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Docker for HPC: Multiple Information Layers for Cluster Management

In this video from ISC'14, Christian Kniep from Bull presents: Understand Your Cluster by Overlaying Multiple Information Layers. Kniep is using Docker technology in a novel way to ease the administration of InfiniBand networks.

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Interview: Designing DNA Sequences in Synthetic Biology with HPC

Unfolding the mystery behind DNA sequences is hugely important in ultimately designing synthetic microorganisms for alternate fuel sources. Penn State University Assistant Professor, Howard Salis Ph.D., leveraged Amazon Web Services (AWS) to offer an online HPC portal to bring supercomputing to scientists the world over for this project. We sat down with...

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Linux Nears Total Domination of the Top500 Supercomputers

It's always been fun watching Linux claim a bit more of the Top500 with each successive ranking of the world's most powerful supercomputers, but with this week's release of the Top500 list's 43rd edition, it's beginning to look like the free and open source operating system is getting pretty close to complete domination.

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IBM Storage with OpenStack Brings Simplicity to the Cloud

The pressures on storage are intense, so it makes sense to have access to and integration with the most sophisticated and capable storage systems in order to optimize cloud experiences in terms of functional and financial advantages. This paper reviews the increasingly popular OpenStack cloud platform and the abilities that...

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OrangeFS: A Scalable, Parallel File System Whose Time Has Come

Many of the major advances in HPC have been the result of collaboration between academia and the big government labs. This has been the case with PVFS (Parallel Virtual File System) and its latest generation, the scale-out file system known as OrangeFS.

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