Programming Languages & Systems Charm/Charm++, CODE, Erlang, HPF, uC++ ...
High Performance Cluster Computing Resources
Beowulf Underground -- central source of information on Beowulf Computing.
PAPERS -- custom hardware that allows a cluster of unmodified PCs and/or workstations to function as a fine-grain parallel computer capable of MIMD, SIMD, and VLIW execution.
Avalon -- T-CNLS DEC/Alpha Cluster running Linux.
The Kluster Project -- to design and manufacture clusters of workstations for a broad range of applications.
xtreme MACHINES -- Commodity Supercomputing
SCL Cluster Cookbook
The Cluster Cookbook Home Page from The Portland Group, Inc. (PGI)
Linux Parallel Processing HOWTO: This document provides an overview of how to use multiple processors to speed-up execution of an individual program. Use of SMP Linux systems, clusters of networked Linux systems, and attached (parallel) processors hosted by Linux, are all discussed.
Parallel Processing using Linux:
NIH LoBoS Supercomputer Home Page --- an implementation of a Beowulf class computer, using Linux and 10,100 Gigabit Ethernet Drivers.
The SHRIMP (Scalable, High-Performance, Really Inexpensive Multi-Processor) Project. The computing nodes of SHRIMP are Pentium PCs (Linux), and the routing network is the same one used in the Intel Paragon.
The HERMES Linux Production Cluster
Internet Parallel Computing Archive
Parallel I/O Archive. This archive contains information about parallel I/O research. Most of the coverage relates to parallel file I/O.
Parallel Tools Projects Around the World: This page points to descriptions of parallel tool projects around the world.
Supercomputing and Parallel Computing Research Groups
High Performance Computing Archive
A Comprehensive Bibliography of Distributed Shared Memory
ParaScope: A Listing of Parallel Computing Sites