Performance evaluation of cloud-based parallel computing
Nakai, Yuto, Perrin, Dimitri, Ohsaki, Hiroyuki, & Walshe, Ray (2013) Performance evaluation of cloud-based parallel computing. In 2013 IEEE 37th Annual Computer Software and Applications Conference (COMPSAC 2013), IEEE Computer Society, Kyoto, Japan, pp. 351-355.
As computational models in fields such as medicine and engineering get more refined, resource requirements are increased. In a first instance, these needs have been satisfied using parallel computing and HPC clusters. However, such systems are often costly and lack flexibility. HPC users are therefore tempted to move to elastic HPC using cloud services. One difficulty in making this transition is that HPC and cloud systems are different, and performance may vary. The purpose of this study is to evaluate cloud services as a means to minimise both cost and computation time for large-scale simulations, and to identify which system properties have the most significant impact on performance. Our simulation results show that, while the performance of Virtual CPU (VCPU) is satisfactory, network throughput may lead to difficulties.
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