back to article Red Hat helps US Department of Energy containerize supercomputing

Cloud-native architectures have changed the way applications are deployed, but remain relatively uncharted territory for high-performance computing (HPC). This week, however, Red Hat and the US Department of Energy will be making some moves in the area. The IBM subsidiary – working closely with the Lawrence Berkeley, Lawrence …

  1. HildyJ Silver badge
    Boffin

    Containers

    "The ability to easily deploy HPC workloads in containers or on Kubernetes has implications for the wave of enterprises scrambling to deploy large parallel workloads like AI/ML"

    OTOH, misconfigured Kubernetes and containers have proven difficult to contain and frequently show up on ElReg in a less than favorable light.

    With a narrow focus on specific applications and hardware, Red Hat may get it right (although even that isn't a given). I would be wary, though, of attempting to expand it to general use.

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