Determination of the configuration computer systems high-performance handling large volumes of data
Keywords:high-performance computing, computer cluster, storage system, network queuing, mathematical model of computing complex
This paper provides a mathematical model of computing complex (a network of queuing). In what volume of processed data outgrows memory compute nodes, so all data are divided into equal blocks of fixed size that are distributed through volumes of data storage and process the task is divided into cycles so that one node computing cluster process one unit data for one cycle. Also describes the method for determining the optimal (by the criterion of productivity) complex configurations based on industry standard benchmarks computing clusters and storage systems.
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