[hpc-announce] CFP: Monitoring and Analysis Workshop @ IEEE Cluster (10th year!) - EXTENDED DEADLINES

Gentile, Ann gentile at sandia.gov
Mon Jun 5 19:40:39 CDT 2023

Workshop on Monitoring and Analysis for HPC Systems Plus Applications (HPCMASPA) - 10th year!
@ IEEE Cluster 2023

Santa Fe, NM USA, Oct 31 2023

HPCMASPA, held in conjunction with IEEE Cluster, is the workshop focused on monitoring, observability, and response in large-scale applications that support scientific computing, at-scale databases, financial trading, web traffic, and similar distributed workloads.

Tenth year Special Topic:
HPC, cloud, and data-analysis-focused computing are converging. New insight and assessment are needed to understand the dynamic resource demands of these computing paradigms, what constitutes figures of merit of performance for a diverse and/or integrated workload, what opportunities are there for co-scheduling and dynamic scheduling, and more.

HPCMASPA in its 10th year solicits research and position papers (both full and short) as well as lightning talks meant to enable the revolutionary change in monitoring and analysis needed to ensure performance in this converging computational ecosystem as well as in canonical HPC.

I: Research/Position Papers (Full or Short/Work In Progress)
Full or short peer-reviewed papers describing novel work that is complete or in progress.  Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
* How HPC system and application monitoring can be influenced by how cloud and web companies are monitoring their environments and applications
* What data, analytics, figures of merit for performance apply in different computing cases and how monitoring and analysis will need to change to address these concurrently
* Challenges in monitoring and analysis in converged environments (e.g., microservices vs tightly-coupled applications)
* Changes to systems and software to support feedback from and dynamic response to monitoring and analysis
* Traditional HPC monitoring and analysis with consideration of relevancy to changing architectures and workflows

Full: 8 pages plus 2 additional reference-only pages
Short/WIP: 4 pages plus 2 additional reference-only pages

II: Lightning Talks
Short, non-peer-reviewed talks that will be selected by the organizing committee.  Potential topics include, but are not limited to:
* Breaking news, new positions, and stimulating insights on the potential topics above
* Driving coordinated change in monitoring and analysis tooling, software, and architectures to enable interoperability of HPC, cloud, and data-analytic workflows

Full and Short Papers Due: June 30, 2023
Full and Short Paper Notifications: July 17, 2023
Full and Short Camera Ready Papers Due: July 25, 2023
Lightning Talk Proposals Due: Mid-September

FOR MORE INFORMATION: https://sites.google.com/view/hpcmaspa2023

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