clustered file

clustered file

[′kləs·tərd ′fīl]
(computer science)
A collection of records organized so that items which exhibit similar sets of content identifiers are automatically grouped into common classes.
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Cloud2Drive functions the same as a network drive utilizing Extenua's patent pending virtual clustered file system SAFE AI architecture.
Symmetrical clustered file system accelerates data access; reduces unplanned downtime by 90 percent
A new center of excellence for storage software development, based in the Kitchener-Waterloo region of Ontario, Canada, will be primarily focused on clustered file system, cloud infrastructure and management software development.
Worldwide Computer Products News-15 July 2009-Sanbolic releases beta of Melio 2009 R2 clustered file system(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
Taking this trend one step further, by incorporating a clustered file system and network file service protocols (e.
Sistina's technology gains huge credibility with a mass market server vendor, and Fujitsu becomes one of the first to provide customers all the benefits of a commercial clustered file system to the HPC market.
Phoenix also gets a newly integrated version of IBM's GPFS clustered file system enabling different systems to access to same file or data at the same time without any loss of integrity.
Jeff Boles, senior analyst and director of validation services, Taneja Group, notes, "SANsymphony-V can be easily configured to significantly accelerate performance and add a new level of data protection to Microsoft's Clustered File Shares.
We have a number of Linux/Lustre developers and application architects already on our team and we're looking to expand the team with several more talented developers to work on clustered file systems, cloud infrastructure and management frameworks.
GridBank's globally distributed clustered file system can be spread across multiple physical locations.
These include parallel and distributed file systems (sometimes called clustered file systems), such as DFS, PVFS, Sistina's GFS, Silicon Graphics' CXFS and IBM's GPFS.
By combining commodity hardware with a clustered file system commonly found only in the world's largest supercomputers, a Scale storage cluster grows seamlessly while reducing costs by up to seventy-five percent compared to traditional enterprise storage solutions.