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As discussed in part one, clustered network storage systems can keep scaling beyond traditional systems.
At Oracle World in September 2003, PolyServe presented the findings of the largest, most flexible clustered Oracle database system for Linux.
While Pyramid's current symmetric multi-processing (SMP) implementation offers near linear scalability of up to 24 processors for each MIServer, the scalability of the clustered nodes greatly exceeds single SMP system boundaries, supporting larger user communities and expanding database capacity.
Clustered storage systems are typically made up of network-connected storage with an administrative function that manages a collection of physical disks.
0 includes Terracotta Distributed Shared Objects (DSO) and Terracotta JDBC -- the underpinnings of the clustered JVM technology, as well as the introduction of Terracotta Sessions.
In contrast to the two methods--non-clustered virtualization and non-virtual clustering--described above, a virtualized clustering architecture provides N virtualized controllers and virtual disks within a clustered system.
SilverStorm Technologies is the leader in high performance interconnect solutions for clustered computing.
While each of the consoles in the cluster operates autonomously, all performance and operational metrics received by one of clustered consoles is stored and replicated on the others.
Clustered architectures aggregate processing power across application modules, while increasing performance and responsiveness and providing near-linear scale.
SilverStorm Technologies, the leader in high performance interconnect solutions for clustered computing, today announced it has been working with Microsoft and select early adopter customers during beta testing of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.
These include parallel and distributed file systems (sometimes called clustered file systems), such as DFS, PVFS, Sistina's GFS, Silicon Graphics' CXFS and IBM's GPFS.
The TOP500 list of the world's fastest supercomputers, released in June 2005, included more than 300 configurations using a clustered server approach -- a new record.

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