Co-Founder of 7pod Technologies, Dr. Max Grossman, presented HOOVER, a high-performance dynamic graph processing framework, at the 2018 OpenSHMEM Workshop (https://www.csm.ornl.gov/workshops/openshmem2018/).
OpenSHMEM is a highly scalable Partitioned Global Address Space (PGAS) programming model for developing codes on supercomputers and other compute clusters. With an active community and vendor support from Cray, HPE, Intel, and others, OpenSHMEM offers an alternative to the bulk synchronous message-passing style of communication libraries like MPI.
HOOVER is an open source, distributed, dynamic graph modeling and analysis framework built on top of OpenSHMEM (https://github.com/agrippa/hoover), developed at Rice University with support from the Department of Defense and Los Alamos National Laboratory. More details on HOOVER can be found in the slide deck and paper.