The Windows HPC Team Blog

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September, 2008

  • Why choose a single tool?

    Last week at the Valuation Actuaries Symposium I was able to attend a session hosted by Milliman at the Embassy Suites Hotel during which the MG-ALFA modeling product and the MG-Triton Valuation product were discussed and reviewed in the context of how...
  • Clusrunning with Windows HPC Server 2008

    One of our most popular features in the Compute Cluster Pack was clusrun (known to you GUI users as “Remote Command Execution”), which allowed you to run a command line command across a set of cluster nodes in parallel, with their output piped back to...
  • MPI Process Placement with Windows HPC Server 2008

    We get an awful lot of questions about how to go about getting the desired process placement across nodes in an MPI job (just check our forums if you don’t believe me), so I thought I’d post here to shed some light on the things that are possible. ...
  • Are Actuarial clusters becoming a real possibility?

    In the past couple of years I've learned just enough about how computational modeling is used in Actuarial science to begin to understand the real possibilities. In a nutshell, I've found the big three applications are general capital model for purposes...