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August 6, 2008 11:39 am





Recently, the Ganglia project, an open source, scalable, distributed monitoring system for high-performance computing systems, announced that it has released version 3.1. Deployed on thousands of computing clusters worldwide, organizations like University of California, Flickr and Stanford Linear Accelerator are using Ganglia to improve performance and get greater configuration options.

Ganglia also happens to be another open source project that has a connection to Novell, as one of Novell’s senior software engineers, Brad Nicholes, is also a developer on the project.

For more information on Ganglia or to downloaded the latest release, go here. Documentation and details on the project can also be found here and here. Finally, to more get information about other open source initiatives and projects that Novell is involved with go here.

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