Wedge

  • Facebook’s Favorite Hacks of 2016

    … implemented dependencies, access to native application-programming interfaces and unrestricted access to the internet. During the hackathon, the engineers found workarounds to these obstacles and contributed a set of scripts that repackages Atom’s source so that it runs as a web app. This hack is still ongoing–you can follow progress, try it out…

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  • Facebook’s Next Data Center: Fort Worth, Texas

    … and sustainable data centers in the world. It will feature the latest in our Open Compute Project hardware designs—including Yosemite, Wedge and 6-pack—and it will be cooled using outdoor air instead of energy-intensive air conditioners. (Yes, we can make that work even in the middle of the kinds of summers we have here in Texas.) Readers: What do you think of Facebook’s selection of Fort Worth? Fort Worth Stock Yards image courtesy of Shutterstock. …

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  • Wedge, FBOSS Aimed At ‘Disaggregation’ Of Facebook’s Data Centers

    … information-technology personnel to better manage switches, servers, and storage. And FBOSS is a Linux-based operating system that allows for optimal management of Wedge and easy deployment of software solutions to boost the performance of the network. It also provides information to Facebook on performance metrics including cooling fan behavior…

    David Cohen/ AllFacebook- 7 readers -
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