Our friends at Lucera are in number 6 for best use of HPC in a financial services category. Our Unison product is at number 11 for Best HPC Storage Product or Technology. And I did a write in for #21 for us :D. Our friends at Mellanox have their 100Gb EDR Infiniband technology at number … Read moreVoting in HPCWire's readers choice awards are open, please vote!
We are involved in a fairly large benchmark for a potential customer. I won’t go into many specifics, though I should note that lots of our Unison units are involved. Current architecture has 5 storage nodes (6th was temporarily removed to handle a customer issue). Each Unison node has a pair of 56GbE NICs, as … Read moreAs the benchmark cooks
Very fast units, very reasonable prices. We are (again) running out of space in our lab, and really need to move this stuff out. Many of these have been demo/engineering machines for us, including the portable petabyte unit. We’ve got a Cadence box with 16TB of storage, which puts up performance numbers that other vendors … Read moreInventory to sell to make room: Cadence and several Unison/JackRabbits
So far, 3 components, and working to fix a few things in formatting. On github, grab it here. First, lsbond.pl to report about bond details root@unison-mgr-1:~/net-tools# ./lsbond.pl bond0: mac 0c:c4:7a:48:69:cb state up mode fault-tolerance (active-backup) xmit_hash layer2 0 active slave eth1 polling 100 ms up_delay 200 ms down_delay 200 ms slave nics: eth1: mac 0c:c4:7a:48:69:cb, … Read moreUpdated net-tools bits
The paper is here. We focused on our product mix and the rough comparables in the report. Our units are immediately available as well, preloaded/preconfigured with Ceph. The takeaway is this: Whats really interesting in this is that the 36+2 reference architecture makes use of 2x NVMe drives. And as you can see, they really … Read moreUnison Ceph beats reference architecture, including the flavor with NVMe drives