LINQ to HPC (formally DryadLINQ) Ships Beta 2

Thursday, July 7, 2011 – 2:55 PM

tc_logoThe HPC team announced their Beta 2 of LINQ to HPC today. You can read more about this here…

Announcing LINQ to HPC Beta 2

We’re pleased to announce the availability of LINQ to HPC Beta 2.

LINQ to HPC enables a new class of data intensive applications for Windows HPC Server by providing a sophisticated distributed runtime and associated programming model for large scale, unstructured data analysis that is easy to use and program. For deeper insights, it integrates with SQL Server 2008, SQL Azure, and the rich portfolio of Business Intelligence offerings from Microsoft such as SQL Server Reporting Services, SQL Server Analysis Services, PowerPivot, and Excel. IT Professionals and developers now have a unified HPC platform that can run both compute and data intensive HPC applications.

The best place to look for updates on what’s going on with LINQ to HPC is the Windows HPC Team Blog (not here). I usually answer support questions in the associated Dryad, DSC and DryadLINQ Forum (not here).

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