Posted by Doug Lora, Friday June 23 2006 @ 07:11AM EDT
During the month of July Microsoft is soliciting feedback from current managers and users of HPC clusters.
Doug Lora, Senior Product Manager for HPC, who is currently focused on the next release of Compute Cluster Server says "We would love to have the Microsoft HPC Development team hear directly from customers regarding their pain points in deploying and managing clusters and cluster workloads. We have already had conversations with a number of customers but would like to have many more. It doesn’t matter to us if you are running in a completely Linux or Unix environment because the issues you face are probably common to all clusters."
Please contact Doug directly at (425) 705-7726 or by email firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule a call or visit.
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