SODALITE aims to provide an optimized, highly resilient heterogeneous execution environment enabling operational transparency between Cloud and HPC infrastructures.
In the last article we introduced the use of devicetree-derived node labels for labelling static features of Edge Gateways but observed that this was not a complete labelling solution given its lack of support for the identification and labelling of devices attached to enumerable busses, such as PCI or USB
Find your book to read in your holidays, find new inspiration and prepare yourself for going back to the routine when vacation is ended up. Enjoy!
The ISC-HPC is one of the most impactful European industrial events dedicated to HPC, connecting more than three thousand practitioners and users, and including about 160 exhibitors.
The SODALITE blog is back again. We deliver monthly posts trying to convey the best of our updates and advances to our audience. This time, Karim Djemame (University of Leeds) visited us and left feedback on the relevant challenges within heterogeneity in complex systems.
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Within the SODALITE H2020 project, one of the areas we are focusing on is the deployment of optimized containers with accelerator-specific ML models for Edge-based inference across heterogeneous Edge Gateways in a Connected Vehicle Fleet.
SODALITE is building a scalable tool to exploit the mountain images from web cams and user photos to estimate the snow pack in predict water availability in Alpine lakes.
The back-end for practically any new software application domain, from healthcare to aerospace, is in the data centre.
In recent years, the global market has seen a tremendous rise in utility computing, which serves as the back-end for practically any new technology, methodology or application-level advancement, from healthcare to aerospace.