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Univa Tech Days Announced

on Fri, 02/13/2015 - 18:43

A significant investment for both private and public organizations is the design and building of a modern workload optimization and data analytics ecosystem.

Univa Tech Day brings together the brightest minds across dozens of industry verticals. Attendees will collaborate on best practices and discuss innovations that maximize the value of existing compute resources.

Come learn about the industry’s most powerful high performance and integrated solution suite for mission-critical and dynamically shared clusters. 

Event Details
 

DateTimeVenue
March 17, 201510:00am - 3:30pmEDR&Medeso AB 
Johan

Case Study: Diamond Light Source Accelerates Analysis of Data Produced by Intense Light Beams with Univa Grid Engine

on Mon, 01/19/2015 - 17:53

Diamond Light Source Accelerates Analysis of Data Produced by Intense Light Beams with Univa Grid Engine
The United Kingdom‘s national synchrotron science facility benefits from Univa‘s comprehensive onsite training and support programs.

Executive Summary
Diamond Light Source has established itself as one of the most advanced scientific facilities in the world. Its pioneering capabilities include a synchrotron that harnesses the power of electrons to produce bright light.

Diamond Light Source faced the challenge of efficiently and effectively training a group of staff members after

Happy Holidays

on Thu, 12/18/2014 - 15:03

(The people in the picture are a mix of employees of Univa and Sahara Force India Formula One® Team including driver Sergio Perez.)

As we reflect on 2014, we feel blessed for a successful year. Univa reached new heights and achieved significant milestones – all within a central theme of “Increased Performance.”

For instance, we released the next generation of Grid Engine. The product evolution of 
Univa® Grid Engine™ v8.2 contains over 200 feature innovations, updates, and integrations, resulting in improved scalability, performance and resource control for small and large clusters.

Our

Univa® Grid Engine™ 8.2.1

on Wed, 12/17/2014 - 19:06

Univa Grid Engine 8.2.1 has now officially released. 8.2.1 contains all of the new features in Univa Grid Engine 8.2.0 and additional fixes and enhancements identified since the release of 8.2.0. For a list of enhancements, please read our release notes: http://bit.ly/1DCCH5I 

Performance Begins With Univa Grid Engine™

on Tue, 11/18/2014 - 18:48

Watch how Sahara Force India Formula One™ Team is using Univa Grid Engine software to power its high performance computing infrastructure for design applications and race analytics, allowing the team to design and run the best cars on the track.

 

 

 

Preparing for your Grid Engine 8.2 Upgrade?

on Mon, 10/27/2014 - 18:00
 
Interested in learning how to upgrade to Grid Engine 8.2? 
 
This live demo will explain how to upgrade from an earlier Univa Grid Engine version or open source version to Grid Engine 8.2.  The clone upgrade and in place upgrade procedure will be demonstrate in this webinar. 
 

Univa Grid Engine and Remote Exploit Vulnerability in BASH

on Thu, 09/25/2014 - 18:31
On 9/24/2014 a severe bash shell vulnerability (CVE-2014-6271) was disclosed which affects the implementation of the GNU Bash 4.3 shell on Linux and other operating systems:
 
 
In brief, the vulnerability can be exploited by local or remote users who can directly or indirectly trigger bash scripts scripts running in the context of other users. This can be e.g. web servers which execute CGI scripts.
 
To test whether the installed Bash shells are vulnerable users can execute the following command:
 
  env x='() { :;}; echo

OGF42 DRMAA2 Code Camp: Using the new API for Job Workflow, Job Management, and Cluster Monitoring in Univa Grid Engine

on Mon, 09/22/2014 - 08:16

The Open Grid Forum 42 was happening two weeks ago at the Imperial College of London. Since we are strong supporter of open standards around HPC clusters we participated with a DRMAA2 Code Camp as part of the DRMAA2 specification sessions. The goal from this session was to provide interested developers a Univa Grid Engine 8.2 demo cluster on their laptop in order to have an easy way of gaining experience with the new DRMAA2 C API.

If you want to learn about how to setup an Univa Grid Engine cluster (ready for DRMAA2 programming) in a few easy steps, then download the presentation here.

 

8.2.0 and the Art of Version Numbering

on Fri, 09/05/2014 - 07:28

Univa Grid Engine was released in its newest version 8.2.0 delivering a whole set of exiting enhancements. Two prominent developments, the Microsoft Windows native native support and the Qmaster Read-Only Thread Pool, mark both, major feature improvements and a fundamental evolution of the code base. This drove our decision to award this release with the 8.2 release number. In fact, a 9.0 would have been justified as well but upgrading from an 8.1.x release to 8.2 is still a well contained process and we have further developments on the roadmap which will deserve the 9.0 at least as much.

Univa Corporation Releases New Version of Grid Engine

on Tue, 09/02/2014 - 04:35

Univa reinforces reputation as the official "Home of Grid Engine"
with significant features and new integrations in version 8.2.0

Hoffman Estates, IL, – September 2, 2014 – Univa, the Data Center Automation Company, announced today that Univa® Grid Engine™ is prepared to meet the needs of tomorrow for the HPC and Big Data communities. The company released version 8.2.0 of Univa Grid Engine, the most widely distributed resource management software platform.

"This version of Univa Grid Engine is a result of the feedback and consumer-driven requests we have received from clients since Univa

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