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The next evolution of software-defined infrastructure: hyperscale converged

Louise Westoby | 2015-12-09 14:22:58.0 | 0 Comments

More and more, we are realizing that data is the currency of business – and critical for a competitive advantage. Organizations continue to face growth challenges; how to store, analyze and protect their data throughout its lifecycle in the most cost efficient manner. In addition to the vast amounts of (...)


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What I learned from IBM Spectrum Scale Users

Jenny Yam | 2015-11-30 15:59:22.0 | 0 Comments

Authored by Doug O’Flaherty The IBM Spectrum Scale User Group meeting at SC15 was the largest gathering of Spectrum Scale users ever – and, it wasn’t because the others were called GPFS. These are serious users who work in science, cluster computing and big data that demand more from storage than just (...)


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Event: 2015 SDI Summit

Jenny Yam | 2015-11-23 09:00:00.0 | 0 Comments

Join IBM in Santa Clara California on December 1-3 for the 2015 Software Defined Infrastructure Summit. This is the only event of its kind, dedicated to this new market, covering software-defined storage (SDS), software-defined data center (SDDC), system management software, and server/storage virtualization. You will learn how SDI helps datacenters (...)


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The Evolution of HPC Workload Management

Gabor Samu | 2015-11-16 16:32:49.0 | Tags:  workload sc15 efficiency resource throughput hpc manager scheduler | 0 Comments

As the countdown for SC15  approaches zero and the months of preparation for the event are about to be unleashed, it's a good time to step back and look at how the ever-increasing volumes of data and more powerful processing technology drive the evolution of software to manage workloads on (...)


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