Compute-Intensive Workloads

April 8, 2019

Kmesh vs. NetApp Cloud Volumes: The Difference is Staggering

There’s good reason why NetApp is trying to fight outside its weight class and stake claim to an area where it has little relevance—the cloud. The […]
February 20, 2019

Lustre versus Ceph: It Comes Down to Performance and Focus

Lustre has dominated the world of High Performance Computing (HPC) for over a decade, and we explained why in our recent post about choosing an HPC […]
February 6, 2019

Kmesh is a Platinum Sponsor for the 2019 Lustre User Group Conference (LUG)

LUG is the primary venue for discussion and seminars on the Lustre parallel file system. As the technology leader in HPC data mobility in the cloud, […]
December 26, 2018

TL;DR: Choosing an HPC Filesystem for the Cloud? Choose Lustre, the On-prem Leader

Cloud providers looking to enable the growing number of use cases for cloud-based HPC recognize the importance of standardizing on the right HPC filesystem. So, while a number of vendors claim to provide a filesystem ideal for HPC in the cloud, a deeper look at market realities and technology reveals where they fall short.
December 5, 2018

Kmesh Lustre-powered filesystem for Multicloud and Edge with Data Sync

If you consider the heavy use of Lustre in the world of HPC, it is clearly the best choice for extension into a cloud-based HPC service. Lustre is the main file system for 3 of the 5 Top supercomputers in the world, and over half of all supercomputers use Lustre. To appreciate just how powerful and fast Lustre is, consider that Oak Ridge National Laboratory’s supercomputer runs Lustre and has more than 25,000 clients, over 10PB of storage, and aggregate IO throughput of 250 GB/sec.
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