Scalable Cube is an enterprise ready, supported distribution of Cubeman (ClUster Batch Environment MANagement), an open-source, workload scheduler that supports a wide variety of HPC and analytic applications. Whether deployed on-site, on virtual infrastructure, or in the cloud, customers can take advantage of top-quality support services from HPC Scalable, helping ensure the success of managing their HPC workloads.
HPC Scalable provides fully tested binaries optimized for ease of installation, commercial support, training, and consulting services for Scalable Cube.
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Scalable Cube offers advanced features including fairshare, preemption, job arrays, MPI integrations, job dependencies etc. It is production proven in environments with thousands of compute nodes, hundred thousands of cores and tens of millions of jobs.
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Scalable Cube 2.0 New Features
|Enterprise scheduling capabilities||• Fairshare|
• Flexible resource limits
|Manage workload in large mission critical environment|
|Robust, scalable, and high performance||• Fully automated failover|
• Scale to thousands of hosts
• Can schedule millions of short running jobs
|Suitable for traditional HPC workloads, high throughput workloads, and modern data analytics workloads|
|Built-in GPU scheduling||• Automatically detect available GPUs|
• Schedule jobs based on GPU resources
• Support GPU affinity
|Maximize GPU resource utilization and workload throughput|
|Docker support||• Running jobs inside Docker containers||Insulate job environment for security and performance|
|NUMA support||• Support job CPU affinity||Ensure job performance in NUMA environment|
|ssh X11 forward support||• Support ssh X11 forward across different Linux distributions with VNC||Enable remote desktop deployment for ease of management and data security|
|Enhanced Web GUI||• Web GUI supporting Scalable Cube and other workload management||Lower learning curve for users when using the compute cluster|
|Standard Support||Premium Support|
|Hours of coverage||Local business hours 9am - 5pm||Local business hours 9am - 5pm
with 24x7 for Severity 1 issues
|Communication method||Email and Phone|
|Number of cases||Email and Phone||Email and Phone|
|Severity 1||2/2 business hours||1/1 hour|
|Severity 2||4/4 business hours||2/4 business hours|
|Severity 3||1/1 business day||4 business hours/1 business day|
|Roadmap request priority||No||Yes|