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Informatica Joins Grid Computing Group
Monday March 21 2005 @ 05:59PM EST views: 146
Business Intelligence Pipeline: Data integration software maker Informatica joined the Enterprise Grid Alliance (EGA), a non-profit consortium of firms pushing the adoption of grid computing. [...]


ShaoLin Announces Next Generation Disaster Recovery Solution for Linux
Monday March 21 2005 @ 11:17AM EST views: 156
ShaoLin Microsystems, a leading provider of enterprise Linux utility computing, announced a new release of a robust yet affordable disaster recovery solution for Linux - ShaoLin InfiniCluster and ShaoLin Volume Replicator. Designed to maximize application availability and data integrity for ensuring business continuity, ShaoLin InfiniCluster and ShaoLin Volume Replicator together provide the most scalable and enterprise-class fault-tolerant solution with unique features. [...]


Maddog comes to Wash D.C. to talk about Beowulf
Saturday March 19 2005 @ 08:14AM EST views: 151
Jon Maddog Hall Executive Director of Linux International will be the keynote speaker at the next “Linux Cluster Forum” sponsored by the Beowulf Users Group. Maddog will speak on the evolution of the Beowulf Project and the many practical application of Linux Clusters in science and industry that the project has spawned. Don’t be surprises if Maddog goes into geopolitical and socioeconomics issues too. Heck Maddog may have a solution for the Social Security problem. [...]


SGI Joins Forces With Gelato Federation
Friday March 18 2005 @ 02:32PM EST views: 413
The Gelato Federation announced today that Silicon Graphics, Inc. (NYSE: SGI) has formalized its relationship with the Gelato Federation, the international research consortium dedicated to advancing the Linux OS and Intel® Itanium® 2 platform, by electing to join as an industry sponsor. As part of their sponsorship, SGI is supporting research at the University of New South Wales and providing technical speakers for the May 2005 Gelato meeting in San Jose, California, May 22-May 25, 2005. [...]


Fujitsu to launch new PrimeQuest Itanium servers
Friday March 18 2005 @ 09:37AM EST views: 140
ITWorld: Fujitsu Ltd. next month will launch a new line of multiprocessor servers based on Intel Corp.'s Itanium 2 processor, according to sources familiar with the company's plans. The new line, called PrimeQuest, will be unveiled at a press conference in San Francisco currently scheduled for April 5, the sources said. [...]


FREE Webinar: Using Linux as a Dynamic Web Server
Thursday March 17 2005 @ 01:10PM EST views: 141
This one hour Webinar will provide Linux and Windows web developers with an overview of Linux's best-known strength as a cost-effective and easy-to-use server of custom-developed web content. Online sources of pre-built applications will be covered, and we'll compare the capabilities of PHP on Apache and ASP on IIS. [...]


New Golden Egg: HP Cluster Platform 4000 102x DL145 GigE Opteron
Wednesday March 16 2005 @ 01:26PM EST views: 170
Matti has drawn a Golden Egg visual diagram of the Cluster Platform 4000, 102x processors using DL145s, GigE, Opteron. [...]


New Golden Egg: HP Cluster Platform 4000 64x DL145 GigE Opteron
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 06:53PM EST views: 165
Matti has drawn a Golden Egg visual diagram of the Cluster Platform 4000, 64x processors using DL145s, GigE, Opteron. [...]


State of the Art Grid Computing
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 12:10PM EST views: 162
Here's a wide-ranging discussion with IBM's Ken King, vice president, Grid Computing, regarding the State of the Art Grid Computing and current activities, positions, and ideas on this front from IBM. [...]


New AMD Roadmap
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 11:23AM EST views: 182
AMD released a new roadmap on March 10th. [...]


