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Issue #18 April 2006
- Inside Fedora Core 5
- Introduction to Eclipse on Fedora
- Confessions of an Eclipse convert
- FUDCon Friday
- Podcast: Fedora Reloaded: Episode 5
- Podcast: The future of the Fedora community
- Red Hat to acquire JBoss
- Podcast: Certified engineer and jazz musician lives to improvise
- Video: He came, he saw, he got a job
- Red Hat plans Summit IP panel
- UNC Symposium on Intellectual Property, Creativity, and the Innovation Process
- Opening Red Hat Knowledgebase
- Video: Volunteers join Sri Lanka tsunami relief effort
- Virtualization: What's happening lately?
- Video: CD-adapco lowers costs, increases performance with GFS
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CD-adapco lowers costs, increases performance with GFS
Dennis Nagyis, Vice President of Marketing and Business Development at CD-adapco, discusses how Red Hat® Global File System (GFS) satisfies the High Performance Computing (HPC) needs of their company.
CD-adapco's bread and butter is computational fluid dynamics, a resource-intensive process that was taking place on black-box proprietary systems that could no longer scale adequately.
An open source clustering solution was a perfect fit for CD-Adapco. They chose Red Hat GFS and found the porting extremely easy because of its similarity to UNIX®, an operating system their developers and engineers were familiar with.