Dell EMC HPC NFS Storage Solution—High Availability

Learn about the architecture, design, performance and setup for the Dell™ Network File System (NFS) Storage Solution with High Availability (NSS-HA) configurations with 144TB and 288TB capacities. The NSS-HA solution uses NFS with Red Hat® Scalable File System (XFS) and PowerVault™ storage to provide easy-to-manage, reliable and cost-effective storage architecture for high-performance computing (HPC) clusters.

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Dell EMC HPC Solution for Manufacturing

This technical white paper describes the Dell HPC System for Manufacturing. The Dell HPC System for Manufacturing is designed and configured specifically for customers in the manufacturing domain. This system uses a flexible building block approach, where individual building blocks can be combined to build HPC systems which are ideal for customer specific work-loads and use cases. The individual building blocks are configured to provide good performance for specific application types and workloads common to this industry.

This whitepaper discusses the types of applications commonly used in the manufacturing domain, describes the building blocks that work well for each application, and provides measured, quantified performance results for the system.

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Making Enterprise HPC Storage Simpler, Faster and More Productive

The Dell HPC Storage with Intel EE for Lustre Solution helps bring the benefits of an HPC file system to a broad range of enterprise organizations. Dell’s enterprise- ready Lustre parallel file storage solution can deliver a higher level of computing power and throughput, and make available information and insights derived from big data and compute-intensive applications — such as advanced modeling, simulation, and data analysis—to a wider audience of enterprise users. This HPC storage solution, backed by Dell and Intel, offers the potential to drive innovation, deliver higher quality products and designs, and sustain competitive advantage.

The Dell Storage for HPC with Intel® Enterprise Edition (EE) for Lustre Solution allows end-users that need the benefits of large–scale, high bandwidth storage to tap the power and scalability of Lustre, with its simplified installation, configuration, and management features that are backed by Dell and Intel.

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Dell EMC HPC Solution for Genomics

Serious computation for life and death research Get the extreme power and storage needed for genomic processing and life sciences study. Dell HPC System for Life Sciences accelerates time-to-insight for a range of fields including drug design, cancer research, agriculture and forensics — and it:

  • Simplifies integration and workflow management with Next Generation Sequencing (NGS) systems
  • Achieves fast results with maximum efficiency; processes 163 genomes per day with 10X the data samples and 54 genomes per day with 50X the data samples; completes a genome analysis in less than 8 hours
  • Has a flexible design that scales from 4 to 40 nodes per system

Dell’s flexible, pretested configurations reduce lengthy implementation timelines from months to weeks and ensure lower upgrade and ongoing operational costs.

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Dell EMC Solutions for High Performance Computing

Evolving research and technical workloads push the limits of high performance computing (HPC). Our scalable, flexible market-ready solutions — with the latest Intel® processors — readily handle compute and data-intensive workloads to drive breakthroughs faster. Learn how our HPC Blueprint, based on proven reference architectures, can help you:

  • Transform data into insights faster with less risk
  • Increase bandwidth, throughput and scalability
  • Streamline deployment and cluster management

Dell supports industry, research, government and education with market-ready HPC solutions that enable more innovation and discovery. Our scalable, flexible solutions readily handle compute and data-intensive research workloads, helping drive faster breakthroughs.

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Supercharging Your Enterprise Cloud Performance: Real World Customer Performance Example

Hyperconverged Performance Analysis for Real World Enterprise Applications

Enterprises want the simplicity and scalability of public cloud, with predictable costs for business-critical applications while also meeting high-performance SLAs for on-premises infrastructure. Hyperconverged technologies fit the defined evaluation criteria well, however needs have moved beyond cost-savings and simplicity to include performance, scalability and reliability, aspects of performance analysis that are particularly difficult to measure when shared resources are used throughout the platform.

Attend this TechBytes series presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by Nutanix to learn about:

  • Hyperconverged buying criteria, and the role “hero” performance numbers should play in influencing buying decisions
  • The impact of hyperconverged infrastructure on achievable, real-world business-critical application performance, scalability and reliability
  • Hear from Nutanix customers on their business-critical performance expectations and achievements

Don’t wait – register now for this complimentary event series and learn what you need to know to deliver maximum performance for all your applications types.

About the presenters:
Marc Trouard-Riolle, Product Marketing Manager at Nutanix, wants to live in a world where business IT is freed from the shackles of vendor lock-in, with simple, scalable infrastructure and management, aligned with business objectives. Previously Marc has worked in the financial, insurance and legal verticals, in a variety of technical pre/post sales and consultancy roles. Native to London, England, Marc now lives in California with his wife and two children.

