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Film Studios Refocus HPC Management Lens – HPCWire

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Nicole Hemsoth August 25, 2014 With the help of advanced supercomputing technologies, animated films have evolved from simple cycles of sketches to photorealistic, physics-accurate works of art. As many of us have tracked, from the dawn of Pixar to the latest blockbusters where humans interact with realistic animations, there seems to be no limit to […]

Inspiring the Next Generation of Women to Blaze Trails & Embrace STEM Careers – HPCWire

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Jill King I recently returned from vacation in Orlando, Fla. where I had the opportunity to visit the Kennedy Space Center for the first time. It was exciting to see our customers and partners’ logos lining the walls as reminders of what HPC has helped create. As I toured the launch sites and walked the halls […]

4Q predictions by co-author of Big Data for Dummies – FierceBigData

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Guest post by Al Nugent, co-author of Big Data for Dummies and a leading independent member of the Adaptive Computing Board of Directors By Al Nugent In the time since I co-wrote Big Data for Dummies (Wiley, 2013), there has been an explosion in the interest around big data, big analytics and big workflow. While the interest, and […]

4Q predictions by co-author of Big Data for Dummies – Fierce Big Data

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By Al Nugent In the time since I co-wrote Big Data for Dummies (Wiley, 2013), there has been an explosion in the interest around big data, big analytics and big workflow. While the interest, and concomitant marketing, has been exploding, big data implementations have proceeded at a relatively normal pace. Now that we are midway through 2014, I […]

Big Data: Separating the Facts from the Myths

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by Angela Guess Al Nugent of Adaptive Computing recently wrote, “In the time since I co-wrote Big Data for Dummies (Wiley, 2013), there has been an explosion in the interest around big data (and big analytics and big workflow). While the interest, and concomitant marketing, has been exploding, big data implementations have proceeded at a relatively normal pace. […]

Should I Hire a Data Scientist? – Insurance & Technology

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Before spending big bucks on data scientists, understand the depths of the big data problem. Identifying the issues can help extract maximum value from the coveted skill sets. Contrary to prevailing sentiments, I counsel patience with regards to hiring a data scientist. Firstly, I mean no disrespect to my data science colleagues, and many will […]

Should I Hire a Data Scientist? – WallStreet & Technology

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Before spending big bucks on data scientists, understand the depths of the big data problem. Identifying the issues can help extract maximum value from the coveted skill sets. Contrary to prevailing sentiments, I counsel patience with regards to hiring a data scientist. Firstly, I mean no disrespect to my data science colleagues, and many will […]

Moab HPC Suite-Enterprise Edition 8.0 – Scientific Computing

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Moab HPC Suite-Enterprise Edition 8.0 (Moab 8.0) is designed to enhance Big Workflow by processing intensive simulations and big data analysis to accelerate insights. It delivers dynamic scheduling, provisioning and management of multi-step/multi-application services across HPC, cloud and big data environments. The software suite bolsters Big Workflow’s core services: unifying data center resources, optimizing the […]

HPC, Cloud & Big Workflow: What’s New in Moab 8.0 – insideHPC

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In this video from ISC’14, Trev Harmon from Adaptive Computing presents:HPC, Cloud & Big Workflow: What’s New in Moab 8.0. This latest version of Moab underscores our commitment to innovation in the technical computing sectors,” said Rob Clyde, CEO at Adaptive Computing. “HPC’s powerful engine is at the core of extracting insights from big data, and these updates […]

Inside Big Data – Mainframe World

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Everyone is talking about big data, but sometimes the things you hear people say aren’t always strictly accurate. Adaptive Computing’s Al Nugent, who co-wrote “Big Data for Dummies” (Wiley, 2013) has written a blog called “Big Data: Facts and Myths” at http://www.adaptivecomputing.com/blog-hpc/big-data-facts-myths/ – I thought it would be interesting to hear what he has to say. He […]