This is another of my so-much-to-try-so-litle-time stuff : GNU Queue: clustering made easy.
Since computing performance are still increasing tremendously, clustering is still not a run of the mill stuff at the moment. Most of your work can still be done by a single PC in an acceptable amount of time, so there’s little incentive to make clustering more pervasive into our daily life.
But for those who needs it, GNU Queue seems to be a God-sent for its transparency and ease-of-use.
Now, if only there’s a consulting work coming, asking me to setup a Linux cluster, then I’ll be able to get myself to play with this thing, he he..