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  1. Gorilla

    Gorilla Well-Known Member MEMBER

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    Project Homepage: http://gephi.org/

    Project Videos: http://vimeo.com/gephi/videos

    This seems like an interesting project for anyone who might be interested in visualizing data.
     
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    This is awesome !!

    Thanks for sharing this. I can definitely use this. I'll see if I can swing through with some contributions of mine.

    I take it this can easily be integrated into any RDBMS?
     
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    If you are into network design and engineering:

    http://www.gns3.net/

    You can simulate networks and networks designs. It emulates Cisco IOS.

    I stumbled across this while seeking a virtual switch application for Windows.
     
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    I haven't used it yet, but it seems you can import from databases. How easy it is will likely depend on how well designed the databases are (particularly the tables). It seems you can just import columns as an edge list. I guess that could be handy if you're in a position where you have to re-work things.
     
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    Good deal.
    I definitely would like to use something like this at work.
    If at the very least, have a pictorial diagram of the links and edges of a given system.

    I'm certain I could cook up other usages for this program.

    Do you do anything with either SANs, networking, virtualization, or cloud computing?
     
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    I've done some scalability stuff that's somewhat of an intersection of all 4. Nothing I'd consider major though.
     
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    Clustering?
    Is your profession in computers?
     
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    Nothing involving HPC clustering, and yep.
     
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    oh my gosh ... listen'n to yall makes my head hurt ... :)

    Whew! I'm tired already.

    Love You and Thanks for Sharing!

    :heart:

    Destee
     
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    Anyone is welcome to the things I come across and try to post here.

    I do have one question that may not be appropriate but how huge is destee's infrastructure now?

    Is it all on like VPSes or are you taking up most of the rack?

    If it's possible to share, what are the traffic / analytics like for a typical day,week, and month?