In this video from the 2016 HPC User Forum in Austin, a select panel of HPC vendors describe their disruptive technologies for high performance computing. Vendors include: Altair, SUSE, ARM, AMD, Ryft, Red Hat, Cray, and Hewlett Packard Enterprise. “A disruptive innovation is an innovation that creates a new market and value network and eventually disrupts an existing market and value network, displacing established market leading firms, products and alliances.”
Today GIGABYTE Technology and Cavium announced a new set of servers built on the industry-leading ThunderX family of workload-optimized ARM server SoCs. According to Cavium, the collaboration brings the world’s most powerful 64-bit ARM-based servers to market to address increasingly demanding application and workload requirements.
In this Intel Chip Chat podcast, Dan Ferber, Open Source Server Based Storage Technologist at Intel and Ross Turk, Director of Product Marketing for Red Hat describe how Ceph plays a critical role in delivering the full enterprise capability of OpenStack. Ross explains how Ceph allows you to build storage using open source software and standard servers and disks providing a lot of flexibility and enabling you to easily scale out storage. By lowering hardware costs, lowering the vendor lock-in threshold, and enabling customers to fix and enhance their own code, open source and software defined storage (SDS) solutions are enabling the future of next generation storage.
Today Mellanox announced a set of 100Gb/s network storage performance benchmark results for Red Hat Ceph Storage and Red Hat Gluster Storage.
Today SGI announced the signing of an OEM agreement with Red Hat, Inc., the world’s leading provider of open source solutions. This agreement enables SGI’s world-class service organization to provide support of Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) to customers across SGI’s full product line. This means that customers who choose RHEL can call SGI directly for any RHEL support they may require for their platform.
In this video, Trilogy Tech Talk discusses what’s new with Red Hat’s Yan Fisher during SC14.
“Red Hat Enterprise Linux features tight integration with SELinux, which enables the platform’s native configurations to offer Role-Based Access Control (RBAC), data labeling, and continuous monitoring of security controls.”