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Welcome to the IBM High Performance Computing Group

Connect with HPC subject matter experts and discuss how hybrid cloud HPC Solutions from IBM meet today's business needs. IBM offers a complete portfolio of integrated high-performance computing solutions which give you the flexibility to manage compute-intensive workloads on premises and/or in the cloud. This platform also gives you an opportunity to share ideas, best practices and lessons learned with other HPC,  LSF and Symphony users.


As a member of this online user community, you gain:

  • Direct engagement with IBM subject matter experts
  • Insights from your industry peers
  • News, announcements, and enhancement details
  • You’ll also get information regarding our regional and virtual user group meetings, upcoming webinars and blogs.

We invite you to actively participate and reach out to support@communitysite.ibm.com with any questions.

We look forward to your participation in this group.

For more information about HPC, visit our web page: https://www.ibm.com/high-performance-computing 
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Latest Discussions

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  • Hi Bernd Dammann, The GPUs shown in output are the ones which dont run the task. The task runs in host2 GPUs. Can you help me as to how should I modify my .sh file so that processes get launched on both nodes. This is my .sh file #!/bin/bash # ...

Latest Blogs

  • “We love our cluster – it even has a name” We all know that science, engineering and research is massively dependent on having access to large high performance computing (HPC) cluster systems to support simulations, calculations and ultimately new ...

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  • Update: The IBM Cloud HPC beta program is now closed. We would like to thank those who contacted us. In the spirit of the holiday season, we are inviting you to participate in the IBM Cloud HPC beta program this December. In this program, you ...

  • Overview Super Computing (SC) 2023 ended Friday. The following is my reflection and key learnings from workshops I attended. This is my first SC conference attendance. It was a conference that is in existence for over 34 years with the first one being ...

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  • Both IBM Spectrum Symphony and IBM Spectrum Conductor support self-signed certificates and external certificates for SSL connections. Both also provide self-signed certificates for testing purposes. If these certificates expire or if you ...

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  • For IBM Spectrum Symphony clusters, the PERF reporting database schema cannot be shared across multiple clusters. For optimal security, create multiple database instance for each IBM Spectrum Symphony cluster to isolate data securely for each IBM Spectrum ...

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