Press, Papers, and Talks

Press

  1. Fermilab computing experts bolster NOvA evidence, 1 million cores consumed – Fermilab News, July 2017
  2. Building HPC Clusters as Code in the (Almost) Infinite Cloud – InsideHPC, Dec 2016
  3. HEPCloud Formation – ASCR Discovery, Nov 2016
  4. Google Cloud, HEPCloud, and probing the nature of Nature – Google Cloud Platform Blog, Nov 2016
  5. NOvA Uses AWS to Shed Light on Neutrino Mysteries – Amazon Web Services Blog, July 2016
  6. Experiment that Discovered the Higgs Boson Uses AWS to Probe Nature – Amazon Web Services Blog, May 2016
  7. HEPCloud: how to add thousands of computers to your data center in a day – Fermilab News, Feb 2016

Videos

  1. Large scale and batch computing on Google Compute Engine – Google Cloud Next – Mar 2017 – Burt Holzman
  2. Building HPC Clusters as Code in the (Almost) Infinite Cloud – Amazon re:Invent – Dec 2016 – Gabriele Garzoglio

Talks

  1. The Fermilab HEPCloud – IIT Center for Interdisciplinary Computation – Nov 2017 – Burt Holzman
  2. Evolution of Computing Facilities – CPAD (Coordinating Panel for Advanced Detectors) – Oct 2017 – Burt Holzman
  3. HEPCloud: Provisioning 160,000 Cores for Science – APS DPF, Aug 2017 – Burt Holzman
  4. Lessons Learned with HEPCloud – CERN-IT, July 2017 – Burt Holzman
  5. 160,000 Core Demo on Google Compute Engine – HTCondor Week ’17, May 2017 – Steve Timm
  6. Provisioning 160,000 cores with HEPCloud – Google NEXT 2017, Mar 2017 – Burt Holzman
  7. The Fermilab HEPCloud – NITRD HEC Meeting, Jan 2017 – Burt Holzman
  8. The Fermilab HEPCloud – NITRD MAGIC Meeting, Jan 2017 – Burt Holzman
  9. The Fermilab HEPCloud: how to add 240 TFlops in an hour or two (Google Cloud) – Supercomputing ’16 – Nov 2016 – Burt Holzman
  10. The HEPCloud Facility: elastic computing for High Energy Physics – CHEP ’16 – Oct 2016 – Gabriele Garzoglio
  11. Fermilab HEPCloud: an elastic computing facility for High Energy Physics – ICHEP ’16 – Aug 2016 – Burt Holzman
  12. The Fermilab HEPCloud Facility:  Adding 60,000 Cores for Science – HTCondor Week ’16 – May 2016 – Burt Holzman
  13. The Fermilab HEPCloud Facility– HEPiX – Apr 2016 – Anthony Tiradani
  14. DOE Operations Review, Highlight: Evolution of Fermilab’s Computing Facilities (HEPCloud) – 17 Mar 2016, Burt Holzman (SCD)
  15. The Fermilab HEPCloud – Future Trends in Nuclear Physics Computing ’16 – Mar 2016 – Burt Holzman
  16. The Fermilab HEPCloud – OSG All-Hands Meeting – Mar 2016 – Burt Holzman
  17. HEP Cloud Status Report to DOE Dec 2015 + Elevator speech – Panagiotis Spentzouris

Papers

  1. Intelligently-automated facilities expansion with the HEPCloud Decision Engine (links to poster, paper)
    M. Altunay, W. Dagenhart, S. Fuess, B. Holzman, J. Kowalkowski, D. Litvintsev, Q. Lu, Mhashilkar, A. Moibenko, M. Paterno, P. Spentzouris, S. Timm, and A. Tiradani
    Accepted for 18th IEEE/ACM International Symposium on Cluster, Cloud and Grid Computing (CCGrid 2018)
  2. HEPCloud, a new paradigm for HEP facilities: CMS Amazon Web Services Investigation
    Holzman, B., Bauerdick, L.A.T., Bockelman, B. et al. Comput Softw Big Sci (2017) 1:1
  3. NOvA Processing on HEPCloud – Experience – Gabriele Garzoglio (restricted access)
    https://cd-docdb.fnal.gov:440/cgi-bin/ShowDocument?docid=5707
  4. The NOvA Experience on HEP Cloud: Amazon Web Services Demonstration
    http://cd-docdb.fnal.gov/cgi-bin/ShowDocument?docid=5774
  5. The documentation generated as part of the 2015 CRADA with KISTI – Gabriele Garzoglio and others (restricted access)
    https://cd-docdb.fnal.gov:440/cgi-bin/ShowDocument?docid=5611
  6. Fermilab HEP Cloud Facility Project – Charter v1.0