ALE Central Mtg. for Thursday, Sept. 14, 2006

Filed at 11:22 am under by Ruscetta


Our presentation for September 14th will be

“How to Cheat and Win with
Clustering for Fun and Profit”

presented by
Vernard Martin

Synopsis:
Linux is the current king of the high performance clustering market.
We’ll give a short history of clustering with Linux and talk about ways
to build an enterprise class cluster on a shoestring budget.

Bio: Vernard Martin is a founding member of ALE and a Senior Problem
Wrangler for the Rollins School of Public Health at Emory University
where he runs their computer server environment. He has been using
Linux longer than any sane human being would admit to and recently
retired from being a graduate student at GA Tech. He lives in Atlanta,
GA with with his cat Lietenant and of course, his own baby cluster.

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Some general background on Linux clustering may be found at
the Linux Clustering Information Center:
http://lcic.org
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Meeting time is 7:30pm to ~9:30pm
Directions to ALE Central meetings at Emory
Law School are linked on ALE.org side bar.

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