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  • Stewart, Craig A.; Link, Matthew; McCaulay, D. Scott; Rodgers, Greg; Turner, George; Hancock, David; Wang, Peng; Saied, Faisal; Pierce, Marlon; Aiken, Ross; ... (2009)
    The purpose of this report is to present the results of benchmark tests with Big Red, an IBM e1350 BladeCenter Cluster. This report is particularly focused on providing details of system architecture and test run results ...
  • Morjan, Peter; Rodgers, Greg; Aiken, Ross; Turner, George; Hancock, Dave; Feinswog, Laurie (IBM, Inc. and Indiana University, 2006-09)
    Large computing systems have large administration needs. But just as technologies have evolved to take advantage of certain parallelisms of large scale computing, administrating these technologies must evolve to take ...
  • Morjan, Peter; Rodgers, Greg; Aiken, Ross; Turner, George; Hancock, Dave; Feinswog, Laurie (IBM, Inc. and Indiana University, 1996-11)
    Distributed Image Management (DIM) is a centralized cluster management tool developed by Peter Morjan at IBM for large scale computing systems. This report discusses the technology behind DIM and its features and benefits.
  • Stewart, Craig A.; Link, Matthew R.; Turner, George; Barnett, William K. (2011-11)
    IU and its partners are collaborating with Penguin Computing Inc. to implement a new model of ‘above campus’ services that provides many of the advantages of “cloud” services, while avoiding many of the drawbacks.
  • Floyd, Mike J.; Seiffert, Kurt; Stewart, Craig A..; Turner, George; Cromwell, Dennis; Hancock, Dave; Kallback-Rose, Kristy; Link, Matthew R.; Simms, Steve; Williams, Troy (2013-08)
    Storage technology is in a period of accelerating change. Rapid developments in flash memory and cloud services are the most visible indicators. Uses of storage face growing regulatory and funding agency compliance, and ...

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