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Oracle’s Cloudy Path to Growth

Apr 1, 2011 |

While there’s no doubt its hardware and standard software aren’t disappearing anytime soon, some analysts see the key to Oracle’s future in the clouds.

Oracle Forsakes Itanium Support

Mar 23, 2011 |

Database maker says chip is “nearing the end of its life;” sets off war of words with HP, Intel.

Univa Rescues Grid Engine From Oracle

Jan 18, 2011 |

Univa announced today it would be acquiring the Sun/Oracle Grid Engine engineering expertise from Oracle Corp. In doing so, the company will take over stewardship of the popular open source workload manager, which, in the space of two years, has passed through three companies: Sun Microsystems, Oracle, and now Univa. Its new owners plan to support existing deployments of Grid Engine as well as develop a commercial version with added capabilities.

Oracle’s Cloud Experts Gear Up for World Tour

Jan 11, 2011 |

Oracle is setting the stage for a world tour to expand its reach in the global cloud computing market. The company has released materials aimed at definings its role beyond SaaS.

Oracle Buys 10 Percent Share of Mellanox

Nov 5, 2010 |

Ellison and company put some big bucks behind InfiniBand.

The Week in Review

Oct 28, 2010 |

Chinese Tianhe-1A supercomputer exploits GPU power to deliver 2.5 petaflops; and Cray nabs a $60 million contract with the University of Stuttgart. We recap those stories and more in our weekly wrapup.

Lustre Gets Backing of Non-Profit Corporation

Oct 21, 2010 |

Some of the most prominent organizations in the HPC community have joined together to bootstrap a non-profit corporation devoted to scalable file system technologies. On Tuesday, Cray, Data Direct Networks, Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory and Oak Ridge National Laboratory announced the incorporation of Open Scalable File Systems, Inc. The newly-hatched group has cast itself as the focal point for development of Lustre and other open source file system technologies aimed at high performance computing.

Oracle Setting HPC Adrift

Aug 12, 2010 |

Layoffs, a missing product roadmap, and an SC10 no-show all point to company’s exit from the high performance computing business.

HPC Startup Takes a Shine to Lustre

Jul 29, 2010 |

Lustre, the much-beloved open-source file system technology used by many of the top supercomputers in the world, has a new friend. Actually a whole new company. Whamcloud, a venture-funded startup based in upscale Danville, California, came out of hiding on Wednesday and announced its intentions to help carry the Lustre torch forward on Linux.

Hybrid Multi-Cloud Enablement — the Next Wave for Enterprise?

Apr 23, 2010 |

The ability to have, on-demand, a selection of cloud providers with easy transfer — all based on which can best utilize resources to the maximum — might be the next big thing for enterprise.

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