See how Intel® Rack Scale Architecture works to manage storage servers and deploy storage pooling software, such as EMC ScaleIO, and CoprHD*.
Spec: Covers the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture Generic Asset Management Interface (GAMI) API specification, interface, model, and definitions.
Spec: Covers the API specification for the Generic Asset Management Interface (GAMI) for Intel® Rack Scale Architecture including the interface, error handling, data model, and definitions.
Follow the stages of scalability from modular pod manager to configurable network fabric using Intel® Rack Scale Architecture.
Follow the challenging stages of increasing utilization, simplifying interoperability, and decreasing capital costs with Intel® Rack Scale Architecture using hardware resource pools, open hardware APIs and software, and modular multi-node systems.Full View >
Guide: Provides info on components, guides, and more for developers getting started with the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture reference software.
Guide: Steps through the hardware components, user guides, configurations, and other information needed by developers getting started with the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture reference software.
An infographic about getting started with big data, technology in a big data platform, and next steps
An infographic about getting started with big data, including a review of the technologies in a big data platform and practical steps for adopting big data in your organization
See how the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family is helping University Health cut total cost of ownership (TCO) for its Epic and Caché* deployment.
See how by migrating from RISC to Dell platforms powered by the Intel® Xeon® processor E7 family, University Health expects to cut total cost of ownership (TCO) by 40 percent for its Epic and Caché* deployment, reducing costs, complexity, and risks.
By migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health lowers TCO and boosts performance and flexibility.
See how, by migrating its EHR database from RISC to an open standards-based architecture, University Health is slashing total cost of ownership (TCO) while boosting performance, flexibility, and coordinated care for patients.