November 24, 2003

Linux clusters getting more mainstream

Clustering technology can be a relatively cost-effective way of bringing high-performance computing into an enterprise that needs to perform large and
complex calculations and transactions. Networking Intel-based Linux servers, which scale exponentially, serves budget-strapped enterprises very well.
In this interview, Eric Pitcher, Linux Networx's vice president of product marketing, talks about where Linux clusters fit in the enterprise, the kind
of company that should consider this type of investment, and the challenges of managing Linux clusters.

Clusters are mostly used in scientific and engineering circles right now. How can the technology be used in the enterprise?

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