Towards the Integration of a HPC Build System in the Cloud Ecosystem
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Once the Cloud computing matures, and the diversification of resources and levels at which they can be accessed, there is a growing need to identify specialized languages and technologies that can provide a high level of flexibility and transparency in accessing, managing, and utilizing these resources. In this context, the alignment of these capabilities with current developments, especially at topology, orchestration and management level, becomes a necessity. Such an implementation is usually based on a self-* approach, which is also suitable for supporting the migration of selected HPC applications to the cloud. Our research is based on a self-organizing, self-management approach and investigates the option of self-configuration, supported by the easybuild toolchain.
KeywordsCloud computing Easybuild Cloud orchestration
This work was partially funded by the European Union’s Horizon 2020 Research and Innovation Programme through the CloudLightning project (http://www.cloudlightning.eu) under Grant Agreement Number 643946.
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