Do you have heavy computation tasks?
Or do you have a bunch of workstations that work separately?
Or do you think that a computer cluster is too expensive?
You need us.
A cluster is composed of a bunch of workstation nodes and a manager server. What it can do includes:
Computer clusters used to be expensive, which makes that only large organizations can afford them. But the world of computer is fast developing. Now with only thousands of dollars, you can have a decent modern cluster. Or, if you don't have a budget of thousands of dollars for a cluster, but you already have several acceptable workstations that work separately, you can still make them into a cluster.
Cogenda provides a series of solutions for computer clusters fitting different computation requirements. Generally, the features include:
If you do have them, we can help you to put them into a cluster, without harming their original operating systems and software. Thus you can put any of them out of the cluster and back into their original states.
To do this, all we need are:
Because in the cluster all workstation nodes are booted from the network and work disk-lessly, their original hard disks won't be touched (if no one intends to do that), thus all of their original operating systems and software won't be harmed. So if you need some of the workstations to be out of the cluster and do their original jobs, all you need to do is to reboot them from their own hard disks.
Well, you need to buy some from hardware dealers. Cogenda doesn't sell computer hardware directly, but can give you suggestions according to your computation requirements.