Ann Gentile's research interests are in HPC Monitoring and Analysis and in Adaptive Dynamic Systems based on monitoring system data. She is Sandia's ACES Trinity Supercomputer Operations Lead. She is a member of the Office of Science Funded Resilience project, Holistic Measurement Driven Resilience, in collaboration with 3 major supercomputing centers. She is a co-developer of the R&D 100 award-winning Lightweight Distributed Metric Service (LDMS) which is included in the Tri-lab Operating System Stack (TOSS) and deployed on NCSA's Blue Waters, the world's largest node count Cray system.
Ann is active in building the HPC Monitoring community via activities such as the Coordinating Chair of the Workshop on Monitoring and Analysis of HPC Systems Plus Applications (HPCMASPA), the Cray System Monitoring Working Group, and the community website and mailing list Monitoring Large-Scale HPC Systems.