APRIL 2009

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Events
Moab Con 2009
Did You Know: Moab Green Computing
Online Training Sessions
FAQs
Contact Us 

Events

HPC Linux on Wall Street

April 6, NYC, Roosevelt Hotel
Visit us in Microsoft’s booth and learn more about our dynamic hybrid Windows-Linux solution.

DISA Customer Partnership Conference 2009

April 20-24, Anaheim, Anaheim Convention Center

Systems and Software Technology Conference

April 20-23, Salt Lake City, Salt Palace Convention Center
Visit us in booth 313 to find out more about our cloud and adaptive computing solutions.

Cray User Group

May 4-7, Atlanta, Omni Hotel
Scott Jackson, vice president of software engineering at Cluster Resources, will present “Unifying Heterogeneous Cray Resources and Systems into an Intelligent Single-Scheduled Environment.”


Moab Con 2009—September 16-18

Join us for Cluster Resources’ second annual Moab Con, a three-day conference packed with keynote speakers from industry-leading organizations, presentations by Moab engineers, technical training sessions, panel discussions, road-map presentations, and other events aimed at helping you get the most out of Moab and your HPC or data center environment.

Moab Con 2009 will be held in Provo, Utah, September 16-18, 2009. Receive an early-bird discount by registering now at https://clusterresources.com/moabcon/.

Originally scheduled for June, Moab Con will be held in September to allow Moab Con participants to receive more complete information about additional new Moab technologies and related solution offerings that will be rolled out later this year. We apologize for any inconvenience this schedule change may have caused. If you have questions regarding this change in dates, please contact Steffanie Martz at 801-717-3728 or at smartz@clusterresources.com.

To view last year’s agenda and watch video presentations from some of last year’s presenters visit https://www.clusterresources.com/moabcon/presentations.php.

 

Did You Know: Moab Green Computing

Moab Green Computing will enable your organization to effectively reduce its energy-consumption costs as it optimizes IT performance.

First, Moab can monitor and report on system energy use by collecting power and temperature data from servers and other resources to give administrators a global view of power consumption and to show where they can achieve reductions in consumption and cost.

Then Moab reduces energy use through power management and workload consolidation. Moab’s intelligent power-management policies automatically place idle servers in power-saving modes, and workload-consolidation policies intelligently pack workload on underutilized servers using both traditional and virtualization technologies.

Moab can also help reduce energy use through cost- and temperature-based workload scheduling. By dynamically managing workload time-of-day and location scheduling based on workload priority, hardware temperatures, and power costs, Moab further reduces energy consumption and heat while ensuring optimized performance.

With Moab’s wide array of monitoring, reporting, managing, and scheduling capabilities at work, your computing center will achieve significant reductions in energy use.

For more information, go to https://www.clusterresources.com/solutions/green-computing.php, or call us to set up a free 30-day evaluation.

 

Online Training Sessions

Cluster Resources provides live interactive demonstrations to show how easily you can evaluate Moab. These demonstrations go into detail about the tools that make the evaluation simple and effective.

Part 1 of the training covers the use of Moab in a cluster environment, as well as the following areas: Moab architecture, installation, diagnostics and troubleshooting, admin tools, end-user tools, and testing modes.

Part 2 of the training details Moab in a grid environment, including information on grid autonomy, credential remapping, and other grid-specific capabilities.

Schedule: Go to https://www.clusterresources.com/pages/services/eval-training.php for the most up-to-date training schedule.

If scheduled times do not work for you, please contact us at eval-support@clusterresources.comto schedule a demonstration outside the listed times. EMEA training sessions are added periodically.

To register for training sessions, go to: https://clusterresources.com/pages/services/eval-training.php

 

Frequently Asked Questions

Cluster Resources has a Moab Evaluation Product FAQ page located here.

 

Contact Us

Please send your comments and questions about products, product feedback, tech support, consulting, or custom development to info@adaptivecomputing.com or call us at +1 801-717-3700.

 

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