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Eric Steven Raymond
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This presentation will present three areas: parallel scientific computation with the SCore software from Japanese Real World Computing Partnership (RWCP), the future of Linux clusters and the internet, and a unique research project called Cluster Cockpit, centered at TurboLabs in Santa Fe New Mexico. The Cluster Cockpit research team has been investigating the management issues surrounding large clusters. Our framework is based on component technology, with modules that can be loaded or unloaded on the fly, and standardized interfaces for basic module functionality. Furthermore, XML technology is used to describe some components and data, so the basic framework as well as the GUI can be extended.
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