Computerworld: Los Alamos Tries Object-based Storage
Oct 22, 2003, 09:00 (1 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Lucas Mearian)
[ Thanks to Matt for
this link. ]
"Los Alamos National Laboratory today plans to announce that
it's installing a 1,400-node Linux cluster that uses a new
object-based file system technology for data storage.
"Gary Grider, manager of scalable I/O systems at Los Alamos,
said the lab will use start-up Panasas Inc.'s network-attached
storage (NAS) technology to spread file management capabilities
across commodity servers while still achieving high levels of
computing power and I/O throughput..."