Open source tools

ADMIRE project is commited to the generation of open software tools that can be freely used by the committe. All the source code tools can be accessed through the ADMIRE GITLAB.

Related to the WPs of the ADMIRE project, we can structure tools as follows.

WP2. Ad-hoc file systems

WP3. Malleability tools

WP4. I/O scheduling

WP5. Sensing and profiling

WP6. Intelligent controller

WP7. Applications co-design

Open data

WP7. Applications co-design

I/O traces collection Inititives.

Standardization effort

  • MPI sessions.
  • PMIx.
  • ISO C++ Standardization Committee. Group ARCOS from UC3M participates activiely in the C++ standardadization. Jose D. Garcia is the president of subcommittee CTN71/SC22 (programming languages and software interfaces) and of subcommittee CTN71/SC22/GT21 (C++ language). He is the Spanish representative at C++ International Committee.

Users Group

We are disseminating our solutions to potential users belonging to other EuroHPC projects, Teratec Forum, or the HIPEAC association.

  • Spack tutorial and minihackaton. 13-14 February 2023. CINECA. Bologna. Italy. Detailed program. Full Session recording. Materials.
  • ADMIRE Tutorial at PDP2023. March 1-3, 2023. Napoli, Italy. Tutorial materials. Tutorial recording. Session 1. Session2.
  • ADMIRE Booth at PDP2023. March 1-3, 2023. Napoli, Italy. Booth video Carrousel
  • ADMIRE Presentation at TERATEC Forum. May 2021. (Virtual).
  • ADMIRE Booth at TERATEC Forum (collocated with Paratools). June 14 – June 15. 2022. Palaiseau.
  • ADMIRE Booth at TERATEC Forum. May 30 – June 1. 2023. Paris. France.
  • ADMIRE Booth at TERATEC Forum. May 29 – May 30. 2024. Paris. France.
  • GRSS ESI/HDCRS End-to-End Machine Learning with Supercomputing and in the Cloud. Gabriele Cavallaro, Rocco Sedona, Jülich Supercomputing Centre (JSC); Manil Maskey, NASA; and Iksha Gurung, University of Alabama. International Geoscience asn Remote Sensing Symposium. Pasadena. California, USA. Jul. 16, 2023.
  • Hackathon on Dynamic Resources in HPC. EUROPAR 2024, 27 August 2024. Universidad Carlos III de Madrid, Spain. In cooperation with TIME-X and REGALE EuroHPC projects.