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RDPM: An Extensible Tool for Resilience Design Patterns Modeling

Resilience to faults, errors, and failures in extreme-scale high-performance computing systems is a critical challenge. Resilience design patterns offer a new, structured hardware and software design approach for improving resilience. While prior work focused on developing performance, reliability, and availability models for resilience design patterns, this work extends it by providing a Resilience Design Patterns Modeling (RDPM) tool which allows (1) exploring performance, reliability, and availability of each resilience design pattern, (2) offering customization of parameters to optimize performance, reliability, and availability, and (3) allowing investigation of trade-off models for combining multiple patterns for practical resilience solutions.

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Christian Engelmann
Oak Ridge National Laboratory