ZDNET UK: Is Linux Cluster Cabal the Teflon of the 90s?Sep 28, 1999, 15:20 (0 Talkback[s])
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"The open source cluster project calling itself the Linux Cluster Cabal could be for the next decade what TCP/IP was to the last..."
"The LCC has many parallels with TCP/IP. It has a good pedigree, with a small team of the best minds in commercial clustering. Its simple architecture draws on existing SMP cluster semantics to answer real user problems: a cheap replacement for ageing VMSClusters."
"It's pluralistic, supporting many operating systems. It too is owned by no vendor, and uncannily, its first customer is likely to be US government technical departments."
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