Tag Archives: Microsoft Azure

  • HPC Eases its Way Into the Cloud

    The ongoing journey to bring more enterprise high-performance computing (HPC) workloads into the cloud has been a bumpy one with its share of roadblocks and setbacks. As anyone reading The Next Platform has seen over the years, the challenges have ranged from latency to software licensing, application portability to networking costs. That doesn’t mean it isn’t happening. Pratt & Whitney…

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  • Public Cloud Services Grow HPC Market, but Work Remains

    Public cloud providers are always searching for ways to extend their reach, and one of the ways they’ve advanced those efforts is with high-performance computing. AWS, Microsoft and Google are having success with high-performance computing (HPC) services because of the convenience they offer for enterprises. That’s because HPC requires sizable investments in data center equipment,…

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  • CloudSkills.fm Ep 032: High Performance Computing in the Cloud

    In this episode I had a chance to chat with Rob Lalonde VP & GM of Cloud at Univa Corporation. We discuss high performance computing (HPC) and why cloud providers now offer HPC nodes with state-of-the-art CPUs, GPUs, and high-performance storage and networking. -Mike Pfeiffer, 2019 Listen to the full podcast on CloudSkills.fm.

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  • AWS vs Azure vs Google: What’s the Best Cloud Platform for Enterprise?

    The adoption of cloud computing has quickly become a key driving force for businesses today, as applications are moved out of on-premise data centres in a bid to cut costs and increase agility. Infrastructure-as-a-service (IaaS) is a model where a third-party provider hosts and maintains core infrastructure, including hardware, software, servers and storage on behalf…

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