Browsing by Author "Meyer, Hugo"
Now showing items 1-5 of 5
An approach for an efficient execution of SPMD applications on Multi-core environments Muresano, Ronal; Meyer, Hugo; Rexachs, Dolores; Luque, Emilio (Elsevier, 2017-01)
Open AccessExecuting traditional Message Passing Interface (MPI) applications on multi-core cluster balancing speed and computational efficiency is a difficult task that parallel programmers have to deal with. For this reason, ...
Diluting the Scalability Boundaries: Exploring the Use of Disaggregated Architectures for High-Level Network Data Analysis Vega, Carlos; Zazo, Jose F.; Meyer, Hugo; Zyulkyarov, Ferad; Lopez-Buedo, S.; Aracil, Javier (IEEE, 2018-02-15)
Open AccessTraditional data centers are designed with a rigid architecture of fit-for-purpose servers that provision resources beyond the average workload in order to deal with occasional peaks of data. Heterogeneous data centers are ...
DimLightSim: optical/electrical network simulator for HPC applications Meyer, Hugo; Sancho, José Carlos (Barcelona Supercomputing Center, 2015-05-05)
Open AccessOptical Packet Switches (OPS) and Optical Circuit Switches (OCS) provide the needed low latency transmissions in today large data centers and HPC systems. These switches can deliver lower latency and higher bandwidth than ...
Disaggregated Computing. An Evaluation of Current Trends for Datacentres Meyer, Hugo; Sancho, Jose C.; Quiroga, Josue V.; Zyulkyarov, Ferad; Roca, Damian; Nemirovsky, Mario (Elsevier, 2017)
Open AccessNext generation data centers will likely be based on the emerging paradigm of disaggregated function-blocks-as-a-unit departing from the current state of mainboard-as-a-unit. Multiple functional blocks or bricks such as ...
Hybrid Message Pessimistic Logging. Improving current pessimistic message logging protocols Meyer, Hugo; Muresano, Ronal; Castro-León, Marcela; Rexachs, Dolores; Luque, Emilio (Elsevier, 2017-06-01)
Open AccessWith the growing scale of HPC applications, there has been an increase in the number of interruptions as a consequence of hardware failures. The remarkable decrease of Mean Time Between Failures (MTBF) in current systems ...