Darien's Dialog..

Not so everyday professional doodles... from an Application Platform Solution Specialist, currently based in Microsoft Brisbane

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: TechED SEA 2007 Compute Cluster Server Session shaping up... thanks to HP

    My Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003 session at TechEd is really shaping up thanks to HP and some really cool hardware, their HP Proliant c-Class Server Blades . I'll be working to build a 4-node "Windows Supercomputer" to show during the session, running from both Excel 2007 and Excel Services...
  • Blog Post: Compute Cluster Server Keynote Demo at TechEd SEA 2006

    Just got my keynote photo from Michael Ang (our PR guy). Made me think that I should include some information about this amazing "Windows Supercomputer" Demo. Firstly, credit to Cornell-Waterloo Solution Labs, who built the Excel portion of this demo, and that's the amazing part; we're accessing a Windows...
  • Blog Post: Supercomputers built with Windows Server 2003 just around the corner...

    Here's the latest public update on our Windows Server 2003 Compute Cluster Edition . It will now be available as a Windows Server 2003, Cluster Compute Edition CD ( based on the x64 edition of Windows ) and also a separate Compute Cluster Pack CD. "A two CD approach will give customers deployment...
  • Blog Post: Well grounded perspective on High Performance Computing (HPC)

    <IMHO> I really like this commentary I just read by Tom Quinn (on CNET) on what really HPC is all about. As you've seen in my previous postings, I'm somewhat of a self professed HPC "evangelist" for the Windows platform, but that aside for the minute, I'm in total agreement with Tom when he says...
  • Blog Post: 700 computers in a college gymnasium... HPC (High Performance Computing)?

    <rant> Now this story on CNET got me. Get a bunch of PC's and laptops from computer enthusiasts, jam them all in a gym for a day and build a supercomputer to rival the Top 500 in the world. Gees guys, I don't think so. Just ask anyone on the Top 500 list , including our famous Windows cluster...
Page 1 of 1 (5 items)