Due to the current situation, the IPDPS conference and the attached workshops will not take place as planned.
recent years are seeing an accelerated
evolution of high-end storage systems,
The availability of an increasing number
of persistent solid-state storage
technologies that can replace either
memory or disk
Performance Requirements: Disk-based parallel file systems cannot satisfy the performance needs of high-end systems. It is not clear how solid-state storage is best used to alleviate the problem.
Infrastructure evolution: HPC technology will not only be deployed in dedicated supercomputing centers in the future. “Embedded HPC”, “HPC in the box”, “HPC in the loop”, “HPC in the cloud”, “HPC as a service”, “near- to-real-time simulation” are concepts requiring new small-scale deployment environments for HPC. A federation of systems and functions with consistent mechanisms for managing I/O, storage and data processing across all participating systems will be required, to creating a “continuum” of computing.
Data analysis, including graph analytics
and machine learning
virtualization and disaggregation become
broadly used in cloud and HPC computing,
the issues of virtualized storage and
storage disaggregation have
The workshop aims to bring together researchers and developers working on high-end storage systems, libraries and applications in HPC and clusters, and users of such systems that are interested in these issues.
HPS 20120 welcomes original submissions in a range of areas, including but not limited to:
should present original research and
provide sufficient background material to
make them accessible to the broader
|Intro & Keynote|
10am - 10:30am
||Paper Session 1: I/O optimization|
||Optimizing Asynchronous Multi-level Checkpoint/Restart Configurations with Machine Learning. T. Dey, K. Sato, B. Nicolae, J. Guo, J. Domke, W. Yu, F. Cappello and K. Mohror|
|On Overlapping Communication and File I/O in Collective Write Operation. R. Feki and E. Gabriel|
|Enhancing Endurance of SSD Based High Performance Storage Systems using Emerging NVM Technologies. T. Roy and K. Kant|
|Design of Locality-aware MPI-IO for Scalable Shared File Write Performance. K. Sugihara and O. Tatebe|
||Paper Session 2 - Understanding and managing storage|
|Dynamic Provisioning of Storage Resources: A Case Study with Burst Buffers. F. Tessier, M. Martinasso, M. Chesi, M. Klein and M. Gila|
| Recorder 2.0: Efficient Parallel
I/O Tracing and Analysis. C. Wang,
J. Sun, M. Snir, K. Mohror and E.
|Silent Data Access Protocol for NVRAM+RDMA Distributed Storage. Q, Liu and P. Varman|
All submissions should follow the IEEE standard 8.5” x 11” two-column format. The workshop will accept traditional research papers (8-10 pages) for in-depth topics and short papers (4-8 pages) for works in progress on hot topics.
the papers should be submitted here.
Papers should not be submitted in parallel to any other conference or journal.
The proceedings of this workshop will be published together with the proceedings of other IPDPS 2020 workshops by the IEEE Computer Society Press. Proceedings of the workshops are distributed at the conference and are submitted for inclusion in the IEEE Xplore Digital Library after the conference. At least one of the authors of each accepted paper must register as a participant of the workshop and present the paper at the workshop, in order to have the paper published in the proceedings.
Please follow emailed instructions and check the main conference website.