Benjamin Metcalf is the Systems Administrator for Faith Technologies. He has spent most of his adult life making sure the customers are always happy, and the last 12 years in Information Technology are no exception. He has earned several industry standard certifications in several different technologies. He has worked with several Fortune 100 companies in Wisconsin doing several types of deployment that spread across several different technologies. He started down the road of hyper-convergence that changed the way he thought about datacenters and implemented new systems, and it has also allowed him to test more workloads in much bigger spaces than originally were thought possible. He implemented Nutanix in 2016, and has been running and testing workloads on the environment since its implementation.

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Supercharging Your Enterprise Cloud Performance: Enterprise Application Performance Analysis

Hyperconverged Performance Analysis for Real World Enterprise Applications

Enterprises want the simplicity and scalability of public cloud, with predictable costs for business-critical applications while also meeting high-performance SLAs for on-premises infrastructure. Hyperconverged technologies fit the defined evaluation criteria well, however needs have moved beyond cost-savings and simplicity to include performance, scalability and reliability, aspects of performance analysis that are particularly difficult to measure when shared resources are used throughout the platform.

Attend this TechBytes series presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by Nutanix to learn about:

  • Hyperconverged buying criteria, and the role “hero” performance numbers should play in influencing buying decisions
  • The impact of hyperconverged infrastructure on achievable, real-world business-critical application performance, scalability and reliability
  • Hear from Nutanix customers on their business-critical performance expectations and achievements

Don’t wait – register now for this complimentary event series and learn what you need to know to deliver maximum performance for all your applications types.

About the presenter:
Andy Daniel is a Sr. Technical Marketing Engineer at Nutanix, where he focuses on all-flash platforms, data efficiency, and performance. Prior to Nutanix, Andy was Principal Architect at PernixData. Throughout his career as a consultant, he's worked on a variety of mission-critical storage and virtualization projects for the world’s largest organizations. He is a vExpert, co-author of VMware vSphere 5 Administration Instant Reference, and has extensive experience in virtualization, datacenter networking, and storage.

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Supercharging Your Enterprise Cloud Performance: Understanding Performance Evaluation Criteria

Hyperconverged Performance Analysis for Real World Enterprise Applications

Enterprises want the simplicity and scalability of public cloud, with predictable costs for business-critical applications while also meeting high-performance SLAs for on-premises infrastructure. Hyperconverged technologies fit the defined evaluation criteria well, however needs have moved beyond cost-savings and simplicity to include performance, scalability and reliability, aspects of performance analysis that are particularly difficult to measure when shared resources are used throughout the platform.

Attend this TechBytes series presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by Nutanix to learn about:

  • Hyperconverged buying criteria, and the role “hero” performance numbers should play in influencing buying decisions
  • The impact of hyperconverged infrastructure on achievable, real-world business-critical application performance, scalability and reliability
  • Hear from Nutanix customers on their business-critical performance expectations and achievements

Don’t wait – register now for this complimentary event series and learn what you need to know to deliver maximum performance for all your applications types.

About the presenter:
Marc Trouard-Riolle, Product Marketing Manager at Nutanix, wants to live in a world where business IT is freed from the shackles of vendor lock-in, with simple, scalable infrastructure and management, aligned with business objectives. Previously Marc has worked in the financial, insurance and legal verticals, in a variety of technical pre/post sales and consultancy roles. Native to London, England, Marc now lives in California with his wife and two children.

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The Digital Risk Management Maturity Model

How mature is your organization's digital risk management program?

For many organizations, multichannel access to information, including web, mobile and social channels, presents new digital threats that are often overlooked. Join senior security analyst Nick Hayes of Forrester Research, co-author of The Forrester Wave™: Digital Risk Monitoring, to discuss digital risk monitoring and management.

Watch this webinar presented by Slashdot Media and sponsored by RiskIQ to learn how to gain visibility into, detect, and respond to digital threats of all kinds. We will discuss:

  • How digital risk threatens your organization
  • The Digital Risk Maturity Model
  • The requisite processes and resources necessary to formalize and fine-tune digital risk management
  • Where to prioritize your investment in digital risk for maximum impact

Watch the webinar and take your first steps towards further reducing digital threats.

About the Presenters:
Nick Hayes is a Senior Analyst at Forrester Research. His research is dedicated to helping risk professionals and other business leaders understand and manage customer-facing risks in order to build more resilient brands. He has extensive knowledge of the security, privacy, archiving, and other compliance challenges of social media, as well as the technical controls used to address them.

