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06 Aug 2009 Systems Vendor Relies on Sun to Deliver Affordable Cloud Computing [22054]
Sun Storage and Servers Support Hosted Infrastructure Virtual BackOffice

Virtual BackOffice is a virtual IT infrastructure that is highly scalable and available. Created by Merkl IT, this solution gives customers access to their data and applications from almost any location with very little hardware required onsite. When Merkl IT began working on what has now become its core product a few years ago, the company knew that it needed hardware that would help provide high resiliency, scalability and fast response times for its customers. Although it considered other products, the company decided to rely on several Sun products for its solution.
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31 Jul 2009 Sun Designs High Performance Grid Computing System for UNC [22019]
HPC Biomedical Image Analysis System Satisfies Researchers Need for Speed

The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill (UNC-CH) is a leading research university which recently turned to Sun to help design a high-performance biomedical image analysis system. The university selected Sun because it could provide a more customized solution and better support for image-intensive applications. The UNC-CH grid is called the Biomedical Analysis and Simulation Supercomputer (BASS) system, which integrates Sun Fire servers, StorageTek systems and management tools with NVIDIA visual computing systems.
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29 Jul 2009 Sun Storage Solution for Microsoft Exchange Server [22013]
Sun Storage J4400 as 6000-Mailbox Solution for Exchange 2007 With CCR

In a BigAdmin document, Ryan Pratt provides information on a fully tested and validated Sun storage solution for Microsoft Exchange Server, based on the Microsoft Exchange Solution Reviewed Program (ESRP) – Storage program. The scenario presented in the article describes Sun Storage J4400 Arrays being used for a 6000-mailbox Microsoft Exchange 2007 implementation with Cluster Continuous Replication (CCR).
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16 Jul 2009 Configuring Systems for Very High Bandwidth I/O [21964]
Enables Data-intensive Streaming Read/Write I/O Performance.

The Sun BluePrints Online paper "Configuring Systems for High Bandwidth I/O" by Kevin Colwell and Carolyn Bumatay describes a recipe for configuring systems to support the very high bandwidth I/O capabilities needed by such data-intensive applications as operational intelligence and surveillance, epidemic trend analysis and prediction, failure analysis of aircraft and ships, predictive traffic management, weather and ocean forecasting, virtual design, astronomy, human genomics, and other scientific disciplines that are data-intensive, and depend on streaming read/write I/O performance.
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16 Jul 2009 OpenSolaris and the Open HA Cluster Software [21983]
The First High Availability Solution for OpenSolaris

Open High Availability (HA) Cluster 2009.06 is available for OpenSolaris, making it the first HA solution for Sun's open source OS. Touted as the next generation clustering software, the Open HA Cluster is based on Solaris Cluster technology and provides users of OpenSolaris minimized hardware requirements for simplified configuration. It features IPS-based packaging for ease in delivery and production level support from Sun.
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