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Kristina Kapanova is a PhD student studying quantum effects on semiconductor devices. Without a supercomputer to perform calculations, she was unable to do any work. She built her own supercomputer, using off-the shelf hardware. Read the entire article: http://wp.me/pk3lN-R7l
In this video, we’ll explain the difference between Active-Active and Active-Passive high availability (HA) clusters Relevant content: Simplifying MFT Server Clustering and High Availability Through Global Datastores http://www.jscape.com/blog/simplifying-mft-server-clustering-and-high-availability-through-global-datastores Comparing Load Balancing Algorithms http://www.jscape.com/blog/load-balancing-algorithms How to Setup High Availability File Transfer Servers http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/86515/How-to-Setup-High-Availability-File-Transfer-Servers Setting Up a NAS Shared Storage for Your File Transfer Servers http://www.jscape.com/blog/bid/97619/Setting-Up-a-NAS-Shared-Storage-for-Your-File-Transfer-Servers JSCAPE MFT Server http://www.jscape.com/products/file-transfer-servers/js...
Another combat proven munition for the US military and us air force the CBU 105 has served the US Air Force very well. The CBU-97 Sensor Fuzed Weapon is a United States Air Force 1,000-pound (450 kg)-class non-guided (freefall) Cluster Bomb Unit (CBU). It was developed and produced by Textron Defense Systems. The CBU-97 in conjunction with the Wind Corrected Munitions Dispenser guidance tail kit, which converts it to a precision-guided weapon, is designated CBU-105. Overview The CBU-97 consists of an SUU-66/B tactical munition dispenser that contains 10 BLU-108 submunitions. Each submunition contains four hockey-puck-shaped sensor-fused projectiles called Skeets. These detect target vehicles, such as tanks, armored personnel carriers, trucks and other support vehicles, and fire a...
Have you heard of supercomputers? They are powerful machines that tackle some of life’s greatest mysteries. Traditionally these have been used by brilliant scientists, but as high performance computing becomes more mainstream businesses are using them too. By processing tons of raw data to make predictions or create simulations, HPC takes the guesswork out of business decisions. In this video, you’ll see how companies across industries—including financial services, life sciences and energy—are using HPC and data analytics to become more efficient and quickly discover new insights that drive revenue. How does HPE fit into the conversation? Learn more at https://www.hpematter.com/ Subscribe for more videos like this: http://hpe.to/6007Beguh Visit our website: https://www.hpe.com
Video that explains how the High Availability product RSF-1 can be used with ZFS / OpenZFS to provide enterprise grade HA / failover storage clusters. The video starts with a basic 2-node multi-pool failover example and then expands into a distributed stretched geographic cluster topology example
Descrizione: ----------------- Simulazione di compilazione con sistema HPC Cluster. La macchina cluster sfrutta l'hardware dei nodi, compresa la essa. Avremmo quindi la somma delle CPU e delle RAM dei nodi. Test Macchine: --------------------- Cluster Master 1 CPU + 2 nodi con 2 CPU = 3 CPU
PelicanHPC allows you to setup a high performance cluster quickly. Here's how it's done.
This video will briefly show you how to unlock the E39 High Cluster to show coolant, oil temp and many other things. Check this link for test info: http://forums.bimmerforums.com/forum/showthread.php?1241963-Unlocking-the-High-On-Board-Computer-(OBC)&p=16471903#post16471903 CREDIT TO IT'S RESPECTIVE OWNER AT BM.
In this clip we show how to integrate drbd with pacemaker on Ubuntu 16.04 LTS. DRBD can replicate the block device to each node and Pacemaker can start the cluster resources are required Additionally you can find my video courses on Pluralsight: http://pluralsight.com/training/Authors/Details/andrew-mallett and take time to see my own site http://www.theurbanpenguin.com
The hybrid HPC consists of virtual nodes and physical nodes working together to form a cluster. In this example, the head node and three compute nodes are virtual, and two laptops are configured as physical compute nodes. This cluster finished up with 6 CPUs and 22 GB of RAM.