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Clustering for Beginners

ClusterMonkey.net - Learning About Clusters Page
Many good links including: Robert Brown's Getting Started With Clusters, ClusterMonkey's Links Page, Best of The Beowulf List, On-going Cluster Projects, Cluster Opinions

NASA: Beowulf History
In the summer of 1994 Thomas Sterling and Don Becker, working at CESDIS under the sponsorship of the ESS project, built a cluster computer consisting of 16 DX4 processors connected by channel bonded Ethernet. They called their machine Beowulf. The machine was an instant success and their idea of providing COTS (Commodity off the shelf) base systems to satisfy specific computational requirements quickly spread through NASA and into the academic and research communities. ...

LinuxGeek.com: What is Clustering?
Linux has a large selection of clustering systems available for different uses and needs. That doesn't make it any easier for those trying to figure out what clustering system they should use.

User Groups

BWBUG (Baltimore-Washington Beowulf Users Group)
http://www.bwbug.org

BWBUG is a User Group supporting Open Source Computing Systems, mainly those used for high performance computing and Linux used in the Enterprise for applications like Database and Data Mining. We meet monthly.

Gelato.org
http://www.gelato.org

The Gelato portal is dedicated to providing the IA-64 Linux community with the most current and useful resources for running Linux on the Itanium (IA-64) platform.

HP-CAST
http://www.hp.com/techservers/cast

Hewlett-Packard Consortium for Advanced Scientific and Technical computing users group.


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Appro: High Performance Computing Resources
IDC: Appro Xtreme-X Supercomputer Blade Solution
Analysis of the Xtreme-X architecture and management system while assessing challenges and opportunities in the technical computing market for blade servers.

Video - The Road to PetaFlop Computing
Explore the Scalable Unit concept where multiple clusters of various sizes can be rapidly built and deployed into production. This new architectural approach yields many subtle benefits to dramatically lower total cost of ownership.
White Paper - Optimized HPC Performance
Multi-core processors provide a unique set of challenges and opportunities for the HPC market. Discover MPI strategies for the Next-Generation Quad-Core Processors.

Appro and the Three National Laboratories
[Appro delivers a new breed of highly scalable, dynamic, reliable and effective Linux clusters to create the next generation of supercomputers for the National Laboratories.

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