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Synonyms for clustering

a grouping of a number of similar things

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This legacy storage clustering technology requires a master controller or "head" to coordinate tasks among the nodes in the cluster.
PolyServe is the leading developer of shared data clustering software for Linux- and Microsoft Windows-based data centers.
In general, clustering procedures find similarities among data set items that form the basis for sorting them into a series of groups.
Ari Zilka, CTO of Terracotta said, "Our customers, partners and developers repeatedly requested that Terracotta open source its clustering products.
Virtualization without clustering may be accurately described as a redundant technique rather than a clustering technique.
Distributed storage cluster (DSC) architecture exploits the proven benefits of clustering within an agile storage infrastructure, enabling enterprises to respond quickly and transparently to business changes.
To support the scalability, performance and availability demanded by bet-the-business, multi-node, enterprise Java applications, developers and operators are looking for solutions seamlessly combining high performance clustering, grid architectures and caching services while requesting minimal intrusion and re-architecting of the application code.
There are many technical and commercial applications that are benefiting from the "scale out" Linux clustering wave.
SilverStorm Technologies, the leader in high performance interconnect solutions for clustered computing and a Certified Partner in the Oracle(R) PartnerNetwork, announced today that it is working in tandem with Oracle on trials with select customers of Reliable Datagram Sockets (RDS) InfiniBand interconnect solution for Oracle Real Application Clusters, Oracle's database clustering solution used by over 7,000 customers to provide high availability and scalability in the database tier.
N-Way clustering: With N-Way storage clustering, multiple storage processors (controller nodes) can be deployed across fiber networks, and controllers can be added as needed to provide greater resiliency and performance.
It is imperative that we can ensure the highest levels of availability within WatchTower and we are impressed with the database clustering features that Continuent p/cluster offers.
One common solution for achieving this balance in supporting large scale, high-volume enterprise systems is to implement various clustering configurations that manage applications, hardware and databases effectively.
As a pioneer in clustering applications, Myricom has worked with Microsoft on HPC deployments for nearly a decade, maintaining extensive support for clusters running Windows operating systems.
Clustering is the use of multiple computers and redundant interconnections to form what appears to be a single, highly available system.
Launched at the SC/05 Supercomputing Conference, the HP Scalable Visualization Array (SVA) uses industry-standard components and leverages advances in clustering, graphics and networking technology to allow scientists and engineers to visualize and analyze complex sets of data.