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CELAR+SCAN: Moving HPC to the cloud

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Abstract: CELAR is an elastic cloud overseer, and SCAN is a framework for porting batch job pipelines to run under it. This talk examines how, combined, they can make better use of cloud resources and achieve better task latency than a classical HPC environment.

Bio: Chris was a computer lab PhD student starting in 2010, and will graduate in January 2015. He studied program specialisation and contributed to the Ciel cloud computing infrastructure. He now works with Cancer Research UK, affiliated with the University of Manchester, developing SCAN as part of the CELAR project.

This talk is part of the Computer Laboratory Systems Research Group Seminar series.

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