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Testimonials

 These are genuine some testimonials that have been sent in by users.

“I am very excited about the XtreemOS set of tools and how they integrate fundamental capabilities for distributed computing at the system level. Capabilities such as virtual organizations and distributed file system support are applicable across many different types of distributed computing infrastructures, e.g., grids, clouds, and what will come next.  This is an important step towards maturity for any computing technology.”

Dr. Craig Lee, OGF President

 

"With the advent of cloud computing users will increasingly turn to remote resources for their computing needs. This means that technologies designed to operate in a distributed environment - like XtreemOS - are bound to gain in popularity and importance."

 Dr Kate Keahey, scientist at Argonne National Laboratory and Computation Institute fellow at the University of Chicago - Nimbus project leader.

 

 "XtreemOS is a very promising technology: it allows the creation and management of highly scalable systems of both physical and virtual machines seamlessly providing Grid services and functionalities for the deployment of large distributed network infrastructures. XtreemOS represents a new and interesting approach to Grid: it's open source, has native support for VOs and can run on a wide range of underlying platforms."

Domenico Dato, Research and Development Manager, Tiscali SpA

 

“It is not a trivial exercise to understand the biology that is contained in resul s from modern genomics studies that are often massively parallel and thus yield large amounts of data. Useful data analyzes can only occur if we combine those large amounts of experimental data with what we already know. That calls for extensive data treatment of experimental data and restructuring of existing knowledge from data bases and obtained through text mining. Those exercises oftentimes reach the limits of what can be done on single systems. The solution that is often advocated is to run the same tasks on parallel systems: clusters and grids. But that turned out not to be trivial in practice. Preparation of data processing procedures to run on parallel systems takes so much human time that it is simply not worth it. XtreemOS promises to automate that preparation as well, to run in parallel without the user needing to know how. That is exactly what is needed in modern systems biology approaches.”

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