogeneous and complex that a modular approach to their design, deployment and orchestration is now necessary. This talk explores the benefits of using a vendor-agnostic workflow language (CWL) coupled with a hybrid workflow management system (StreamFlow) in the HPC ecosystem. Also, it will examine the requirements needed to model HPC applications effectively, the CWL’s readiness to meet such requirements, and the proposals made to improve the language where needed. Four real use cases will drive the discussion: the ACROSS Project (G.A. n. 955648), where CWL is the primary interface to model three HPC workflows, and the EUPEX Project (G.A. n. 101033975), where StreamFlow will be used for the rapid prototyping of a seismic engineering HPC application for a Modular Supercomputing Architecture (MSA) system.
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