SC'00 State of the Field Address

Schilling, Richard RSchilling at affiliatedhealth.org
Tue Oct 17 12:13:19 PDT 2000


Here's a link to a benchmark project that I'll be doing during November.  

http://www.nationalinformatics.com/GlobalNOW/InternetNOWBenchmark.gif - data
sheet
http://www.nationalinformatics.com/GlobalNOW - web page that hosts the data
sheet

It's pretty self explanatory, but please feel free to contact me.

BTW I'll be announcing this again on this list sometime during the next week
or two.


Richard Schilling



> -----Original Message-----
> From: Jan Lindheim [mailto:lindheim at cacr.caltech.edu]
> Sent: Monday, October 16, 2000 4:54 PM
> To: beowulf at beowulf.org
> Subject: SC'00 State of the Field Address
> 
> 
> Dear all beowulfers,
> I'm posting the following message for Thomas Sterling to try get some
> material for his State of the Field Address at SC'00:
> 
> Greetings - I have a favor to ask of you. I am privileged to be giving
>             the State of the Field Address on Cluster Computing at the
>             SuperComputing 2000 Conference early next month in Dallas.
>             I am striving to assemble material that provides 
> the broadest
>             representation of our field and most objective 
> characterization
>             as well. You, in ensemble, reflect a significant 
> cutset of the
>             discipline of cluster computing. I would like to 
> request your
>             help by sending me any of the following that is 
> appropriate and
>             convenient for you:
>  
>                1.  Powerpoint viewgraph or JPEG picture with 
> one or more
>                    photographs of your cluster systems. You 
> may include
>                    bulleted specification of the cluster's 
> characteristics.
>                    Pictures with people in them are acceptable.
>  
>                2.  Powerpoint viewgraphs or JPEG pictures of 
> applications
>                    running on clusters. This can include 
> pictures of the end
>                    science (or other meta-discipline), charts 
> of performance or
>                    scalability measurements, or a combination 
> of both. A short
>                    word statement of the problem and 
> institution at which it
>                    was performed is fine, but not necessary.
>               
>                3.  List of cluster or clusters you have on site with
>                    specifications.
>  
>                4.  URL pointing to your web site where I 
> might garner more
>                    information.
> 
> 
> Please do not go out of your way over this, we appreciate 
> anything you may
> have to contribute to this.
> 
> Thanks much in advance for your help.
> Tron
> 
> 
> -- 
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