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First-Hand Experience with the Julia Language for HPC

Over at HPC Admin, Douglas Eadline relays his first-hand experience with the open source Julia language for HPC. According to Eadline, Julia is fast, scalable, easy to learn, and extensible. It fills a void in HPC that allows users to “tinker” with hardware and software. Taking away the responsibility of managing explicit communication and synchronization from the user...

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Platform Moves Beyond Acquisition to Shape IBM Technical Computing

In this video, Jay Muelhoefer, Worldwide Marketing Executive at IBM discusses how Platform Computing has transitioned into its new role in shaping technical computing at Big Blue. The new IBM Platform Cluster Manager enables clients to self-provision clusters in minutes and automatically, dynamically manage cluster environments that include both...

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EMC Continues to Court HPC Market with VNX Storage based on Lustre

This week EMC Corporation rolled out the new VNX HPC storage appliance, a preconfigured hardware and software appliance designed to simplify complex Lustre environments for commercial HPC customers. Lustre is one of the most powerful file systems on the market for handling HPC workloads and a natural fit for emerging commercial HPC applications. But the management complexity, especially in fast growing environments, can be...

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Twitter open sources its Iago load generator

Used by the micro-blogging company to test its services before they encounter production-level traffic, the Iago load generator focuses on high performance, multi-protocol and extensibility, and is now available under an open source licence...

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Doug Cutting: Hadoop Dodged a Microsoft-Oracle Stomping

We’ve all heard plenty about open source changing the dynamics of the tech industry and upsetting the old order. Open source, we’re told, is manifest destiny. Companies that ignore it will be consigned to history and CIOs who assert there’s no freebie...

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