Virtual machine (VM) disaster recovery (DR) is a multifaceted activity that fails over a VM from a primary site to a remote location. There are a few approaches to facilitating disaster recovery in a virtual machine environment. Learn about look at the various approaches to virtual machine disaster recovery in this tutorial.
This paper provides an overview of Platform HPC Workgroup Manager (HPC-WM). HPC-WM dramatically simplifies both the installation and ongoing management of Linux clusters, making them accessible to even the smallest organizations.
This white paper explains how to run sophisticated or highly-available applications in virtualized environments by creating a software-based virtualization infrastructure that offers high availability and grid readiness.
This informative paper examines a unified, scale-out storage solution that provides clustering capabilities for nondisruptive operations over the lifetime of your system. Read on to learn more.
The storage and server cluster installed at The University of Texas at Austin is a lesson in how to do HPC. Storage requirements for HPC go beyond massive capacity, and include the use of high-performance file systems.
Many large organizations have a centralized enterprise resource planning (ERP) environment based on proprietary mainframes or RISC-based systems. In contrast, Intel IT has successfully implemented a decentralized ERP environment that is based on industry-standard servers and supports more than 10,000 active users. Read this paper to learn more!
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