http://arstechnica.com/information-tech … its-cloud/
"Using a just-released virtual machine optimized for high-performance computing on Amazon's infrastructure-as-a-service cloud, the company strung together 26,496 cores with 106TB of memory and a 10 Gigabit Ethernet interconnect. The cluster could hit a theoretical peak of 593.9 teraflop/s, and in testing it hit an actual maximum of 484.2 teraflop/s. Amazon used its "c3.8xlarge" instances, which have 16 cores and are based on 2.8 GHz Intel Xeon E5-2680 v2 processors, according to Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud Product Manager Deepak Singh."
Can you belive this? I mean, 500teraflop/s. YouHosting will need only 1 of these supercomputers in IaaS and done. Byebye CPU restriction.
radwwwww, supercomputers are not unlimited. Such a supercomputer would be very expensive and not be worth the money for YouHosting. Considering other limitations such as bandwidth (YouHosting's network capacity is between 1 Gbit and 10 Gbit PER SERVER) and storage space, the current server cluster model is the most efficient method to get website capacity from your money.
So why do they call it a CPU limit when it's not just CPU that's the problem? For a time, I used the term "resource limit" instead. That way, about two thirds of the tickets I got about the limit were like "why do I get this error, I thought you offered unlimited bandwidth", compared to only 10% when using the term "CPU limit" (yes, 10% of my clients think that CPU equals bandwidth).
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