Thursday Dec 10, 2009

Sun’s Flash Solutions for optimizing MSC.Software’s Simulation Products



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Presented by Larry Mcintosh and Dale Layfield.

Recorded at the Sun HPC Consortium in Portland, November 15, 2009 by Deirdré Straughan, edited by Rich Brueckner. More presentations here.

Tuesday Dec 01, 2009

Video: Sun HPC Hardware 2009, Roland Rambau (Deutsch)

In this German video, Roland Rambau explains Sun's current HPC portfolio including Nehalem servers, QDR Infiniband switches, Flash memory products and a look behind Oracle Exadata's stunning performance and the new TPC-C world record.

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Tuesday Sep 29, 2009

Master Your Multicore System with Sun Studio

Sun's Ruud van der Pas shows you how to master your multicore system with Sun Studio programming tools.

Monday Sep 28, 2009

Maximizing Application Performance With Sun Studio 12

Performance on your mind? Creating native language applications that maximize performance requires performance tuning, compiler optimizations, and program analysis. To maximize performance and assure scalability in your applications, you need compilers that optimize your code and profiling tools that identify bottlenecks, hot spots, and memory access issues. Learn how the Sun Studio Thread Analyzer, Performance Analyzer, and D-Light can help you tune your application for maximum performance. Presented by Darryl Gove.

Wednesday Sep 16, 2009

Sun xVM Ops Center - Automating Lifecycle Management of HPC

Overview of Sun xVM Ops Center system management software by Prasad Pai of Sun Microsystems xVM Engineering, at Sun's HPC Consortium, Dresden Germany, June 2008.

filmed by Deirdre Straughan

Tuesday May 19, 2009

Taking Multicore Chip Multithreading (CMT) to the next Level of throughput performance with SMP: The UltraSPARC T2 Plus Processor

Sun's Ruud van der Pas presents on the Sun's CMT systemss for for HPC. Recorded at the Sun HPC Consortium in Dresden, Germany, June 15, 2008.

filmed by Deirdré Straughan  edited by Rich Brueckner

Wednesday May 13, 2009

Totalview Technologies Update

In this video, Nikolay Piskun, Director of Continuing Engineering, Totalview Technologies presents on the company's debugger solutions as Sun's HPC Consortium in Dresden, Germany, June 2008.

filmed by Deirdré Straughan  , edited by Rich Brueckner

Sun HPC Software - Clustering Made Easy

Presentation by Art Beckman and Makia Minich at Sun's HPC Consortium, Dresden, Germany, June 2008.

filmed & edited by Deirdré Straughan 

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Monday Feb 02, 2009

Intelligent Storage

In this video, Harriet Coverston presents on SAM-QFS. Recorded at the Sun HPC Consortium in Dresden, Germany, June 15, 2008.

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Friday Jan 23, 2009

SAM-QFS Webinar Video

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This video provides a technical overview of the Sun StorageTek Storage Archive Manager (SAM) and Sun StorageTek QFS software. The QFS Shared File System provides high-performance, shared access to data over a storage area network (SAN). To further protect and manage data created in a shared access environment, the Sun StorageTek SAM software reduces storage costs and complexity by automating data management and movement across tiered storage based on its business value over time. Download PDF slides or MP4 format for iPod

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