XUG seminar // tutorial: Simgrid

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IRISA Rennes
Markov room
Martin Quinson

You are welcome to our next session and we'll have a tutorial on Simgrid (see below)

Note that this tutorial will take place on site (Inria Rennes center)

Please register here: https://notes.inria.fr/8Jf8nzaaRV270ZVd_eDg_w#

XUG seminar // https://xug.gitlabpages.inria.fr/meetings

[eXperimenters User Group]
Inria - Rennes
Tuesday April, 4pm - 5:30pm

Markov Room

SimGrid (https://simgrid.org/) is a toolkit that provides core functionalities for the simulation of distributed applications in heterogeneous distributed environments. It enables the sound and reproducible simulation of (Data)Grids, P2P, Clouds, Clusters and HPC, allowing multi-domain studies. It can be used either to simulate algorithms and prototypes of applications, or to emulate real MPI applications through the virtualization of their communication, or to formally assess algorithms and applications that can run in the framework. This project is the result of an international collaboration lasting since more than 20 years. It was used as a scientific instrument in about 500 scientific papers from all continents.

In this tutorial, you will learn how SimGrid can be used to address the classical challenges in the study of distributed systems. A large part will be dedicated to the practical manipulations, through hands-on activities.

Participants are only required to know either C++ or Python as a programming language, and to have a working Docker installation on their laptop.