Sam Curcuruto is the senior product marketing manager at RiskIQ, where he's responsible for spending time with security professionals to understand their problems and find innovative ways that RiskIQ technology can help solve them. Sam's experience spans tech companies focused on cybersecurity, cyber infrastructure management, and consumer software.

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Give Legacy Code New Life With Modern COBOL AppDev: Using COBOL as a JVM language

With billions of lines of COBOL in use, this business language powers a large percentage of every ATM, government, and many other business transactions. Many businesses are looking for new ways to utilize decades of solid business logic without having to replace a mission critical application.

Attend this TechBytes series sponsored by Micro Focus and presented by SourceForge to learn how organizations around the world are utilizing existing .NET and Java development teams to integrate and modernize COBOL applications. Attendees will learn:

  • What tools can be used to ‘free’ business logic from legacy code
  • Exposing COBOL processes as REST base services
  • Using COBOL as a .NET or JVM language

Don’t wait – register now for these TechBytes to get started.

About the Presenter:
Michael Bleistein, Principal Architect, at Micro Focus, is a 25-year veteran when it comes to COBOL. Currently he specializes in modernization through .NET, Java, and SOA using Visual COBOL, helping customers understand Micro Focus solutions and how they can be used to combat their business problems.

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Give Legacy Code New Life With Modern COBOL AppDev: Using COBOL as a .NET language

With billions of lines of COBOL in use, this business language powers a large percentage of every ATM, government, and many other business transactions. Many businesses are looking for new ways to utilize decades of solid business logic without having to replace a mission critical application.

Attend this TechBytes series sponsored by Micro Focus and presented by SourceForge to learn how organizations around the world are utilizing existing .NET and Java development teams to integrate and modernize COBOL applications. Attendees will learn:

  • What tools can be used to ‘free’ business logic from legacy code
  • Exposing COBOL processes as REST base services
  • Using COBOL as a .NET or JVM language

Don’t wait – register now for these TechBytes to get started.

About the Presenter:
Michael Bleistein, Principal Architect, at Micro Focus, is a 25-year veteran when it comes to COBOL. Currently he specializes in modernization through .NET, Java, and SOA using Visual COBOL, helping customers understand Micro Focus solutions and how they can be used to combat their business problems.

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Give Legacy Code New Life With Modern COBOL AppDev: Exposing COBOL processes as REST based services

With billions of lines of COBOL in use, this business language powers a large percentage of every ATM, government, and many other business transactions. Many businesses are looking for new ways to utilize decades of solid business logic without having to replace a mission critical application.

Attend this TechBytes series sponsored by Micro Focus and presented by SourceForge to learn how organizations around the world are utilizing existing .NET and Java development teams to integrate and modernize COBOL applications. Attendees will learn:

  • What tools can be used to ‘free’ business logic from legacy code
  • Exposing COBOL processes as REST base services
  • Using COBOL as a .NET or JVM language

Don’t wait – register now for these TechBytes to get started.

About the Presenter:
Michael Bleistein, Principal Architect, at Micro Focus, is a 25-year veteran when it comes to COBOL. Currently he specializes in modernization through .NET, Java, and SOA using Visual COBOL, helping customers understand Micro Focus solutions and how they can be used to combat their business problems.

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Free E-Book – Achieving Continuous Delivery for Databases

Continuous delivery helps teams reduce risk and increase efficiency and reliability of their software release process. But because of the specific challenges presented by the database, it isn’t always included in that process.

This book aims to show how it is possible to adapt many of the techniques used successfully in application development and make them applicable to the specific requirements of databases. By making the way we develop, test, deploy, and maintain databases more visible, predictable, and measurable, and working together more effectively as a team, organizations can start to reap the benefits of faster delivery, reduced costs, and increased quality.

Find out more about including the database in your continuous delivery process with this 110 page e-book.

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Persistent Storage for Containerized Applications

Linux containers are on course to change DevOps forever. Container technology will also impact how we think about persistent storage for applications and microservices.

In turn, software-defined storage will impact how storage is dynamically provisioned and managed for containerized applications. Using close integration with orchestration frameworks, such as Kubernetes and private Platform-as-a-Service (PaaS) such as OpenShift, Red Hat® Storage extends the current limit of performance by providing seamless, enterprise-grade storage for critical applications in containers.

Watch this video to learn about the future of storage in a container-driven datacenter.

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