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What’s Happening to Cluster Computing?

Final-UberCloud-Marketplace-velocity-magnitudeWhat we call cloud computing today is rentable time on a massive array of servers, available on demand from any location. Cloud technology is moving to the forefront, offering computing as a utility, not an infrastructure investment. This new wave of computing raises new questions: What happens to on-site cluster computing? Is the democratization of local resources ending with the move to off-site cloud? What happens to existing high-performance computing (HPC) installations? In his Digital Engineering article Randall Newton picks two companies he believes are contributing strongly to the new trend of “democratized HPC as the new normal”; UberCloud with its application software containers, and Bright Computing with their dashboard approach to cluster deployment and management.

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