Topics to be discussed will include:
- How high throughput computing accelerates research, and how OSG can help users scale up.
- Usability challenges and solutions for distributed high throughput computing applications.
- Connecting virtual organizations, campus researchers and XSEDE users to the OSG: command line, science gateways, and workflow frameworks.
- Training and education: partnerships with ACI-REF and Software Carpentry.
- Serving more of the "long tail” of science with high throughput parallel computing: incorporating multi-core, GPU and virtual cluster resources into science workflows using shared and allocated distributed infrastructure.
- Advanced network analytics services for national Science DMZ infrastructure.
- Cyberinfrastructure partnerships: university research computing HPC centers, XSEDE XD providers, DOE laboratories, NSF Large Facility computing organizations and commercial cloud providers.
- Technologies, strategies, ideas, and discussions on how OSG can foster partnerships across the widest possible range of CI.
As has been the custom, the 2016 OSG AHM will be co-located with the U.S. Large Hadron Collider (LHC at CERN) computing facility meetings.
Logistical information, registration and agenda information will be forthcoming at http://citi.clemson.edu/osg-ahm-2016/index.html.