IAA Computing Service

A cluster is defined as a collection of interconnected stand-alone workstations or PCs cooperatively working together as a single, integrated computing resource. Cluster Computing has become the paradigm of choice for executing large-scale science, engineering, and commercial applications. This is due to their low cost, high performance, availability of off-the-shelf hardware components and freely accessible software tools that that can be used for developing cluster applications. Cluster Computing increases the scope of desktop CPU and improves the memory of systems by a thousand times and facilitates many users work on an intensive problem. 
In the IAA, the Computing Service has been launched by the Computer Center. In this seminar, we´ll give useful information about how this service works, how the user can access to this service, and how to use the resources efficiently.
29/05/2014 - 14:30
Rafael Parra