DriveScale and the NVIDIA BlueField-2 DPU

DriveScale provides Composable Infrastructure orchestration to enable the disaggregated data center. By dynamically configuring (and reconfiguring) servers with any storage configuration on demand, composable infrastructure marries the flexibility and [...]


An Early History of git

In my experience, nothing inflames the passions of software developers like a discussion about source code control tools. You can't make this stuff up. At nearly every company I’ve [...]


Deep Learning with DriveScale

I had the privilege of attending the DellEMC HPC Community meeting prior to the SuperComputing '17 conference.  There was a lot of discussion of Deep Learning as a rapidly growing [...]


IT Business Edge | Keeping High-Scale Data and Resources in Sync

One of the earliest promises of virtualization was that it would allow the enterprise to dynamically shift workloads to the most efficient hardware footprint. This, in turn, would improve resource utilization and lifecycles, not to mention power consumption and overall performance. In reality, however, this proved to be a bit more complicated than it initially seemed, particularly since truly dynamic workload balancing required the cooperation of storage and networking as well. CONTINUE READING

Load More Posts