HDF Products

Today, I am writing to all of you to announce the launch of both a Community Edition (CE) and a subscription-based Enterprise Support Edition (ESE) for HDF5. This model is similar to Red Hat, Lustre, and other open source projects. We are moving down this pathway to address the challenges that continuously face us in achieving sustainability and increasing community involvement....

On March 30th, we announced the release of HDF5 version 1.10.2. With this release, we accomplished all the tasks planned for the major HDF5 1.10 series. It is time for applications to start migrating (or start their migration) from HDF5 1.8 to the new major release as we will be dropping support for HDF5 1.8 in Summer 2019. In this blog post , we will focus only on the major new features and bug fixes in HDF5 1.10.2. Hopefully, after reading about those, you will be convinced it is time to upgrade to HDF5 1.10.2....

The HDF Server allows producers of complex datasets to share their results with a wide audience base. We used it to develop the Global Fire Emissions Database (GFED) Analysis Tool, a website which guides the user through our dataset. A simple webmap interface allows users to select an area of interest and produce data visualization charts. ...

The HDF Group’s HDF Server has been nominated for Best Use of HPC in the Cloud, and Best HPC Software Product or Technology in HPCWire’s 2016  Readers’ Choice Awards. HDF Server is a Python-based web service that enables full read/write web access to HDF data – it can be used to send and receive HDF5 data using an HTTP-based REST interface. While HDF5 provides powerful scalability and speed for complex datasets of all sizes, many HDF5 data sets used in HPC environments are extremely large and cannot easily be downloaded or moved across the internet to access data on an as-needed basis.  Users often only need to access a small subset of the data.  Using HDF Server, data can be kept in one...