Complimentary Webinar: How To Get The Most Out Of A Linux Cluster - November 14th, 2006

Penguin Computing Invites You to a Complimentary Online Seminar:
How to Get the Best out of Your Linux Cluster Application

Tuesday, November 14, 2006
2:00 PM Eastern | 11:00 AM Pacific

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Register:
http://www.bulldogsolutions.net/PenguinComputing/PEN11142006/frmRegistration.aspx?bdls=7554

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Learn how Linux clustering can cost-effectively optimize usage levels and productivity by simplifying or eliminating the complexities that are often camouflaged by other solutions.

In today's dynamic and highly competitive business environment, providing a guaranteed high-performance service that delivers the right results at the right time and at the right cost, is a relentless challenge. The key to getting ahead of this game is finding the right solution for deploying and managing resources, scaling on-demand to ever-changing workload requirements, and achieving the highest usage levels matched to your business priorities.

In this complimentary Webinar, join the inventor of Linux clustering, Don Becker, as he discusses a powerful new paradigm of clustered computing that eliminates the need for multiple levels of cost and support and significantly reduces the complexity, time and effort that are the hallmarks of traditional solutions, enabling you to be more productive, faster.

During the Web event, Penguin will give you insight into how you can:

• Make large pools of servers appear and act like a single virtual system with a single point of command/control by re-architecting the foundation to deliver fast, stateless (disk-less) provisioning, a lightweight compute operating environment and a single virtualized process space for the entire cluster

• Leverage this unique approach to have a tremendous ripple effect on rapid provisioning, simple manageability and scalability, and enhanced security and reliability within the cluster

• Dramatically increase efficiency and reduce operating costs, while delivering a high performance computing platform that you can depend on in a highly competitive business environment

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Web Event Details
First 35 event attendees will receive a FREE grid/cluster business strategies book!

Title:
How to Get the Best out of Your Linux Cluster Application

Presenters:
Donald Becker
CTO of Penguin Computing
Co-Inventor Linux Cluster Technology

Pauline Nist
SVP Product Development and Management
Penguin Computing

Arend Dittmer
Director, Product Management HPC Division
Penguin Computing

Date:
Tuesday, November 14, 2006

Time:
11:00 AM Pacific
2:00 PM Eastern

Duration:
1 Hour

Register:
http://www.bulldogsolutions.net/PenguinComputing/PEN11142006/frmRegistration.aspx?bdls=7554

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