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[TCPP-announce] Second Workshop on System Management Tools for Large-Scale Parallel Systems

 
Second Workshop on System Management Tools for Large-Scale Parallel Systems
(Held in Conjunction with  IPDPS 2006,  Rhodes Island, Greece)
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We are entering a new era in computing where the size and complexity of
scientific and engineering simulations is growing at a speed that has
never been observed before. In order to satisfy the needs of these
applications, parallel systems with an "extreme-scale" are being designed
and deployed.  Although the progress in hardware and architecture design
has made it possible to build machines with tens of thousands of processors,
the development of software tools for such systems is still lagging
behind. To name just a few examples, new operating system level modifications
are needed to efficiently utilize the massive computing and networking power.
In addition, sophisticated fault-tolerant tools are in great need to minimize
the performance loss under a faulty condition and to automate the recovery
process which can further reduce management costs.  The scale of the systems also
demands advanced power management tools. From the list of top 500
supercomputers, top 10 are dominated by special purpose clusters either built
using some of the standard commodities or specially built for the customers
only. Even if some of the supercomputers are based on general purpose
processors and networking, the system maintenance, reliability, fault isolation,
prevention and control pose huge challenges. There is a great need of research
not only in terms of scale of the machine, but also in terms of their implications
on system performance and utilization.
                     
This workshop is intended to bring together researchers and practitioners to
begin identifying the new challenges imposed by this trend and investigating
efficient software tools to improve the performance, reliability and operation
of large scale parallel systems.
                     
Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
� Scalable operating system design
� Scalable resource management tools
� Efficient failure diagnosis, failure prediction and failure recovery tools
� Scalable job scheduling tools
� Scalable parallel check-pointing tools
� Self-healing and self-management tools
� Power management for large scale machines
� System bring-up and control tools
� Ease of system maintenance, services including system management experiences
� Performance, system utilization implications. 
.. Scalable I/O and file system management


                     
Workshop Organizers :
Fabrizio Petrini , Pacific Northwest National  Laboratory,  New Mexico
Ramendra K. Sahoo, IBM TJ Watson Research Center
Yanyong Zhang,  Dept. of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Rutgers University

Program Chair:
Kyung Dong Ryu, IBM TJ Watson Research Center

Program Committee:
Ricardo Bianchini, Rutgers
Henri Casanova, UCSD
Dick Epema, Delft
Dror Feitelson, Hebrew University
Rahul Garg, IBM India
Ravishankar Iyer, Intel
John Janakiraman, HP
Joefon Jann, IBM Research
Jose E. Moreira, IBM
Manish Parashar, Rutgers
Anand Sivasubramaniam, Penn State
Rajeev Thakur, Argonne
Andy Yoo, LLNL


Important Dates:
Submission Date: 12/16/2005
Notification Date: 1/7/2006
Camera-Ready Date: 1/21/2006


Ramendra K. Sahoo
IBM TJ Watson Research Center
1101 Kitchawan Road, Yorktown Heights, NY 10598
phone: 914-945-2936, T/L 8-862-2936
email: rsahoo@us.ibm.com 

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