“We started using OpenStack because we saw the value of segregating hardware resources and the opportunity to isolate and simplify the infrastructure configuration,” Manuel Sopena Ballesteros says.
New case studies and research cloud federation are featured in version two.
A short guide from OpenStack Scientific Working Group co-chair Stig Telfer.
Insight into the world of SLURM-as-a-Service from OpenStack Scientific Working Group co-chair Stig Telfer.
Bright Computing provides 43 compute nodes with 1,100 CPU to 30 research groups at the Van Andel Institute (VAI) with a hybrid solution of high-performance compute (HPC) grid and cluster computing and cloud computing.
Four people run an infrastructure with 13,184 vCPU and 64 TB of ram for science researchers at the University of Zurich.
Ildiko Vancsa talks to Mike Kelly of DataCentred about the challenges facing the “magicians” of high performance computing.
SC16 highlights growing interest and enthusiasm around OpenStack.
Naturalis catalogs 37 million artifacts on a private cloud to reduce costs, boost productivity.
From panels to workshops and BoFs, OpenStack is front and center at SC16.
Mark Shuttleworth from Canonical and Joseph Wang from Inwinstack talk about the new initiatives at Carnegie Mellon University around 5G and OpenStack.