"Virtual" HPC Cluster on a Notebook PC…?

Maybe a stretch, eh?   Well maybe not if you just want to experiment with the tools and platform technologies.  Today, you can acquire a multi-core notebook supporting a CPU/RAM combination capable of running multiple virtual machines simultaneously.  This allows you to experiment not only with new Windows Server 2008 RC0 Virtualization (i.e. “Hyper-V”), but also…


Want to learn more about HPC application development on Windows?

Pluralsight has recently completed a course entitled “Applied High-Performance Computing with Microsoft CCS”.   See the complete course description and scheduled offerings at http://www.pluralsight.com/courses/AppliedComputeClusterServer.aspx.  Technorati Tags: HPC , CCS , Pluralsight


Windows Compute Cluster Server Edition V2 Beta Program Coming Soon…

The program will be by invitation and accessible via http://connect.microsoft.com.   Independent Software Vendors considering a High Performance Computing solution on Windows may obtain more information by emailing hpcpart@microsoft.com(NoSpam).  Learn more about highly scalable parallel computing Microsoft platform technologies at http://www.microsoft.com/hpc.