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System Fabric Works adds support for BeeGFS Parallel File System

Today System Fabric Works announced its support and integration of the BeeGFS file system with the latest NetApp E-Series All Flash and HDD storage systems which makes BeeGFS available on the family of NetApp E-Series Hyperscale Storage products as part of System Fabric Work’s (SFW) Converged Infrastructure solutions for high-performance Enterprise Computing, Data Analytics and Machine Learning. “We are pleased to announce our Gold Partner relationship with ThinkParQ,” said Kevin Moran, President and CEO, System Fabric Works. “Together, SFW and ThinkParQ can deliver, worldwide, a highly converged, scalable computing solution based on BeeGFS, engineered with NetApp E-Series, a choice of InfiniBand, Omni-Path, RDMA over Ethernet and NVMe over Fabrics for targeted performance and 99.9999 reliability utilizing customer-chosen clustered servers and clients and SFW’s services for architecture, integration, acceptance and on-going support services.”

Penguin Computing FrostByte adds BeeGFS Storage

Today Penguin Computing announced FrostByte with ThinkParQ BeeGFS, the latest member of the family of software-defined storage solutions. FrostByte is Penguin Computing’s scalable storage solution for HPC clusters, high-performance enterprise applications and data intensive analytics. “We are pleased to announce our Gold Partner relationship with ThinkParQ,” said Tom Coull, President and CEO, Penguin Computing. “Together, Penguin Computing and ThinkParQ can deliver a fully supported, scalable storage solution based on BeeGFS, engineered for optimal performance and reliability with best-in-class hardware and expert services.”

BeeGFS Updates with built-in Metadata High-Availability

Today ThinkParQ announced the immediate availability of BeeGFS version 6.0. As the first release in a new versioning scheme, release 6.0 is the direct successor of the 2015.03 release series, which was in fact the 5th BeeGFS major release. “This new release is another big step for the development of BeeGFS”, says Christian Mohrbacher, development lead of BeeGFS. “In combination with the high availability features of the BeeGFS storage service, which were introduced in the 2015.03 major release last year, fully fault-tolerant storage systems can now be built by solely using BeeGFS-internal functionality.”