[Bioclusters] Anyone interested in distributing on Windows?

Rayson Ho raysonlogin at yahoo.com
Thu Apr 21 20:01:02 EDT 2005

There are also other solutions:

- BOINC (free, opensource, supports Unix & Windows):

- Condor (free, non-opensource, supports Unix & Windows):

- Gridengine (free, opensource, supports Unix. Windows version


--- Daniel Ciruli <dan at digipede.net> wrote:
> Would anyone on this list have any interest in working with software
> that
> can manage distributed computing on Windows machines?
> I've been on the mailing list for over a year, and I realize that
> nearly all
> of the work that is going on here is Linux based (and most of it that
> isn't
> Linux is OS X).  But we have a solution that is very easy to install
> and use
> and there may be people out there who could take advantage of Windows
> servers, desktops or cluster nodes in their lab or organization.
> The system can run on any Microsoft OS since 2000, and can distribute
> any
> executables or scripts that run on that platform (we've done much of
> our
> internal testing using NCBI BLAST).  We are working with beta users
> now, and
> plan a commercial release in June.  Please contact me directly if
> you're
> interested in working with our beta.
> Daniel Ciruli
> Product Manager
> Digipede Technologies
> dan at digipede.net
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