The Ubuntu HPC Team

August 31, 2023

The Ubuntu HPC Team

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In High-Performance Computing (HPC) and Simulation Engineering, collaboration is the key to accelerating innovation.

Omnivector is a leading provider of cutting-edge HPC solutions who has embraced open-source software development since its inception by developing its software projects as publicly accessible code in GitHub. Ubuntu, a popular open-source operating system, is the preferred operating system used in many large-scale, enterprise installations. Flexibility, scalability, security footprint, community, and enterprise support make Ubuntu the ideal platform for large enterprise HPC installations.

Recognizing the need for a collaborative platform that brings together the brightest minds in HPC, Omnivector, and Canonical have joined forces to form the Ubuntu HPC team. This team comprises diverse experts in various fields, including software development, system administration, DevOps, and simulation engineering. By leveraging their collective knowledge and skills, the Ubuntu HPC team aims to drive innovation and create new possibilities in the realm of HPC. Find Canonical’s post introducing the new team on their blog.

Current working initiatives of the newly formed team include weekly community meetings, workshops, code reviews, and discussions around infrastructure automation in the HPC space. The governance specification for the Ubuntu HPC team defines the team members, a meeting time and location, communication platforms, contributing guidelines, and a FAQ with answers to commonly asked questions.

The Ubuntu HPC team is pushing the boundaries of what is possible in the field of HPC automation and will continue to create groundbreaking solutions that revolutionize the industry. Come join us every Wednesday @ 16:30 UTC or reach out on our public matrix channel.

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