"The University of California at San Diego's supercomputing
group has upgraded its time-tested data management software and
made it available as an open source offering designed to handle up
to petabytes of data.
"The Data-Intensive Computing Environments (DICE) group at the
San Diego Supercomputer Center (SDSC) has issued iRODS (Integrated
Rule-Oriented Data System) 1.0, which the outfit says improves on
and goes beyond the Storage Resource Broker it has developed over
the past 10 years..."
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