We’re looking forward to seeing you at SC16 November 13-18 in Salt Lake City. We’ll be on hand with our senior analysts and scientists to discuss your most vexing HPC challenges. Stop by Booth 4460 anytime during exhibiting hours for a conversation.
Don’t have a pass to the exhibit floor? We may have some extras – just ask. Prefer to meet somewhere quieter? Just fill out the form to request a meeting, and we’ll have you join us at our reserved, off-site location.
We will discuss the similarities and differences between two workflow management systems – NOAA’s Rocoto and ECMWF’s ecFlow – in use at the National Centers for Environmental Prediction. We’ll examine how these systems, which together manage 30,000 jobs daily, approach workflow management from different angles, and the challenges of transitioning between them.
Kit Menlove, Ph.D., Senior Production Analyst Education
Terry McGuinness, HPC Systems Analyst
Where and When:
Tuesday, Nov. 15
Approaches to Modernizing and Modularizing Fortran codes using Fortran 2003
Fortran is often derided by the software development community, but its use remains widespread throughout scientific computing. We will present several approaches that have been used successfully at NOAA to modularize and modernize existing Fortran code in heavy use within the weather forecasting community.
Mark Potts, Ph.D., Senior Computational Scientist
Where and When:
Wednesday, Nov. 16
Don’t miss these illuminating presentations – or the chance to begin a discussion of how to drive greater efficiency with your own HPC system.
See you in Salt Lake!