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Cluster Request for Quote Form
One RFQ Form, 30+ Vendors...

* = Required field


* Have you made contact with other vendors about this purchase?: Yes   No   Not sure

* Please list the vendors you have contacted for this RFQ:
(We need to know this for obvious reasons)
* List hardware vendors you purchased a cluster from in the past:
 
CONTACT INFO
First Name: *
Last Name: *
Email: *
Telephone Number: *
 
ORGANIZATION INFO
Organization Name: *
Department: *
Organization Type: *
City: *
State/Provence: *
Country: *
Ship to Zip Code: *
Security clearance required? No   Yes
If Government, GSA schedule required? No   Yes
 
CLUSTER USE
Primary use of cluster:
What application[s] will run on cluster:
 
NODE INFO
Number of head/management nodes:
Number of compute nodes:
(minimum of 8 required)
OS:
OS if not listed above:
Are you interested in new or refurbished nodes?
 
PROCESSOR
CPU type:
CPU clock rate:
Processors per node:
Dual Core processors: No   Yes
 
MEMORY
Memory per node (range):
 
STORAGE
Node Storage type:
Internal Storage per node:
External Storage:
No   Yes, describe
Describe External Storage:
 
NETWORK CONNECTIVITY/INTERCONNECT
Number of network cards per node:
Type network connection:
Router/Hub/Switch:
 
COMPILERS AND TOOLS:
Absoft
GCC
GNU
IBM
Intel
QLogic/PathScale
Portland
None
 
Are you interested in Grid Software?
Yes   No
 
ACCESSORIES:
Enclosure or Chassis:
Quote the following accessories:
None
UPS
Tape Backup
KVM
Cabling
Monitor, 15"
Monitor, 17"
 
WORKLOAD/RESOURCE MANAGEMENT
Type of Workload Management (Resource Managers, Schedulers & Cluster Workload Managers)?
Commercial workload management with support (Expect 90-99% System Utilization)*
Open source workload management with support (Expect 70-90% System Utilization)*
Open source resource manager - not supported (Expect 50-70% System Utilization)*
No management software (Expect 20-40% System Utilization)*
Undecided or Don't Know

NOTE: System utilization varies based on workload, architectural, organizational and process complexities and may result in ranges outside of the above guidelines.
 
End User Job Submission Portal: No   Yes

Unify/Integrate Management, Reporting or Job Submission
with existing clusters: No   Yes
 
ADDITIONAL INFO
Are you interested in purchasing hardware services or support in addition to included warranties?: Yes   No
 
Are you interested in purchasing software services or support in addition to included warranties?: Yes   No
 
Looking to purchase a cluster within?: *
Briefly describe any details you think should be included, for example:
(would you like a carbon copy of the quote sent to additional email addresses, are there additional requirements for the head node, will this be an addition to a current cluster or an independent system, will you need additional info on storage options, will certain services be needed such as remote monitoring, etc.)

* By submitting this form you agree that the above listed vendors may send you more information in response to your request for quote. No additional information will be sent unless you make a request directly to them.

Click the submit button and your RFQ will be sent. You will also be receiving a copy for your own records.

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