The Ripple Effect

In Korea, a Real Hunger for Right-Sizing Servers

software-defined server, hpc, TidalScale Korea, Korea, Memory, DRAM, inverse hypervisor

TidalScale Korea officially launched last week in Seoul. It was a milestone event in a country where enterprises, governments and institutions are seeking cost-effective ways to deal with increasingly cumbersome Big Data problems and unpredictable workloads.

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Deploy a "Supercomputer" in Minutes, Pay by the Hour

TidalScale, software-defined server, software-defined data center, TidalScale WaveRunner, composable infrastructure, SC17, hpc, supercomputing

As the high-performance computing (HPC) community prepares to descend on Denver for SC17 next week, its members will arrive in the Mile-High City with more baggage than the usual rolling carry-on. They’ll also be packing some long-held expectations. One of these is that it’s more or less impossible to create a real HPC system—a massive single system image—in the cloud.  I fully anticipate they will leave Denver with the opposite expectation.

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