Its 20,000-node cluster uses outdated MariaDB - for very good reasons
Established 80 years ago this year, Los Alamos National Labs remains most famous for its central role in developing the first atomic bomb. But that belies the breadth of scientific research it has undertaken since, encompassing physics, chemistry and biology, and addressing the threat of COVID-19.
Despite the breadth of subjects the US Department of Energy institution researches, its thousands of scientists have one need in common: data. One of the people ensuring they get it is Steven Senator, deputy group leader of the lab's high-performance computing division.
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