Since summer 2019, the national computing center of the CNRS for high performance computing and artificial intelligence is hosting the supercomputer « Jean Zay ». With more than 1500 scalar CPU nodes and 600 accelerated GPU nodes the peak performance reaches 28 PFLOPs. This equipment is available for research communities, either private or academic, relying on extrem computing. Getting
hours to run on the supercomputer is free at the condition that results are published.
During this talk we will cover the important administrative steps to be able to use the machine then describe the hardware and software environment. You will have all you need to get started on « Jean Zay ».
Myriam Peyrounette: CV