Arm High Performance Computing Tools are market-leading solutions for software development, debugging, profiling and application performance analysis on any HPC platform. With Arm software, you can build reliable and optimized code faster and cut development and run times.
Hewlett Packard Enterprise resells Arm Forge Ultimate, Arm Allinea Studio and Arm DDT.
Intel oneAPI is an open, unified programming model built on standards to simplify development and deployment of data-centric workloads across CPUs, GPUs, FPGAs, and other accelerators.
Extract high application performance on multiple types of Intel® architecture by using advanced, cross-architecture software development tools from Intel.
The Intel oneAPI product family includes compilers, performance libraries, analyzer and debugger tools, and domain-specific toolkits, along with libraries and accelerated workload tools.
Intel oneAPI is available as a complimentary download. Hewlett Packard Enterprise resells priority support for the solution.
Are you looking for a suite of tools, development platforms, and components to help your team produce better code?
TotalViewTM by Perforce software development solution simplifies all aspects of the high performance computing (HPC) development lifecycle and reduces overall release times. The solution addresses the growing complexity of building great software and accelerates the value gained from code across the enterprise. It assists developers to quickly build applications for strategic software initiatives. With TotalView by Perforce, customers improve software quality and code integrity, while shortening development cycle times.
Bright Computing is the leading provider of platform-independent commercial cluster management software in the world. Bright Cluster Manager™, Bright Cluster Manager for Data Science™, and Bright OpenStack™ automate the process of installing, provisioning, configuring, managing, and monitoring clusters for HPC, big data, machine learning, and OpenStack environments.
Do you need to improve data management in your HPC and AI Linux® storage environment? The HPE Data Management Framework (DMF) provides more efficient utilization of storage infrastructure, reduced time to insight, and allows for petabyte scale backup and Point-in-Time restoration of data. A new architecture allows for extensible metadata, which allows tagging data with attributes which can be queried to allow simplified creation of data sets. Along with data set labeling, job scheduler integration and the built-in policy engine, data intensive workflows can be automated and streamlined through automatic data set creation, staging of data, and data movement for processing. This automated data management functionality allows efficient utilization of storage infrastructure by removing stale data from defined data tiers and provides a virtual storage space that appears to be unlimited in size. Needed data is automatically retrieved as needed, making storage look "bigger on the inside."
HPE Message Passing Interface (MPI) is an MPI development environment designed to enable the development and optimization of high performance computing (HPC) applications. It leverages optimized software libraries, runtime tools, and a scalable development environment to help customers tune and accelerate compute-intensive applications running on any HPE Linux-based cluster.
Altair PBS Professional offers comprehensive workload management for high-performance computing, and cloud environments. The workload management suite allows HPC users to simplify their environment while optimizing system utilization, boosting application performance, and improving ROI on hardware and software investments. Altair PBS Professional is the preferred solution for many of the largest, most complex clusters and supercomputers1 - and is the choice for smaller organizations needing HPC solutions that are easy to adopt and use.
Do you require rapid access to shared data between multiple servers within a Linux® high-performance computing (HPC) cluster on a Storage Area Network (SAN)? The HPE Clustered Extents File System is designed to provide simultaneous, high speed shared access to data between clustered Linux servers connected to a SAN, where each server in the cluster has direct high-speed data channels to a shared set of disks. The servers share a single name-space within the cluster, so each server can see all files, and can access files at local to near-local speeds. HPE Clustered Extents File System can scale for bandwidth or I/O by adding additional storage or network connections and provide for high availability (HA) of data within a design that detects and automatically recovers from server or network failure.
Do you need to increase high performance compute (HPC) usability and effectiveness across your entire organization? NICE Desktop Cloud Visualization and NICE EnginFrame software are aimed at company-wide management and optimization of computing and visualization resources. The solutions can be purchased from HPE individually or together.
Are your HPC and AI compute workloads bottlenecked by slow storage performance? WekaIO Matrix is a high performance, scalable, and parallel file system that is ideal for AI, technical computing, and mixed workloads. The flash-native, highly resilient, POSIX file system delivers the high IOPS and low-latency throughput needed for demanding compute requirements. WekaIO Matrix provides integrated policy-based tiering, so data can span from NVMe flash to object storage in a single namespace for easy management and cost-effective economics. Native support for the industry-standard S3 interface allows integration with both on-premises and cloud environments. Your organization made a significant investment in the compute infrastructure to support your analytics workloads, not allow data accessibility be the bottleneck to the overall productivity of your solution. WekaIO Matrix delivers the performance you need, so your data analysis pipelines will never be stalled waiting for data.
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