Grid Engine Evolution Summit 2012

Grid Engine Evolution Summit 2012

Join us for the 2012 Univa Grid Engine User Group Summit in beautiful Regensburg, Germany. See the agenda here

This is a space limited and unique opportunity to meet and network with fellow Grid Engine HPC users and vendors in a relaxed and friendly environment.

This two-day summit is designed to offer attendees highly specialized and focused information from Univa, our customers and our partners. This event is a must-attend for administrators, users, developers and managers of HPC and Big Data system who seek inside information that will help them approach the tasks today and to arm themselves with the knowledge and insight to solve tomorrow’s challenges with confidence.

The two days will include presentations of customer best practices, case studies, Univa technical and roadmap presentations and partner presentations. Topics will range from advances in hardware and cloud computing to the convergence of Grid Engine and Big Data.

The Summit includes lunch on both days, as well as evening activities on Monday and a gala reception on Monday night. Attendees will also get a chance to meet the Grid Engine developers in an informal setting, as they will host the Monday evening cocktail reception.

The Grid Engine Evolution Summit is the ultimate chance to become the Grid Engine expert in your HPC environment. 

When:

Monday, October 1 2012
Summit Day 1- 8:30- 17:15

Tuesday October 2, 2012
Summit Day 2- 8:30- 16:15

Where:

Regensburg, Germany

Best Western Premier Hotel
Ziegetsdorfer Strasse 111
Regensburg - Bayern
93051

Call for Papers:

Do you have a unique and interesting use case that you want to share? We'd like to hear about it and have you present it at the Summit.

Learn more...

 

Space is limited. Be sure to Register Today.

See the Agenda Here

Should you have any questions, please contact Univa at sales@univa.com.

About Regensburg

Located on the Danube River, the Old Town of Regensburg is an exceptional example of a central-European medieval trading center. Clearly visible are an interchange of cultural and architectural influences in play with narrow streets and tiny shops, a plethora of broad square with numerous pavement cafes and markets. This bustling Bavarian city has often been referred to as one of the most beautiful destinations in Europe. Read more about Regensburg here.

How to Get to Regensburg

 
Getting to Regensburg by Plane:
 
You have three convenient options:
 
  • Fly into Munich Airport (MUC) then either take a rental car or an airport shuttle bus (http://www.airportliner.com/index.php?lang=en) or take the local bus #635 from either one of the terminals to Freising main station and then a train to Regensburg. The trip takes about 1 hr by car and 1.5 hrs by bus/train.
  • Fly into Nuremburg Airport (NUE) then either take a rental car or an airport shuttle bus (http://www.airportliner.com/index.php?lang=en). The trip takes about 1 hr by car and 1.5 hrs by bus.
  • Fly into Frankfurt International Airport (FRA) then take a train to Regensburg. The train ride takes about 3 hrs and this may be a quicker option than stopping over in FRA and waiting for a connecting flight to MUC or NUE.
 
Getting to Regensburg by Car:
 
Regensburg is conveniently located on an intersection of two major highways, the A3 and the A93. Munich and Nuremburg are the closest big cities and they are both roughly 1 hr away from Regensburg. But also Frankfurt is only 3 hrs away or Berlin about 4 hrs.
 
Getting to Regensburg by Train:
 
Regensburg has a major train station and is connected to Germany's hight speed train services. There are hourly connections to and from locations such as Munich, Nuremburg, Frankfurt, Berlin or Vienna. Connections can be checked and tickets can be booked here