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The Unofficial Guide To SC09 (Part Two)

Let's use the HPC fist bump this year.
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Linux Powers Giant Database: 400TB of Climate Data and Counting

A Linux-powered cluster holds one of the world's largest distributed databases. Juliet Kemp reports on the CERA-2 (Climate and Environmental Retrieving and Archiving) database system, which fuels a vast international archive and data distribution center for climate research data.
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Climate Modeling Research at Argonne National Laboratory

Argonne National Laboratory is one of the U.S. Department of Energy’s oldest and largest national laboratories for science and engineering research.
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The Unofficial Guide To SC09 (Part One)

Your guide to navigating the coolest tradeshow on the planet.
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IBM CSM Cluster Tool Axed on Linux in Favor of Open source xCAT

Timothy Prickett Morgan is reporting today at The Register that IBM is moving away from its proprietary CSM cluster tool, at least on Linux.
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