Events

  • HPC Cloud Meetup – Boston

    Come and spend a few hours to learn about how to avoid the pitfalls of migrating HPC workloads to the cloud. We will showcase new technology that is designed to replace and automate manual processes. The Meetup in Boston exhibits best practice approaches to hybrid and dedicated cloud clusters. Recent survey results of HPC cloud spend will be discussed. The Meetups bring together the brightest minds across a variety of industry verticals in a local forum to collaborate and socialize.

    This networking event is sponsored by Univa, the leading independent provider of software-defined computing infrastructure and workload orchestration solutions.

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  • HPC Cloud Meetup – New York

    Come and spend a few hours to learn about how to avoid the pitfalls of migrating HPC workloads to the cloud. We will showcase new technology that is designed to replace and automate manual processes. The Meetups exhibit best practice approaches to hybrid and dedicated cloud clusters. Recent survey results of HPC cloud spend will be discussed. The Meetups bring together the brightest minds across a variety of industry verticals in a local forum to collaborate and socialize.

    This networking event is sponsored by Univa, the leading independent provider of software-defined computing infrastructure and workload orchestration solutions.

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  • HPC Cloud Meetup – Washington, DC

    Come and spend a few hours to learn about how to avoid the pitfalls of migrating HPC workloads to the cloud. We will showcase new technology that is designed to replace and automate manual processes. The Meetups exhibit best practice approaches to hybrid and dedicated cloud clusters. Recent survey results of HPC cloud spend will be discussed. The Meetups bring together the brightest minds across a variety of industry verticals in a local forum to collaborate and socialize.

    This networking event is sponsored by Univa, the leading independent provider of software-defined computing infrastructure and workload orchestration solutions.

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  • HPC User Forum – Lugano

    The HPC User Forum community includes thousands of people from the steering committee, member organizations, sponsors and everyone who has attended a meeting. Our mission is to promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to users. Unlike most other HPC events, the HPC User Forum focuses primarily on important issues — characterizing them, openly discussing them, and acting where possible to address them. Participation in forum meetings is open to anyone with an interest in high performance computing or high performance data analysis (big data using HPC), including users, vendors, funders, and others. Since 1999, more than 50 meetings have been held in North America, Europe and Asia. Thousands of individuals representing hundreds of organizations have attended meetings as speakers or active audience members. We welcome your participation and your suggestions for issues the forum should address.

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  • HPC Cloud Meetup – Chicago

    Come and spend a few hours to learn about how to avoid the pitfalls of migrating HPC workloads to the cloud. We will showcase new technology that is designed to replace and automate manual processes. The Meetups exhibit best practice approaches to hybrid and dedicated cloud clusters. Recent survey results of HPC cloud spend will be discussed. The Meetups bring together the brightest minds across a variety of industry verticals in a local forum to collaborate and socialize.

    This networking event is sponsored by Univa, the leading independent provider of software-defined computing infrastructure and workload orchestration solutions.

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  • HPC User Forum – Edinburgh

    The HPC User Forum community includes thousands of people from the steering committee, member organizations, sponsors and everyone who has attended a meeting. Our mission is to promote the health of the global HPC industry and address issues of common concern to users. Unlike most other HPC events, the HPC User Forum focuses primarily on important issues — characterizing them, openly discussing them, and acting where possible to address them. Participation in forum meetings is open to anyone with an interest in high performance computing or high performance data analysis (big data using HPC), including users, vendors, funders, and others. Since 1999, more than 50 meetings have been held in North America, Europe and Asia. Thousands of individuals representing hundreds of organizations have attended meetings as speakers or active audience members. We welcome your participation and your suggestions for issues the forum should address. The HPC User Forum in Edinburgh is one of two international meetings.

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