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HPC Roots Feed Big Data Branches

February 9, 2014

In this segment of our continuing “HPC Lessons for the Wider Enterprise World” series, we’ll take a look at one of the key movements that’s pushed HPC into the mainstream view—big data. Whether or not it’s an overplayed buzzword, the reality is, the phenomenon is driving new awareness of HPC in a growing set of commercial IT circles; pushing traditional HPC vendors into new enterprise territory; and helping the highest ends of both the commercial and research computing find a new golden era of new tools, frameworks and methodologies for tackling demanding data. Read more…

Middleware Is Cool

April 16, 2013

Despite the important advances that middleware enables in both the HPC and enterprise spheres, it generally fails to elicit the same excitement as, say, brand-new leadership class hardware. But middleware, such as Adaptive Computing's intelligent management engine, Moab, is cool and you don't have to take Adaptive's word for it. During the company's annual user event last week, Gartner gave Adaptive its "Cool Vendor" stamp of approval. Read more…

Five Steps to a Private Cloud

April 12, 2013

One of the sessions at this week's MoabCon event focused on best practices for private cloud. There are five steps that Adaptive recommends for companies seeking to transition into the next-generation of IT: Focus on ROI, Facilitating Self-Service, Use Chargeback, Continuously Optimize, and lastly, Go Vertical – Not Horizontal... Read more…

Adaptive Revs Moab, Debuts Remote Virtualization Edition

November 27, 2012

At SC12, Adaptive announced its Moab HPC Suite 7.2 release, which includes several productivity enhancements and introduces support for Intel Xeon Phi coprocessors. The workload management vendor also launched two new products as part of its Moab HPC Suite: Application Portal Edition and Remote Visualization Edition. Read more…

Cloud Features Prominently at Moabcon 2012

April 23, 2012

During Moabcon, which took place earlier this month, Adaptive Computing highlighted its recent product refresh, laid out future plans and provided a forum for customer feedback. The well-attended event stirred lots of discussion around the relevancy of cloud computing to HPC, and contributor Steve Campbell was there to capture the proceedings. Read more…

Adaptive Computing Revs Up Moab

March 20, 2012

Adaptive Computing recently released a new version of Moab 7.0, both the HPC Suite (basic and enterprise editions) and also the Cloud Suite. While the workload management vendor has made important enhancements to its portfolio, what's even more interesting is how these offerings fit into an increasingly cloud-based IT environment. This in-depth interview with Adaptive Computing CEO Robert Clyde and Chad Harrington, Adaptive's vice president of marketing, shows how the company has leveraged its HPC roots to strengthen its cloud offerings. Read more…

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