HPC Scientific Simulation Computational Storage Saga


Los Alamos is working to revolutionize how scientific data management is done, moving from large Petabyte sized files generated periodically by extreme scale simulations to a record and column based approach. Along the journey, the NVME Computational Storage efforts became a strategic way to help accomplish this revolution. Los Alamos has been working on a series of proof of concepts with a set of data storage industry partners and these partnerships have proven to be the key to success. This talk will summarize the three proof of concept applications of Computation Storage and some of the industry partnership projects that have helped pave the way for LANL and hopefully industry to new approaches to large scale data management.

Gary Grider
Los Alamos National Laboratory
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