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Windows HPC Server 2008 Monitoring and Management with Rae Wang 

Posted By:  TBD
Publish Date: 9/1/2008

Monitoring and managing a large scale cluster often requires advanced tooling.  System Administrators demand tools that help them to manage heterogeneous compute nodes, check cluster status at a glance, identify deviance, correlate node and job information, track changes, and the ability to integrate with existing IT infrastructure.  Windows HPC Server 2008 admin console addresses all of the above problems with an integrated solution.

The admin Console includes the following five main areas, charts and reports, configuration, node management, job management, and diagnostics.  In addition, the console has a “pivoting” feature that allows the system administrator to navigate to different views by keeping the same context.  Our Program manager Rae Wang, will go through each of the five areas with demonstrations and simple scenarios.