February 16, 2012
Company adds new Hadoop management features, and workload management support
SAN DIEGO, Feb. 16 — StackIQ today announced the immediate availability of Rocks+ 6.0.1, an update to the comprehensive software suite for automating the deployment and management of Big Infrastructure. This release expands on 6.0 adding new Hadoop management features, and new High Performance Computing features.
The updated version of Rocks+ makes managing Big Data clusters easier thanks to all-new Hadoop graphical management features. The release also expands the choice of High Performance Computing workload managers with updated Rolls for CUDA, OFED, Solarflare, Moab, and Univa Grid Engine. And the new "a la carte" packaging of Rolls makes it easier to tailor a Rocks+ solution to meet users requirements.
"Rocks+ 6.0.1 adds the new features our customers have been looking for, and keeps rocks at the forefront of new technologies," said Tim McIntire, president of StackIQ. "It's important to us that our customers always have the tools they need to be productive."
StackIQ (formerly "Clustercorp") is a leading provider of software that automates the deployment and management of Big Infrastructure. Based on open-source Rocks cluster management software, StackIQ's Rocks+ product simplifies the installation and management of the hardware and software that provides the infrastructure for large scale environments having hundreds or thousands of servers supporting Big Data, Analytics, or High Performance Computing. StackIQ is located in La Jolla, California, adjacent to the University of California, San Diego, where the open-source Rocks Group was founded. To learn more visit http://www.StackIQ.com.
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