Corpus ID: 17043517

The Cluster Integration Toolkit (CIT) : an extensible, portable, scalable cluster management software implementation.

@inproceedings{Klundt2003TheCI,
  title={The Cluster Integration Toolkit (CIT) : an extensible, portable, scalable cluster management software implementation.},
  author={Ruth Klundt and Jon Stearley and Nathan W. Dauchy and Marcus Epperson and James Stanley Vasak and H. L. Ward and J. Laros and G. A. Laguna},
  year={2003}
}
This paper describes the implementation of a software architecture that was described in “An Extensible, Portable, Scalable Cluster Management Software Architecture”[4]. This implementation, named Cluster Integration Toolkit (CIToolkit, or just CIT), has been used to successfully integrate and support numerous cluster systems in production at Sandia National Labs and other sites, the largest of which is 1861 nodes. This paper discusses the goals of the CIToolkit and how our implementation… Expand
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