Chasing a Goal of Complete User Satisfaction: A Case Study

By Lionel Gibbons | December 04, 2015

Complete user satisfaction is a goal that is easy to state but hard to achieve. Our newest case study tells how Florida Atlantic University (FAU) did just that while providing students access to a diverse set of high-performance computing (HPC) resources to perform world-leading research, and to support faculty in providing world-class education. The 56-node cluster, affectionately nicknamed Ko’Ko, is used for teaching the use of big data analytics , such as Hadoop, to conduct bioinformatics research and other modeling and visualization work.

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