Cluster Resources announced today its release of Moab Access Portal source code to its customers and partners to improve Moab Cluster Suite's ease-of-use and expand administrator control.
This new benefit lets organizations configure the Web-based end-user job submission and management tool to accommodate unique site-specific needs. For example, organizations using Moab can now create automated batch submission on the Access Portal so end users don't have to learn batch codes. This ability decreases training requirements for administrators.
With available source code, organizations can also integrate Moab Access Portal with their existing Web portals. End users can use the Web portal they are already familiar with and organizations can consolidate programs to simplify management.
Moab Access is a graphical interface that lets end users submit and manage their high performance computing jobs from anywhere over the Web. Learn more about Moab Access Portal at http://www.clusterresources.com/products/map/ . Moab Access Portal source code is a value add of Moab Cluster Suite, Moab Grid Suite or a Cluster Resources' support contract.Please contact Cluster Resources at (801) 873-3400 to learn more about downloading Access Portal source code.
About Cluster Resources:
Cluster Resources, Inc.™ is a leading provider of workload and resource management software and services for cluster, grid, hosting center and utility-based computing environments. Cluster Resources' high-performance computing solutions enable administrators to control and optimize parallel and serial computing resources. Its professional Moab product line provides HPC sites with the most advanced workload management, scheduling and policy control (e.g., advanced reservations, backfill, checkpoint, preemption, fairshare, prioritization, etc.). Moab is compatible with batch resource managers such as Platform's LSF, Altair's PBS Pro, and IBM's LoadLeveler, and open source tools including TORQUE, OpenPBS and others. Moab runs on Linux, Unix, and Mac OS X environments, and is also accessible from Windows. For more information call (801) 873-3400 or visit http://www.clusterresources.com