How to Define Application Specific Resource Quotas

What steps were necessary in your Grid Engine installation to define application specific resource limits? Was it necessary to add plenty of additional consumable complexes or queues? Was it necessary to add queues, parallel environment objects or projects to be able to define resource quota rules? When you answer some of those questions with 'yes' and when you also observed a decreasing cluster throughput then continue reading.

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Licenese Management with Univa License Orchestrator (2/2)

Following blog post gives an overview about Univa License Orchestrator architecture and how Univa Grid Engine clusters can be connected to the Univa License Orchestrator.

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Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor

Univa Grid Engine 8.1.4 brings new usage reporting and enhanced Intel Xeon Phi Coprocessor support. Find more details here.

Univa and insideHPC have teamed up to conduct a survey to gain a better understanding of the trends, issues and usage of HPC across disciplines. Results will be shared. Each completed form will be entered into a draw for prizes.

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History of Grid Engine

If you are interested in a short summary of the Grid Engine history then watch the RichReport podcast below.

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Grid Engine for ARM

Here is a list of reactions on the announced ARM support for Grid Engine:

DataCenter Dynamics: Univa automates ARM infrastructure for Hadoop

insideHPC: Grid Engine for ARMv7 Opens the Door for Energy Efficient Datacenters of the Future

ZDNet: ARM in the datacenter gets another boost

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License Management with Univa License Orchestrator (1/2)

During the last months I was busy working on a new product named Univa License Orchestrator. We reached the early alpha phase now and I think it is time to share some information what Univa License Orchestrator is and how it can help in your environment.

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Univa Grid Engine 8.1 Free Trial

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Get Univa Grid Engine 8.1 here.

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