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By sharing a consistent architecture between all Extreme Networks switches, the operating system and the management platform, Extreme's solution can deliver high-performance clustering while reducing network ownership costs and management complexity.
Storage clustering provides clients with a virtual volume pool that can tolerate and recover from disk, server, and network failures.
PolyServe boasts a number of industry achievements in advancing the state-of-the-art in Oracle database clustering in the Linux-based data center.
But KL clustering has proven to be a powerful method for looking at gene expression over time in response to drugs or environmental toxicants, says Murali Ramanathan, an associate professor of pharmaceutical sciences at the University at Buffalo--The State University of New York, who collaborated with the Penn State scientists in proof-of-concept studies on the approach.
Myriad other simulations--as well as blackboard calculations that use analytic equations rather than computers to approximate the growth of the cosmos--previously revealed a spidery structure and hinted at early clustering However these models either examined smaller swaths of the universe or used fewer particles to simulate the evolution of matter.
By inspecting the plot of the changes in the error sum of squares from one partition to the next, the partition formed before a significant change in homogeneity was chosen as the appropriate clustering solution.
SAN FRANCISCO -- A growing number of popular open source software companies and projects are backing Terracotta's move to open source its Java Virtual Machine (JVM) clustering software.
This article will show that only the latter has business value, and only the combination of virtualization and clustering can achieve simplicity; neither technique, by itself, can provide optimal reduction of complexity.
Until now, cluster management has been a barrier to the wider adoption of Linux clustering.
Now a calculation shows that cosmic strings will cluster hierarchically, and this clustering closely resembles the distribution of galaxies seen in what astronomers call Abell clusters.
Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 is Microsoft's official entry into the world of HPC, and is an integrated, standards-based compute clustering platform built on top of Microsoft Windows Server 2003 x64 Editions.
Storage infrastructures must evolve beyond their legacy-based heritage by taking advantage of proven clustering techniques that form the foundation of today's dynamic IT infrastructures.