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Opani: social supercomputing in the cloud

6 May 2011 – Opani is a cloud platform for analyzing large data sets. The idea is that you upload your data and then Opani helps you determine how many servers you need to process the data in the timeframe you specify. It then spins up the servers and automatically winds them down when the job is done. You can then download the results, or share them on the Opani Gallery. Opani runs on Rackspace’s infrastructure and supports tools such as R, Octave, Matlab and Python.  There are free plans for public projects. Rates for private projects vary.

For more and examples of data analyzed with Opani click here.

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