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With Red Hat's subscription pricing for your high-performance cluster's nodes, plus support costs tied to the cluster head node, Red Hat Enterprise Linux for Scientific Computing costs less. If you have an HPC cluster managed as a single scale-out system, we make it simple for you to run Red Hat Enterprise Linux everywhere.
A slim component set that can be customized to your environment:
- Reduces the deployment footprint
- Simplifies management tasks
- Minimizes points of failure and security vulnerabilities
With its excellent ability to detect and optimize hardware configurations, Red Hat Enterprise Linux quickly and easily gets the most from your hardware. Red Hat's deep relationships across the industry translate into a platform optimized for the latest capabilities.
Advanced monitoring capabilities:
- Enhance your cluster's manageability.
- Provide timely performance information for tuning.
- Minimize the need for manual system checks.
With faster I/O, get data into and out of your HPC cluster more quickly, maximizing the cluster's processing performance.
Red Hat's Resilient Storage Add-On lets a shared storage or clustered file system access the same storage device over a network. By providing consistent storage across a cluster of servers, the Resilient Storage Add-On creates a pool of data that's available to each server in the group, but that's protected if any one server fails.
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A versatile platform for x86 and x86-64 that can be deployed on physical systems, as a guest on the major hypervisors, or in the cloud.
Red Hat offers packages specifically for the scientific user to deploy clusters of systems to take on the most challenging of missions:
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Head Node
- Red Hat Enterprise Linux for HPC Compute Node
Red Hat Enterprise Linux, deployed on IBM System z, provides flexibility, performance, and scalability for server consolidation and mainframe reliability.
Deploy applications with confidence using the advanced features in IBM Power Systems and the consistency and flexibility of the market-leading Red Hat Enterprise Linux operating platform.
Red Hat packages and supports the software infrastructure stack required for optimal operation of SAP applications with enterprise-class service and support.
Available in either desktop or workstation configurations.
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The University of Utah supports cutting-edge research by delivering 50 percent more work with half the power consumption [PDF]: University of Utah’s Center for High Performance Computing had an aging HPC cluster in need of an upgrade. Increasing demand for scientific research required a powerful cluster within the university’s budget.