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A Middleware Supporting Data Movement in Complex and Software-Defined Storage and Memory Architectures

Abstract : Among the broad variety of challenges that arise from workloads in a converged HPC and Cloud infrastructure, data movement is of paramount importance, especially oncoming exascale systems featuring multiple tiers of memory and storage. While the focus has, for years, been primarily on optimizing computations, the importance of improving data handling on such architectures is now well understood. As optimization techniques can be applied at different stages (operating system, run-time system, programming environment, and so on), a middleware providing a uniform and consistent data awareness becomes necessary. In this paper, we introduce a novel memory-and data-aware middleware called Maestro, designed for data orchestration.
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Christopher Haine, Utz-Uwe Haus, Maxime Martinasso, Dirk Pleiter, François Tessier, et al.. A Middleware Supporting Data Movement in Complex and Software-Defined Storage and Memory Architectures. ISC 2021 SuperCompCloud - 4th Workshop on Interoperability of Supercomputing and Cloud Technologies, Jul 2021, Frankfurt, Germany. pp.1-12. ⟨hal-03313021⟩

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