Tag: NetApp

New Architectures for HPC with Amazon Web Services

Oct 27, 2014 |

Hybrid and multi-cloud approaches to high performance computing (HPC) have great potential to reduce costs, increase flexibility, and improve access to cloud-scale compute power. However, concerns about data protection and management continue to inhibit a broader use of these approaches. NetApp Private Storage (NPS) for Cloud, deployed in conjunction with infrastructure partners Amazon, Microsoft, and Read more…

Leveraging Cloud on Your Own Terms

Sep 15, 2014 |

Many IT organizations are seeking a new approach to the data management challenges presented when using multiple clouds. In particular, they want an approach that allows them to leverage public cloud economics while maintaining control of their data. NetApp offers a new approach to hybrid IT by using dedicated, secure, private storage with low-latency access Read more…

Dynamic Disk Pools Optimize Data Protection for Big Data Environments

May 12, 2014 |

In high-performance computing (HPC) and other big-data environments, success depends on the speed at which data is acquired, processed, and distributed. These environments use staggering amounts of data that can cripple most storage systems and break traditional architectures. For these sites, the ability to keep a system up and running at a consistently high level Read more…

NetApp, SGI Flex HPC Storage Muscle

Mar 7, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpcwire/NetApp_E5500_150x.jpg” alt=”” width=”96″ height=”61″ />NetApp and SGI made simultaneous announcements yesterday of new storage systems specifically targeted at HPC and big data applications. NetApp launched its latest offering in the E-Series line of controllers, the NetApp E5500, and OEM partner SGI adopted the technology for its InfiniteStorage 5600 RAID system.

Has Cloud Delivered on Its Promise?

Mar 19, 2012 |

NetApp rep weighs in on cloud’s promise, citing 2011 as a banner year.

Top 10 Hits and Misses for 2011

Dec 22, 2011 |

The supercomputing biz seems to have shaken off most of the after-effects of the global recession, with scads of new deployments large and small around the world. China, in particular, continued its big push into HPC, notching its first home-grown super. And Japan ushered in the era of 10-petaflop supercomputing this year with its world-beating K Computer. But, as always, not all the HPC news was rosy. Here are the top hits and misses for the year.

NetApp Gets First Petascale Supercomputer Win

Sep 28, 2011 |

NetApp flexed its newly acquired supercomputing muscles this week when it announced it would be supplying one of the largest Lustre storage system in the world for the Sequoia supercomputer to be installed at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory next year. NetApp’s E-Series storage, which they inherited when the company purchased LSI’s Engenio business, will be used to provide 55 petabytes of disk arrays for the 20-petaflop Sequoia machine.

Storage Stories Take Center Stage: “To the Moon, Alice!”

Mar 11, 2011 |

This week has proven to be a bumpy ride for storage companies with a number of big acquisitions and shakeups in the industry. To make short sense of it all, we recap and analyze…

NetApp Moves Into HPC Storage with Engenio Acquisition

Mar 10, 2011 |

Shake-up for HPC OEMs or business as usual?

The Weekly Top Five

Jan 20, 2011 |

The Weekly Top Five features the five biggest HPC stories of the week,
condensed for your reading pleasure. This week, we cover Durham
University’s newest “Cosmology Machine”; NetApp’s Engenio acquisition;
the 2010 ACM Turing Award winner; SGI’s ArcFiniti storage archive; and
an MRAM data storage advance worthy of patenting.