SIDUS (Single-Instance Distributing Universal System) was developed at
Centre Blaise Pascal (Ecole normale supérieure de Lyon,
Lyon, France), where one administrator alone is in charge of 180 stations.
Emmanuel Quemener started SIDUS in February 2010, and he significantly
cut his workload for administering this park of stations.
SIDUS is now in use at the supercomputing centre PSM more>>
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