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The DEEP projects actively develop software in key areas such as programming software, I/O, resiliency, benchmarking, tools, resource management, and job scheduling. Most of the developments are open source.

 

Software Overview DEEP-ERWithin the DEEP projects, developments are made in key software areas:

  • Programming software
  • I/O software
  • Resiliency software
  • Benchmarking & tools
  • Resource management & job scheduling

The software used in the DEEP projects is mostly open source. The developments within the projects have partially also been reflected in the release updates as it is for instance the case with SIONib or BeeGFS. Some software has been entirely developed within the project, e.g. the libNAM library which enables access to the Network Attached Memory (NAM).

Below you find an overview on the software used in the project and where to get more information, where to download the latest releases and to access the documentation.

Programming Environment
OmpSs  
ParaStation MPI
I/O Software
BeeGFS  
SIONlib
E10 N/A N/A
Resiliency
OmpSs  
SCR info to come
libNAM info to come
Benchmarking & Tools
JUBE
Extrae
Paraver
Dimemas