[R] seeking hardware/software consultant to build system with 64-bit OS, R, SQL DBMS

From: Tom C <letitsnow2008_at_yahoo.com>
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2008 17:03:53 -0700 (PDT)

I am seeking to hire a hardware/software consultant to help me build a stem with a 64 bit OS, R, and a SQL-compatible DBMS. Please contact me if you know of anyone qualified.

I am in need of a robust system that will run R, and a SQL compatible database. I will be working with large datasets, and wish to take advantage of as much RAM as possible, and therefore think I should use a 64 bit OS.

Finally, I will ideally build a redundant/second system that is basically a "copy" of the original system, so that if one system is destroyed , the second system can act as a backup and and be used with little or no downtime. We can discuss how often the original system (and all files on its drives) will be replicated to the backup system (daily? weekly? real-time?).

My initial thoughts are to run this system on Linux or possibly a Mac OS.

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