San Diego, CA (PRWEB) February 20, 2014
StackIQ, a leading provider of cluster management solutions for Big Infrastructure, including Big Data, Cloud, enterprise Linux applications, and HPC, today released a new version of its comprehensive cluster management software. The new version is immediately available for download from the company’s website.
StackIQ Cluster Manager is based on the latest enterprise Linux — Red Hat Enterprise Linux and CentOS 6.5 — and features an enhanced graphical user interface (GUI) along with powerful tools that help administrators automate host configuration, application definition, and cluster topology. StackIQ Cluster Manager now also embeds and controls Salt for live change management tasks.
Additionally, enterprise customers now have access to updated Big Data Rolls (modules) that connect the StackIQ core with the Hadoop platforms of Cloudera, Hortonworks and MapR. StackIQ Cluster Manager can provision, deploy, and manage them all with ease, including tight integration with native Hadoop management tools. For HPC customers, every Roll has been updated, from the Intel Developer, to the Mellanox OFED and CUDA Rolls.
The latest release of StackIQ Cluster Manager offers many features enterprise customers desire, including:
“The latest release of StackIQ Cluster Manager combined with an update of its Big Data and HPC Rolls continue our tradition of solving Big Infrastructure challenges,” said Greg Bruno, Ph.D., VP of Engineering and co-founder of StackIQ. “Over the past few months we have been working closely with our customers on large-scale deployments, and many of the new features and improvements address the challenges that we have seen in the field.”
The latest version of StackIQ Cluster Manager is now available for download.
StackIQ, a leading provider of software that automates the deployment and management of Big Infrastructure. Based on open-source Rocks cluster-management software, StackIQ simplifies the installation and management of the hardware and software that provides the infrastructure for large-scale environments with tens, hundreds, or thousands of servers supporting Big Data, Cloud, enterprise Linux applications, and High-Performance Computing.
StackIQ products include software developed by the Rocks Cluster Group at the San Diego Supercomputer Center at the University of California, San Diego, and its contributors. Rocks® is a registered trademark of The Regents of the University of California.
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