THOR - Transparent Heterogenous Open Resource Framework
Dr. Anne C. Elster
Dr. Jose Luis Vazquez-Poletti (Universidad Complutense de Madrid (UCM), Spain)
Dr. Jan Perhac (ERCIM Post Doc, NTNU April 2010 - April 2011)
Jan Perhac and Jose Luis Vazquez-Poletti in front of the Main building (Hovedbygget) at NTNU, June 2010
THOR is a framework for providing seamless access
to HPC systems composed of heterogeneous resources. Our
work focuses on the core module, in particular the policy
engine. To validate our approach, THOR has been implemented
on a scaled-down heterogeneous cluster within a cloud-based
computational environment. Our testing includes an Open CL
encryption/decryption algorithm that was tested for several
use cases. T
"Towards Exa-Scale: Heterogenous Clouds (CPUs, GPUs, Embedded Devices)
organized by Elster and Vazquez-Poletti accepted at
Related Publications and links
- J.L. Vazquez-Poletti, J. Perhac, J. Ryan and A.C. Elster:
"THOR: A Transparent Heterogeneous Open
to be presented at HCCE at IEEE Cluster 2010.
PDF of personal-use-only pre-print
- HPC-Lab Presentations and Pu
HPC-Lab at NTNU
Jan Perhac working on our THOR test-bed
THOR core at the Tyholt tower in Trondheim with visitor
Krystyna Napierala from Poznan, Polen, June 2010.
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