From exceedingly captivating videos to cool giveaways, technical presentations punctuate the frenetic pace of activity in the SUSE booth each year at HPC’s main event. This year, in booth # 4427 at SC16 in Salt Lake City, “Food for your brain” features contributions from SUSE employees, customers and partners. Univa is delighted to be participating again this year, and will contribute three, different presentations during the exhibits component of the conference.
The abstract for the first of the three presentations is as follows:
Tuesday, November 15, 2016 at 11:30 am MST, SUSE Booth # 4427
Introducing Univa UniSight 4: Workload-Centric Monitoring and Reporting for SUSE Linux Clusters
Ian Lumb, Solutions Architect, Univa Corporation
Because its express purpose is to optimally manage workloads, Univa® Grid Engine® has intimate access to the metrics that allow for monitoring and reporting on all the applications within its purview. As the monitoring and reporting solution designed specifically for Univa Grid Engine, Univa® UniSight™ 4 is uniquely placed to make visible the metrics that characterize workload-specific objects such as jobs, plus SUSE Linux hosts and clusters. UniSight ensures a quality end user experience through use of a modern WebUI framework that is robust, highly customizable, while also being visually appealing. End users and admins can choose to make use of pre-existing charts and reports based on real-time or historical monitoring and reporting metrics, or develop their own. In addition to the highly dynamic experience delivered by the Web-based UI, charts and reports can exported and shared for collaborative and other purposes. Over the fullness of time, analytics based on UniSight informs future-proofing decisions designed to ensure optimal utilization as well as capacity planning for one or many SUSE Linux clusters.
To see a live demonstration of Univa UniSight, please drop by the Univa booth (# 2009) at SC16. We look forward to meeting with you to discuss how this product will meet your monitoring and reporting needs in your Univa Grid Engine cluster.