by Angela Guess
An article out of the company reports, "Adaptive Computing, the largest provider of High-Performance Computing (HPC) workload management and private cloud management software, today announced that it will work with Cray Inc. to manage computing workloads for the North-German Supercomputing Alliance (HLRN). Using its Moab HPC Suite, Adaptive Computing is managing HLRN’s computing workload on a distributed Cray XC30 supercomputing system of more than 6,500 network sockets, with nearly 1,000 more sockets expected to be added."
Wolfgang W. Baumann, support coordinator of HLRN commented, “We have been a long-time customer of Adaptive Computing because they allow us to fully meet our research objectives… An additional benefit Moab offers is green functionality, which we will be implementing to help protect the environment through efficient usage. From flexibility of system administration to a strong policy engine, Moab’s key usability factors make it the best software to power our new system.”
photo credit: Adaptive Computing