Debian proposes dropping most architectures
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 10:53AM EST views: 225
LWN: ..."The much larger consequence of this meeting, however, has been the crafting of a prospective release plan for etch. The release team and the ftpmasters are mutually agreed that it is not sustainable to continue making coordinated releases for as many architectures as sarge currently contains, let alone for as many new proposed architectures as are waiting in the wings. The reality is that keeping eleven architectures in a releasable state has been a major source of work for the release team, the d-i team, and the kernel team over the past year; not to mention the time spent by the DSA/buildd admins and the security team. It's also not clear how much benefit there is from doing stable releases for all of these architectures, because they aren't necessarily useful to the communities surrounding those ports."... [...]


Linux Rules Supercomputers
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 10:14AM EST views: 162
Forbes: The homegrown Linux operating system has come a long way from its origins as a college kid's pet project and computer hobbyist favorite. Refined in recent years by professional computer programmers at IBM, Hewlett-Packard, Novell and Red Hat, Linux now has become so technically powerful that it lays claim to a prestigious title--it runs more of the world's top supercomputers than any other operating system. [...]


Matching High Availability with Server Load Balancing
Tuesday March 15 2005 @ 04:01AM EST views: 139
Workload management is critically important for an on-demand business. IBM LoadLeveler is a job-management system that allows users to run more jobs in less time by matching the jobs' processing needs with [...]


New Server, Storage and Visualization Extend SGI's Strategy to Drive Advances in Grid Computing
Monday March 14 2005 @ 11:30AM EST views: 159
With Altix 1350 Clusters, InfiniteStorage TP9700 and Silicon Graphics Prism, SGI Delivers New Breakthroughs for Networked Computing [...]


Comparison of nine Serial ATA RAID 5 adapters
Saturday March 12 2005 @ 09:06AM EST views: 260
Tweakers: A year ago Tweakers.net published a review of four Serial ATA RAID-adapters, which were the first flock of a new era on workstation- and server storage. The once dominant SCSI interface is being pushed to fewer niches by the cheaper alternatives based on Serial ATA technology. Since our previous SATA RAID-roundup Serial ATA has continued its way into business and consumer markets. [...]


Dell , Dr. Wheat from Intel and others to speak at the BWBUG
Friday March 11 2005 @ 04:09PM EST views: 148
The next meeting date will be March 15th the time will be 1:00 to 5:00 PM and will feature a series of technical briefings built around the Dell total Linux Cluster Solution and will be at the Army Navy Country Club ANCC in Arlington VA. This will be the third event in a series of what we describe as "THE LINUX CLUSTER FORUM" which will focus on complete Linux Cluster solutions for mission critical applications and production research. [...]


New Golden Egg: HP Cluster Platform 4000 32x DL145 GigE Opteron
Thursday March 10 2005 @ 05:36PM EST views: 177
UPDATE: Matti has drawn a Golden Egg visual diagram of the Cluster Platform 4000, 32x processors using DL145s, GigE and Myri. [...]


AMD Athlon 64, FX, Opteron, Sempron CPU processor roadmap for 2005/6
Thursday March 10 2005 @ 01:42PM EST views: 307
A1: AMD dual-core CPU processor San Diego & Toledo are due in Q2 this year and will be made using the 90nm SOI process. Single core San Diego CPU processor will start to replace the present socket 939 Athlon 64 CPU processor and will have SSE3 support. The AMD Sempron CPU processor will move to a new core called Palermo towards the end of next year while basic Athlon 64 CPU processor will move to the Venice core. [...]


Automate Perl module deployment
Thursday March 10 2005 @ 01:17PM EST views: 172
If you run Perl across many different computers of any sort, you know how frustrating it can be to install Perl extension modules across those machines. The administrative process is even worse if you have a Web server farm and need to keep each machine up to date with a set suite of extension modules [...]


New Version of Arkeia Server Backup Released at CeBIT 2005
Thursday March 10 2005 @ 01:06PM EST views: 230
HANNOVER, Germany--(BUSINESS WIRE)--March 10, 2005--Arkeia Corp., the leading provider of backup and recovery solutions for Linux-based environments, announced today at CeBIT 2005 a major upgrade of Arkeia Server Backup with an innovative new pricing model. Arkeia Server Backup, built on Arkeia's proven [...]


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Rocks Cluster 64-84 DL145 Opteron
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