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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Apache Hadoop is a framework that works on a clustered file system that can share multiple servers simultaneously.
Cloud2Drive functions the same as a network drive utilizing Extenua's patent pending virtual clustered file system SAFE AI architecture.
The VDI solution removes the need for a traditional SAN and instead uses a more cost-effective, simple JBOD that is managed by Windows Storage Server 2012 R2 utilising clustered file services for hosting user data.
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.
It develops a clustered file system for storing unstructured data called GlusterFS.
Worldwide Computer Products News-15 July 2009-Sanbolic releases beta of Melio 2009 R2 clustered file system(C)1995-2009 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.m2.com
By separating the I/O performance capabilities of caching from the I/O persistence capabilities of NAS and clustered file systems, administrators get the best of both worlds.
Attendees are then encouraged to login via their laptops and "play" with Linux, Windows, Oracle, clustered file systems & clustered servers.
Taking this trend one step further, by incorporating a clustered file system and network file service protocols (e.g.
SGI is rolling out the third generation of its InfiniteStorage disk arrays this week, and it thinks that these new storage arrays, when coupled with SAN switching technology and its CXFS clustered file system, solve one of the peskiest problems in the storage market - actually allowing different and incompatible servers to access a shared set of data files.
"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."