EDA and Cloud Computing Experts Offer Free Workshop on Multi-Core System Performance and Cluster Management

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Sun Microsystems, Univa UD and eXludus to Host Workshop during Design Automation Conference 2009

eXludus Technologies, the leading developer of multi-core system capacity management, virtualization and provisioning solutions, today announced that it will be part of a team of electronic design automation (EDA) and cloud computing experts to offer a free workshop during the Design Automation Conference 2009 (DAC09) in San Francisco.

eXludus will co-host this workshop with Sun Microsystems and UnivaUD - the fourth in a series of similar events that have taken place in Tokyo, Japan, Austin, Texas and Santa Clara, California.

This workshop will provide: Expert training and best practices for high performance computing (HPC) cluster users; valuable tools and knowledge on improving EDA application performance by optimizing multi-core system throughput, enhancing cluster management and improving cluster scheduler cost-efficiency; and, will also include a detailed discussion on the benefits of core optimization, the differences between available cluster schedulers, how to manage scheduler migration and how to best leverage private and public cloud computing.

"Getting new products to market faster and more cost-effectively is extremely important to the design automation community," said Dale Geldart, Chief Operating Officer, eXludus Technologies. "In just a few hours, we provide the tools and expertise to enhance application performance via multi-core system optimization and enable clients to confidently plan a cluster scheduler migration to a more comprehensive and affordable computing environment," Mr. Geldart added.

This workshop will be held on July 27th from Noon to 2 PM at the W Hotel/San Francisco, 181 3rd Street, directly across from the Moscone Center. To register, please visit: http://lsf-to-sge-migration-workshop-.eventbrite.com/

About eXludus Technologies

eXludus is the leading developer of multi-core system resource management, virtualization and provisioning solutions for data center, cluster and grid deployments. eXludus' innovative 'coreware' - software products that virtualize and manage processing cores - optimizes system productivity allowing more work to be completed in less time at lower cost. eXludus solutions complement existing infrastructure so customers can instantly benefit from productivity gains without need for application modifications, lengthy deployment cycles or long learning curves. eXludus has sales offices and partnerships worldwide. For more information, please visit http://www.exludus.com.


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