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MOC 50290 Understanding and Administering Windows HPC Server 2008

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Das Seminar "MOC 50290 Understanding and Administering Windows HPC Server 2008" wurde abgekündigt. Wir können Ihnen diese Schulung in Form eines Workshops in Ihrem Unternehmen anbieten.

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Ziele

In dieser Schulung erwerben die Teilnehmer das Know-how für die Einrichtung und Administration von Hochleistungsclustern unter Microsoft Windows HPC Server 2008.

Zielgruppe

IT Administratoren

Voraussetzungen

Windows Server 2008 Erfahrung

Agenda

Introduction to High-Performance Computing and HPC Server

  • Motivation for HPC.
  • Brief product history of Compute Cluster Server and Windows HPC Server 2008.
  • Brief overview of Windows HPC Server 2008 - components, job submission, scheduler.
  • HPC resources: cores vs. sockets vs. nodes.
  • Product differentiators.
  • The goal of your developers - linear speedup.

The Windows HPC Server Job Scheduler in depth

  • Throughput vs. performance.
  • Jobs vs. Tasks.
  • Job and task states.
  • The definition of a failed job / task, auto re-starting upon failure.
  • Default scheduling policies.
  • Job-level vs. task-level policies.
  • The impact of job priorities and job preemption.
  • Job resources and dynamic growing / shrinking.

The main components of a Windows HPC Server cluster

  • Headnode vs. compute nodes vs. broker nodes.
  • Windows Server 2008 + HPC Pack.
  • SQL Server.
  • Active directory and credentials management.
  • Network topologies.
  • Data storage options: SMB, NAS, PFS.
  • Job Scheduler and the job queue.

I nterfacing with HPC Server - from command prompts to MMC p lugins

  • Cluster Manager.
  • Job Manager.
  • Job Description Files.
  • Clusrun.
  • Console window.
  • PowerShell.
  • Scripts.
  • Programmatically via HPCS API.

Basic cluster setup, from hardware to software

  • Hardware, physical and virtual.
  • Software: Windows Server 2008 editions, Windows HPC Server Pack, Windows HPC Server Pack SDK.
  • Active Directory integration.
  • Common groups, local directories, and network shares.
  • Network topologies, DNS, and DHCP.
  • Runtimes, software, and tools commonly needed by developers.
  • Supporting remote debugging and tracing.

Advanced setup and integration options

  • Windows Deployment Services.
  • High-speed networking hardware and drivers, e.g. InfiniBand.
  • Configuring headnode failover with Windows Server Failover Clustering.
  • Enabling support for Open Grid Forum’s basic web profile.
  • Additional monitoring via System Center Operations Manager.
  • Cluster integration (with other Windows HPC Server clusters, and Linux clusters).

Understanding how developers will use the cluster

  • What applications can run on the cluster.
  • What software technologies will developers typically use.
  • Sequential apps.
  • Parametric sweep.
  • SOA applications.
  • Multi-threaded apps.
  • MPI apps.
  • UNIX apps.
  • The cluster heatmap and how to customize.

Configuring Windows HPC Server 2008

  • Node groups.
  • Job templates.
  • Job preemption.
  • Dynamic resource allocation.
  • Submission and activation filters.
  • Job history, job restarting.
  • Applying configurations to HPC users and groups.

Maintenance and Performance Tuning of your Cluster

  • Cluster Manager diagnostics.
  • Defining your own, custom diagnostic tests.
  • Common job and task failures - from the command-line to licensing.
  • App-specific failures with MPI and SOA.
  • Security issues.
  • Remote desktop as a debugging technique.
  • Windows event log.
  • WCF tracing.

Cluster Maintenance

  • Cluster Manager charts and reports.
  • Performance maintenance: MPI ping-pong, Lizard, and uSane.
  • Synchronizing software patches to the cluster.
  • Headnode maintenance.
  • SQL Server maintenance.
  • Compute and broker node maintenance.
  • Automating maintenance runs.

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