[Beowulf] How to make a BeagleBoard Elastic R Beowulf Cluster in a Briefcase

Charlie Peck charliep at cs.earlham.edu
Fri Sep 17 11:53:00 EDT 2010

> lsi wrote:
>> Cute, but my question is, what use is one of these homegrown platforms?

How about education, outreach and training?  There are at least a couple of projects [1] that use small, home-built clusters in e.g. for undergraduate CS education, faculty education/re-training for parallel programming and cluster computing, and the like.  Microsoft [2] and others have also used platforms like this to explore low-power, on-demand compute platforms.


[1] MicroWulf, LittleFe
[2] http://www.greenm3.com/2009/02/microsoft-research-builds-intel-atom-servers.html
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