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New features of Windows 2008 HPC Developer tools

Postby guest » Tue Nov 18, 2008 9:57 pm

Compute Cluster Server 2003 offers .NET (C#) and COM application programming interface (API) for the CCS 2003 Job Scheduler and Microsoft Message Passing Interface (MS-MPI).

Windows 2008 HPC adds the following new features:

* Service Oriented Application (SOA) programming platform
* Scalable HPC Pack 2008 API with eventing support
* Microsoft-Message Passing Interface (MS-MPI) events are now integrated with Event Tracing for Windows. This enhancement helps you to troubleshoot and fine tune the performance of your applications without having to use special traces or debug builds. For more information about the new MS-MPI tracing capability, see the Windows HPC Server 2008 Software and Driver Development Kit (SDK). This SDK is available for download at the Windows HPC Server 2008 site on Connect (http://go.microsoft.com/fwlink/?LinkID=119579).
* Customizable default job template

In addition, the new version includes support for all COM APIs in Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.

The SDK now contains ten scenario-based, developer-focused tutorials covering the following topics:

* Newcomers to HPC
* Classic HPC programming using C++
* Classic HPC programming using Fortran
* HPC programming using C#/MPI.net
* HPC programming using F#/MPI.net
* HPC Programming using Python/MPI.net
* Porting applications from Unix/Linux to Windows HPC
* Debugging HPC programs using Allinea DDT
* Profiling/Tracing using Event Tracing for Windows
* Using Math libraries on Windows HPC
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