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Has Simplicity in HPC Cloud Been Achieved?

Nov 7, 2011 |

For many organizations the complexity associated with creating and managing servers in the cloud is a significant barrier to adoption – creating HPC clusters only makes things more complex. RightScale solves the complexity of managing infrastructure in the cloud and is now doing the same for HPC. Univa’s Rob Secontine speaks with Josh Fraser of RightScale.

Has Simplicity in HPC Cloud Been Achieved?

Nov 4, 2011 |

For many organizations the complexity associated with creating and managing servers in the cloud is a significant barrier to adoption – creating HPC clusters only makes things more complex. RightScale solves the complexity of managing infrastructure in the cloud and is now doing the same for HPC. Univa’s Rob Secontine speaks with Josh Fraser of RightScale.

Bad Moon Rises Over Cloud Perceptions

Apr 28, 2011 |

It’s a glorious day for those with backup and recovery services to pitch, not to mention for those who are nipping at the heels of Amazon Web Service’s cloud empire. On the flip side, for those who just got word that their data is unrecoverable via a short letter, not to mention those who have been proclaiming cloud computing as the safe bet for mission critical applications–it’s been quite a bleak morning.

More from the 2010 Editors’ Choice Winners Circle; Photo Highlights

Nov 10, 2010 |

This year marked our first Editors’ Choice awards in which we selected a number of vendors who have shown remarkable commitment to the cloud ecosystem via research, outreach and demonstrated service to end users. We leave you with some details on the other winners and some photo highlights from the award presentations.

NASA, Rackspace Open-Sourcing the Cloud

Jul 19, 2010 |

Rackspace announced today the arrival of OpenStack in conjunction with NASA, who will be providing a core aspect of its capbility later in the year. This news provides those with interoperability and standardization concerns a noble champion, even though the development and true potential of the open source project have still to be realized.

One Small Step for Man, One Giant Leap for HPC and Cloud

May 5, 2010 |

Gaia’s infrequent but immense demands for mission-critical data processing created the need for one of the most convincing proof of concept measures tackled by cloud infrastructure and development giants, The Server Labs and RightScale.

Public, Private, Hybrid: What the ‘Enhanced’ Public Cloud Means for Enterprise

Apr 15, 2010 |

The issue at stake is not necessarily what to do with the irregularity of resources that pull scientific enterprises between having too much or too little, but rather, how they can maximize the results of the economies of scale in the cloud.