Adaptive Computing delivers infrastructure intelligence to companies worldwide with its Moab software. These companies break down application and infrastructure silos, increase flexibility, and reduce costs by adding this critical infrastructure intelligence to their existing data-center, cloud, and high-performance computing environments—
IBM’s Virtual Loaner Program
Moab delivers key SLA management of this IBM external hosting site, which allows ISVs to test their software on IBM hardware.
Los Alamos National Lab
Moab schedules and manages one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers (“Roadrunner”), a single system that consists of 129,600 CPU cores and performs more than a thousand trillion operations per second, or petaflop/s. Moab controls SLAs, policies, and users, while empowering staff with business-critical graphs and reports.
Moab is the catalyst of an HPC paradigm shift as it drives provisioning of an on-demand stateless environment using IBM’s open-source xCAT to create custom-tailored software stacks that are deployed in just minutes.