So You Want To Build A Cluster: Five Things to Consider Before You Start

Posted by deadline on May 30, 2009 2:18 AM EDT; By Douglas Eadline
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If you are interested in HPC clustering and don't know where to begin, you are in the right place. All to often HPC beginners jump right into building hardware without understanding the nuances of HPC clusters.

Before we begin, let's be clear on one point. This is not another "how to build a cluster recipe" or article. It is what to know and what you should think about before you build your cluster. Perhaps you are familiar with Linux and X86 hardware, but without a good cluster background many of the ideas or methods may seem mysterious. Maybe you have already looked at several of the "how to build a cluster" articles and noticed they all seem to be doing things a bit differently. Not to worry.

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