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Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003

Weather patterns, risk analysis, human genome...Zane Adam discusses the release of Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 to manufacturers and how Microsoft is taking high-performance computing mainstream.

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2:46 AM on June 9, 2006

tony roth wrote:
hey I'm a windows fan boy but the currently  ms concept about clustering sucks.  If you really want to kick some a$$ you have this darn thing use the thousands of xp workstations within a given company.  I have no problem with charging for a cluster management  system as long as it can deploy seamlessly to selected xp+ workstations.  Hey my servers are busy but the damn workstations average about 2% utilization.  I'm kinda biased since the data that I have is a very high instructions/megs of data ratio issue so getting the data around is not the issue its the cpu cycles thats the issue.  I've basically roled my own but if there was a good ms based api/mpi sdk I'm sure there would be a couple of gis companies ready to rock and roll with it.
my .00000000000001 cents worth

5:01 PM on June 9, 2006

Patrick wrote:
Tony - cycle stealing is being considered for future versions. Stop by the Windows CCS demo booth at TechEd to share more of your thoughts.

5:48 PM on June 9, 2006

tony roth wrote:
Patrick,
 good response, and I do respect the effort and i know whats been done can be applied to what I'm talking about.  I just kinda impatient!
anyway thanks

8:30 PM on June 9, 2006

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3:47 AM on June 30, 2006

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