[Beowulf] Pretty High Performance Computing
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Wed Sep 24 08:05:51 PDT 2008
2008/9/24 Ellis Wilson <xclski at yahoo.com>
> This assumes my understanding of middleware is correct in that it is a
> package or entire system that simplifies things by being somewhat
> blackboxed and ready to go. Anything canned like tuna is bound to
> contain too much salt.
> I believe that that Mike Rudgyard, the chief exec of Streamline Computing,
coined the term 'underware' for this.
This wa s presentation at one of the Daresbury Lab's Machine Evaluation
Workshops, which I can't find via Google at the moment.
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