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Inside Big Data – IT toolbox

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 […]

Adaptive Computing and Bright Computing Deepen Product Integration to Enhance Provisioning and Workflow Optimization in Technical Computing Environments

Adaptive Computing and Bright Computing Deepen Product Integration to Enhance Provisioning and Workflow Optimization in Technical Computing Environments Integration Advancement Combines Capabilities of Moab HPC Suite and Bright Cluster Manager to Offer Customers Improved Intelligent Workload Monitoring, Green and Power Management and Automated Health Checks Leipzig, Germany (June 23, 2014) – Today at the International Supercomputing […]

Adaptive Computing Speeds Time to Discovery with Fast, Flexible, And Energy Efficient HP HPC Capabilities

Adaptive Computing Speeds Time to Discovery with Fast, Flexible, And Energy Efficient HP HPC Capabilities Nitro Fuels HP Apollo Family of HPC Systems for Greater Performance and Higher Throughput Moab and HP Apollo Together Generate Even Greater Energy Savings Adaptive Computing Provides Scheduling and Optimization for HP Helion Self-Service HPC Leipzig, Germany (June 24, 2014) […]

Adaptive Computing Unveils Moab 8.0 to Enhance Technical Computing Environments and Big Workflow

Adaptive Computing Unveils Moab 8.0 to Enhance Technical Computing Environments and Big Workflow Software Update Improves Workload Management and Optimization of TechnicalComputing Environments Moab HPC Suite-Enterprise Edition 8.0 Features Massive Performance Gains, Energy-Saving Power Management, Advanced Workflow Data Staging, Next Generation Web-based GUI Dashboard and More Adaptive Computing’s solutions enhance Big Workflow for Big Data […]

Diversity Divides the HPC Middleware Market – HPCWire

Nicole Hemsoth There’s nothing simple about defining middleware to begin with, but that process gets far more complex when the goal is to paint a broad picture of trends around such a nebulous set of tools. Despite the enormity of the task, HPC analyst group, Intersect360 Research, tied together a wealth of findings around a […]

Adaptive’s blog, “Big Data Challenge: Data Paring” was included in the newsletter – HPCWire

I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

HPC Wire Posted blog, “Big Data Challenge: Data Paring”

I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

The Next Big Data Challenge: Data Paring – insideBIGDATA

I think a lot about big data and the challenges it proposes. I guess I started thinking about big data a long time before I ever heard the term. I began to think about it when I heard and read one of the conclusions of the post-mortem for the events on and around September 11th, […]

Keeping down costs and getting ahead of the competition – Mainframe Update

We all know that everyone should be using mainframes for all their computing needs – and we also know that most people have got a laptop for their smaller computing needs on which they use Microsoft Office. A recent survey has published interesting results showing how those users could save money. The company is called SoftWatch (www.softwatch.com), […]

Workflows, People and Processes – InformationSecurityBuzz

In the world of business there seems to constantly be a battle for supremacy between People and Process. Both ideological camps put forth their ideas and justifications, much of which is based on research and founded through their own internal point of view. For me, both of these are important and for integral, yet separate parts of the […]