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Bright Computing Brings Cloud Bursting to HPC with New Release

Today Bright Computing announced that is has released Bright Cluster Manager 6.0, a ground-breaking upgrade that Cloud Bursting capabilities that makes it much easier to extend HPC into the cloud. One important barrier to cloud computing adoption in HPC is data movement and data management,” said Steve Conway, IDC research...

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Miha’s Retrospective on Grid Engine

Clipped from: my-inner-voice.blogspot.com (share this clip) Sun Alum Miha Ahronovitz writes that Grid Engine has developed many devoted fans over the years. If you want a metaphor, the Volkswagen Beetle created the cult car that made successful the entire company. Similarly, Grid Engine can be viewed as a not perfect,...

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Video: Leveraging Lustre to Address the I/O Challenges of Exascale

www.youtube.com/watch?v=cGdsLP6ESag In this video, Eric Barton from Whamcloud presents: Leveraging Lustre to Address the I/O Challenges of Exascale. Recorded at LUG 2012 in Austin. Related posts:Video: Lustre Releases Update from LUG 2012Video: Lustre Future DevelopmentInterview: Whamcloud Gears Lustre for the Enterprise to Exascale...

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Job of the Week: Sofware Engineer at Whamcloud

Whamcloud is seeking Software Engineers in our Job of the Week feature. Position Summary Primary role will be to support and enhance the Lustre parallel filesystem. This will mean interacting with Whamclouds customers who include many of the foremost HPC sites in the world and major HPC storage vendors. Contributions to...

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Cycle Computing Spins up 50K Cores on AWS for Viral Research

Jason Stowe and the crew from Cycle Computing has upped the Ante once again this week with the announcement that company successfully provisioned a 50,000-core utility supercomputer in the AWS cloud for Schrödinger and Nimbus Discovery to accelerate lead identification via virtual screening. We ran Naga across each of the 7 regions that AWS currently supports, scaling-out...

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