Tag Archives: Hybrid Cloud

  • HPC Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) Calculator

    This calculator is provided as a working example of a TCO model. Feel free to use our example HPC TCO calculator to: quickly estimate your TCO; learn the basics of TCO models; explore whether you need a more complex model. The initial data in the calculator are not necessarily intended to be representative and were…

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  • UK National Health Service Deploys Open Source Hybrid Clouds With Red Hat

    The National Health Service (NHS) in the UK is set to benefit from open source hybrid cloud technologies being deployed by Red Hat (NYSE: RHT) on behalf of its executive bodies. Public Health England (PHE), an executive agency of the UK Department of Health and Social Care, is using Red Hat’s technologies to support modern computing architectures…

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  • Opening Supercomputing to all Agencies

    Department of Energy Secretary Rick Perry wrote last May that “the future is in supercomputers,” but until recently, only a handful of agencies have been able to tap into that kind of power. Traditionally, high-performance computing (HPC, or supercomputing) has required significant capital investment — as much as $400 million to $600 million for large-scale supercomputing infrastructures…

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  • Google wants Cloud Services to Borg Your Datacenter

    Timothy Prickett Morgan and Google’s Urs Hölzle discuss Google’s Cloud Services Platform hybrid stack, and Google’s intentions with it. It has been our position from the beginning, when Google first open sourced the Kubernetes container controller, that it wanted for this to be the controller that ruled the datacenter. Having created its own Borg and Omega…

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  • Univa 2019 Predictions: More HPC Cloud Migration and Machine Learning

    Here is a short selection of Gary Tyreman’s predictions. 1)  Hybrid and dedicated clouds will drive massive growth in machine learning (ML) projects Machine learning is poised for explosive growth over the next two years with an increasing number of projects moving into production by 2020, based on a recent survey of more than 344 technology and…

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