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  • Cool Blue: How IBM beats the heat

    After three years of development, IBM released a water-based technology to help data centers win the war on heat. The verdict is still out on whether it will solve the issue. 

  • Beowulf founder: Virtualization hot on Linux clusters

    Beowulf Project co-founder Donald Becker explains how Linux clusters can make for a no-clutter virtualization option. 

  • IBM looks to 'open' hardware

    Not content with just open software, IBM is setting its sites on open hardware with the help of Power.org. 

  • New product how-to: Installing Emic m/cluster

    This is an overview of the installation process for Emic m/cluster, a single-image MySQL cluster for high availability, linear scalability and load balancing between cluster nodes. 

  • Former Sun exec makes leap to Linux clusters

    Bill Cook, a 19-year veteran of Sun Microsystems, speaks with SearchEnterpriseLinux.com about his new role and his desire to bring Linux clusters to the masses. 

  • Author describes keys to business-ready Linux clusters

    Yes, you can build highly reliable and enterprise-ready Linux-based server clusters using free open source software components. Karl Kopper, author of the new book "The Enterprise Linux Cluster" did. SearchEnterpriseLinux.com recently talked to Koppe... 

  • Linux cluster no crash test dummy for Volvo

    News that Volvo is implementing a Linux high-performance computing cluster bodes well for automotive safety. But the bigger story is that IBM has taken the technology from university environments to commercial applications. 

  • Red Hat Linux, Oracle apps travel in style

    Who knew the Penguin loved to travel? MLT Vacations, a Minneapolis, Minn.-based travel agency did. The company managed to save a cool million with the help of Linux and Oracle apps in a decidedly chilly travel environment. 

  • A Linux cluster primer, part one

    Linux cluster expert Tom Quinn identifies applications that easily adapt to clusters, ones that need tweaking first, and the physical data center barriers to clustering. 

  • A Linux cluster primer, part two

    Linux cluster expert Tom Quinn offers advice on how to simplify cluster management and explains the pros and cons of recycling servers.