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Cluster to Cloud - Evolving HPC Solutions Using Open Source Software & Industry-Standard Hardware
Join Carl Trieloff, Senior Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat and Lee Fisher, Business Development Manager for HPC in FSI at HP, to explore the optimization and benchmark of a complete low-latency solution stack that can scale with your needs from high-performance clusters to cloud computing.More
Open source software on industry-standard platforms have long been favored for high performance computing in scientific and engineering applications. As HPC solutions become increasingly adopted for commercial applications in the financial services and telecommunications industries, enterprises need and expect new capabilities and new utilization models from system vendors.
Attend this webinar to learn how Red Hat and Hewlett-Packard have collaborated to meet these new requirements by optimizing open source software such as kernel-based virtualization, Real Time Linux, AMQP messaging, and grid workload management on powerful, modular hardware like HP BladeSystem.
Join Carl Trieloff, Senior Consulting Software Engineer at Red Hat and Lee Fisher, Business Development Manager for HPC in FSI at HP, to explore the optimization and benchmark of a complete low-latency solution stack that can scale with your needs from high-performance clusters to cloud computing.Less
Date: January 14, 2010