So, what are the key differences in the systems, operational models, and thus workloads of HPC and cloud computing? How much HPC has moved to public cloud and what kind? What is the role of private cloud in HPC, and what does the future hold for HPC on-prem vs. in service providers—and hybrid models? How will the market forces as well as technology evolution influence this? Listen to our experts, then speak up with your own questions and thoughts on this important intersection of technologies.
CTO, Verne Global
Tate Cantrell is Chief Technology Officer for Verne Global. He would say that it is his role to help create success for our customers. Tate is proud to promote sustainable computing as a primary goal for Verne Global and for the industry at large and was recently named to the Climate 50 – The World’s Top Most Influential Climate Leaders In Data Centers And Cloud. He is driven to innovate so that he can help to ensure that tomorrow’s world is a better place for the next generation.
Distinguished Engineer, Data Center Power/Cooling, Dell Technologies
David L Moss (Dave) serves as the data center cooling strategist within Dell’s product group. He serves to link data center cooling strategies amongst the various stakeholders within Dell (product engineering, Dell IT, professional services). He is directly responsible for articulating Dell strategies and opinions on facility cooling products. He is an active member in the American Society of Heating, Refrigeration, and Air Conditioning Engineers. His activities within this organization are primarily within the technical committee that focuses on IT space, TC9.9; and he currently is the Vice Chair of the IT Subcommittee. He has also contributed to content in the Green Grid’s thermal management subcommittee. Dave has held this position since the early 2000’s and currently works within the Office of the CTO.
Previously, Dave was a concept Architect for server product engineering. In this capacity, he performed front end design and analysis to shape the early stages of Dell server products. Dave spent the 1990’s as lead engineer on various Dell server and notebook platforms. He has worked at Dell for almost 30 years and holds over thirty patents, most in the area of thermal engineering. Prior to Dell, he held various engineering and small group management positions at Texas Instruments in their airborne radar division.
CTO, R Systems NA Inc.
Michael has almost 25 years in varied IT roles and over a decade focusing on HPC Systems Architecture and Design encompassing Data Center, HPC Systems, Custom Interconnects and Parallel Filesystems.
Michael delivers novel systems design optimizing to client workloads and business needs, as well as providing the framework and training to support staff for long term multi-year support and management.
He has provided expert consultation on systems design and features for a variety of software companies in Network Optimization, Tiered and Cloud Storage, and various PaaS/SaaS providers to remove bottlenecks, improve scalability, and provide improved insight. In 2010 Michael was asked to lead the Microsoft Windows HPC Server certification exam.
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