The Microservice Demo Application (Running Inside OSv Unikernels Locally)

This post is a continuation of Microservice Demo Application post where Node.js application is described: The Microservice Demo Application (Introduction) The last part of this blog series will introduce you to Running the Application Inside OSv Unikernels On Kubernetes Introduction Application osv-microservice-demo serves for demonstration purposes of the improvements made to OSv and Capstan in…

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Shape your H2020 research future

If you are an innovator, a researcher or an entrepreneur from any of the fields connected with cloud computing, take part in the shaping, provide input what you wish to be addressed in the next H2020 work programme at: https://ec.europa.eu/digital-single-market/en/news/consultation-cloud-computing-research-innovation-challenges-wp-2018-2020 DG CONNECT is consulting all interested stakeholders on the research and innovation challenges in the…

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Cancellous Bone Simulation

This blog post is one in the series of the use case descriptions. This use case runs usually in an HPC environment and complex enough to demonstrate, how to adapt an HPC application to the MIKELANGELO architecture and software stack. Introduction The purpose of  the Cancellous bone simulation is to understand the structure of the…

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NFS on OSv or “How I Learned to Stop Worrying About Memory Allocations and Love the Unikernel”

By Benoît Canet and Don Marti – ScyllaDB A new type of OSv workload   The MIKELANGELO project aims to bring High Performance Computing (HPC) to the cloud. HPC traditionally involves bleeding edge technologies, including lots of CPU cores, Infiniband interconnects between nodes, MPI libraries for message passing, and surprise … NFS, a very old timer of the UNIX…

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