In today’s data centers, big data has placed a greater demand for performance at large scale for storage systems. The Lustre* file system was purpose-built to provide sustained storage performance and stability on a large scale for high-performance computing (HPC) systems. However, as commercial enterprises have begun to deploy HPC technologies, Intel created an enhanced version of Lustre known as Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software. Enterprise Edition enables fully parallel I/O throughput across clients, servers, and storage devices.
Intel® ISA-L provides the tools to help accelerate and optimize storage on Intel® architecture (IA) for everything from small office NAS appliances to enterprise storage systems. Intel® ISA-L can run on various Intel® server processors and provides operation acceleration through the following instruction sets:
In the last couple of months we have captured a number of Black Belts on video. Some were done in the studio, some at September's Intel Developer Forum. No matter the circumstances and method, they are great opportunities to check the pulse of the members of our elite group and to find out what they are doing as well as how they feel about Intel technology and the Industry overall.
O novo programa Microsoft Vertical ISV Partnership Program (VIPP) oferece benefícios e oportunidades para empresas de desenvolvimento de software (ISVs), que atuam nos segmentos de Governo, Saúde, Manufatura ou Varejo, para acelerar o desenvolvimento de aplicações de mobilidade e a adoção de Tecnologias de Nuvem.
Twenty eight Intel® Black Belt Software Developers journeyed to San Francisco for IDF2014 and to attend the sixth annual Black Belt Summit Networking/Dinner Event. As Black Belt Program manager I had the pleasure of greeting them and spending time with them during the week. Here I am driving down to the big city. Even though I live in the Bay Area I am nevertheless thrilled every time I cross this amazing bridge!
Disclosure of H/W prefetchers control on some Intel processors
This article discloses the MSR setting that can be used to control the various h/w prefetchers that are available on Intel processors based on the following microarchitectures: Nehalem, Westmere, Sandy Bridge, Ivy Bridge, Haswell, and Broadwell.