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Extending High Performance Capabilities for Microsoft Azure
We are excited to announce the extension of A8 and A9 support in Azure to include virtual machine (IaaS) options for these sizes running either Windows Server or Linux operating systems. Compute-intensive workloads can take advantage of bringing their own images to Azure and leverage the higher memory...
14 May 2014
Call for comments for Microsoft Operations Manager Management Pack
posted Monday, January 22, 2007 12:29 PM by chris | 0 Comments We released the MOM Management Pack for Windows CCS back in November last year. You can download the pack at http://www.microsoft.com/downloads/details.aspx?FamilyId=53AE834A-7369-4655-82E5-1C2563CEC677&displaylang=en . You can...
22 Jan 2007
SGI and Microsoft Join Forces to Expand High-Performance Computing
posted Monday, January 15, 2007 9:11 PM by DennisCr | 0 Comments Leveraging SGI’s expertise in high-performance computing and Microsoft Corp.’s strategy of making HPC more accessible to a broader marketplace, SGI and Microsoft announced that SGI will offer Microsoft ® Windows ® Compute Cluster...
15 Jan 2007
How to set environment variables on computes nodes
For ISV application you have to set some environments variables on the compute node. You can set this variable by hand, but if you have many nodes it can be long. So, the idea of this post is how can set them attaumaticaly ? Use the HPCS tools : You can set cluster wilde variable by using cluscgf...
7 Apr 2009
Note to the following Deployment posts
The following posts are exact copies of entries in the same titled blog on the previous Windowshpc portal site. I added the author's name in the beginning of each entry and edited the posting dates to reflect the original date of the entry. Michael Cole Project Manager/Site Administrator
16 Oct 2007
University of Southampton provides Windows access to the UK National Grid Service
posted Thursday, September 20, 2007 4:11 PM by DennisCr | The University of Southampton is the latest university to join the UK National Grid Service with affiliate status. The Microsoft Institute for High Performance Computing at the University will be providing access to the Microsoft Compute...
20 Sep 2007
How to use C shell and Korn shell to manage a Windows HPC Server cluster?
Zhen WEI MSFT
(On behalf of Christina Carter ) Did you know you can use the familiar C shell and Korn shell under SUA (Subsystem for UNIX-based Applications) to call our PowerShell commands? If you have Windows Server 2003 R2, Windows Server 2008 or Windows Vista Ultimate and Enterprise editions, then you can...
18 Apr 2008
Hardware Configuration for Larger Clusters
Hi, I’m Doug and I design & run production Windows Compute Cluster Server clusters for the HPC team at Microsoft. I often get asked “what hardware configuration should I choose for my cluster?” The stock answer is: “it depends.” WCCS will run just fine on two desktop machines connected by an Ethernet...
16 Nov 2007
Helpful tip for dealing with HPC Pack setup failures
I once ran into an issue while installing the HPC Pack on a machine and I was wondering where to go to find more information about the setup failure preferably a log of some sort to see the reason for the failure. Here is a tip that helped. The HPC Pack setup writes two logs to the installer’s %temp...
3 Apr 2009
9,200 Core Windows CCS Cluster
posted Thursday, August 30, 2007 3:39 AM by saptak | 0 Comments Actually, the cluster is a dual boot Linux/CCS cluster, which makes it even more interesting than the headline. The machine is reported to have 1,151 Dell servers with dual-socket Barcelonas for a total of over 9,200 cores and will...
30 Aug 2007
HPCv2RC1: Nodes imaged successfully, but show “Provisioning Failed”
I just installed the brand new RC1 candidate on my head node. I provisioned all 23 nodes of my cluster at once, using the Default compute node template. While going through the “Create a node template” wizard in the To-Do list, I selected the option “Include a step in the template to download and install...
30 Jun 2008
Virtual HPC Cluster Deployment on Hyper-V
If you want to setup and deploy a cluster with Windows HPC Server 2008 April CTP build on a single laptop or desktop, or if you want to build a bigger cluster with more nodes on a few powerful machines, here is a step-by-step document to help you achieve this by using Windows Server 2008 Hyper-V. (See...
26 Apr 2008
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