Scalable Logic was founded by the same group of external (i.e. non-Sun) developers who started contributing code to Sun Grid Engine since 2001.
Over a Decade of Grid Engine Dedication
Since chosen by Oracle as the maintainer of the open-source Grid Engine codebase in 2010, we have been keeping the Grid Engine project alive and active in the post-Sun Microsystems world.
We were active when Grid Engine was maintained by Sun Microsystems, and you still can count on us in the post Sun Grid Engine world!
No Vendor Lock-In
We are the maintainer of the official open-source Grid Engine, the Open Grid Scheduler Project, . The major features and enhancements developed for our Grid Engine project and contributed to the open-source world include:
We Have A Good Track Record That You Can Count On
We started developing and maintaining Grid Engine since 2001. Our major contributions include:
Did you know? We brought you the option to use classic spooling in Grid Engine.
In 2004, we insisted that Grid Engine needs job data spooling over NFSv2 & NFSv3, and we worked with Sun Microsystems to make sure that Grid Engine could failover in every environment, not just those that have NFSv4 file servers.
Unparalleled Scalability: From 1,000 to 10,000 Nodes
We fixed the Grid Engine 1,000-node limit encountered by Hess Corp back in 2005. In 2012, we set up industries' first 10,000+ nodes HPC cluster in the Amazon EC2 Cloud.
The Road Ahead - With Open-Source Scalable Grid Engine
We work with many partners and are enhancing Grid Engine for the following environments:
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