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30 Jul 2010 Tolly Group Test Report On Core Switch/Routing Performance, Scalability and Resiliency Features of the Force10 ExaScale [23360]
Validates the Delivery of Superior Performance

Force10 Networks announced that its ExaScale E-Series chassis-based virtualized core switch/router delivered superior Gigabit Ethernet (GbE) and 10 GbE performance as well as scalability and resiliency features, according to independent testing results from The Tolly Group.The tests confirmed that the ExaScale delivers 100% line-rate, zero-loss Layer 2 and Layer 3 throughput when tested across the switch’s 1,260 GbE ports and 140 10 GbE ports.

"Our engineers verified that the ExaScale delivers at least 100 Gbps of usable bandwidth per slot, which proves that the switch is 100 GbE-ready. Beyond closely examining the pure performance of the Force10 ExaScale, we also wanted to see how its features could handle scenarios frequently seen in large-scale hosting, portal or enterprise data centers," said Kevin Tolly, president of The Tolly Group.
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16 Jul 2010 Demystifying The Cloud -- Sponsored by Force10 Networks [23323]
Network World, CIO, Computerworld and InfoWorld Explore Cloud Computing

Modern IT is all about being able to spin up computing and storage on demand, and then tear it down once the need is gone. And for that, private, public and hosted cloud infrastructures are proving invaluable. But choosing the best cloud strategy means understanding the promises and pitfalls of each approach. In these articles, Network World and its sister publications CIO, Computerworld and InfoWorld explore cloud computing, explain the nuances between the different approaches and examine enterprise concerns in a 23-page eGuide.
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17 May 2010 "Deploying Web 2.0 Applications on Oracle Servers and the OpenSolaris Operating System" [23132]
Demo Uses Olio Toolkit to Simulate Workloads

Oracle created Olio as a solution to provide a realistic workload for the assessment the performance and scalability of Web 2.0 technologies in response to the demands placed on the web by the phenomenal growth in social networking users. The Oracle white paper "Deploying Web 2.0 Applications on Oracle Servers and the OpenSolaris Operating System" by Shanti Subramanyam, Richard Smith, Paul van den Bogaard, and Adam Zhang describes a reasonably sized, scalable Web 2.0 deployment that was validated and tuned with Olio, resulting in several best practices for deployment.
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11 May 2010 "Parallel Programming with Oracle Developer Tools" [23114]
Oracle White Paper Examines Programming Model with Emphasis on OpenMP and MPI

"Parallel Programming with Oracle Developer Tools," an Oracle White Paper, addresses the audience of developers interested in learning about parallel programming. The white paper explains that OpenMP provides for parallelization of applications running within a single multicore-based system, while MPI provides for parallelization of applications running across many such systems, often referred to as a compute cluster.
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04 Mar 2010 HPC News Bites [22887]
Short Items of Interest for the HPC Community

  • HPC in 2010
  • Lustre File System Update
  • Oracle to Participate in ISC and HPC Consortium
  • NFS Tuning for HPC Streaming Applications
  • HPC Application Performance with Flash Storage
  • How Flash Storage Fits into HPC

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