Galactic Exchange, Inc. announced the availability of its Docker container powered clustering technology (ClusterGX™) as an on-premise managed service solution (ClusterGX™ Full-Service) for customers deploying Hadoop/Spark Big Data applications.
Coho Data, a leading innovator in scale-out flash storage for the enterprise, announced DataStream 2.7 which further enhances its support for enterprise workloads.
Global supercomputer leader Cray Inc. (Nasdaq: CRAY) today announced the launch of the Cray® Urika®-GX system – the first agile analytics platform that fuses supercomputing technologies with an open, enterprise-ready software framework for big data analytics.
In this special guest feature, Ron Bodkin, President and Founder of Think Big, a Teradata Company, discusses how the hyper-accelerating big data industry can yield a bewildering number of technology options and how to say “no” in the face of such compelling temptation.
Movidius, a leader in low-power machine vision technology, today announced both the Fathom Neural Compute Stick – the world’s first deep learning acceleration module, and Fathom deep learning software framework. Both tools hand-in-hand will allow powerful neural networks to be moved out of the cloud, and deployed natively in end-user devices.
Redis Labs today announced the general availability of Redis on Flash with standard x86 servers, including standard SATA-based SSD instances available on public clouds and more advanced NVMe based SSDs like the Samsung PM1725.
The latest addition to the NVIDIA Tesla Accelerated Computing Platform, the Tesla P100 enables a new class of servers that can deliver the performance of hundreds of CPU server nodes. Today’s data centers — vast network infrastructures with numerous interconnected commodity CPU servers — process large numbers of transactional workloads, such as web services.
“This talk will provide an overview of challenges in accelerating Hadoop, Spark and Memcached on modern HPC clusters. An overview of RDMA-based designs for multiple components of Hadoop (HDFS, MapReduce, RPC and HBase), Spark, and Memcached will be presented. Enhanced designs for these components to exploit in-memory technology and parallel file systems (such as Lustre) will be presented. Benefits of these designs on various cluster configurations using the publicly available RDMA-enabled packages from the OSU HiBD project (http://hibd.cse.ohio-state.edu) will be shown.”
Bright Computing, the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software, announced the release of Version 7.2 of its industry-leading Bright Cluster Manager software solutions, including Bright Cluster Manager for HPC, Bright Cluster Manager for Big Data, and Bright OpenStack.
NVIDIA announced that Facebook will power its next-generation computing system with the NVIDIA® Tesla® Accelerated Computing Platform, enabling it to drive a broad range of machine learning applications. While training complex deep neural networks to conduct machine learning can take days or weeks on even the fastest computers, the Tesla platform can slash this by […]