The design of the IPACS distributed software architecture

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The design of the IPACS distributed software architecture
The IPACS-project (Integrated Performance Analysis of Computer Systems) was founded by the Federal Department of Education, Science, Research and Technology (BMBF) in the program High-Performance-Computing to define a new standard for measuring system performance. One part of this research project is the design of a distributed architecture for execution of benchmarks on High Performance Computers. Its objective is to guide benchmarkers along a mostly automated benchmarking process cycle in compiling and executing benchmarks, and finally gathering and presenting the measured results on a central website. In this paper we present a distributed software architecture which allows immediate analysis of the results, is robust and flexible to support this benchmarking process for the benchmark community.
Heinz Kredel, Matthias Merz
Added 31 Oct 2010
Updated 31 Oct 2010
Type Conference
Year 2004
Authors Heinz Kredel, Matthias Merz
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