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Real-world Cloud HPC at Scale, for Production Workloads (BDT212) | AWS re:Invent 2013

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"Running high-performance scientific and engineering applications is challenging no matter where you do it. Join IT executives from Hitachi Global Storage Technology, The Aerospace Corporation, ...

"Running high-performance scientific and engineering applications is challenging no matter where you do it. Join IT executives from Hitachi Global Storage Technology, The Aerospace Corporation, Novartis, and Cycle Computing and learn how they have used the AWS cloud to deploy mission-critical HPC workloads.
Cycle Computing leads the session on how organizations of any scale can run HPC workloads on AWS. Hitachi Global Storage Technology discusses experiences using the cloud to create next-generation hard drives. The Aerospace Corporation provides perspectives on running MPI and other simulations, and offer insights into considerations like security while running rocket science on the cloud. Novartis Institutes for Biomedical Research talks about a scientific computing environment to do performance benchmark workloads and large HPC clusters, including a 30,000-core environment for research in the fight against cancer, using the Cancer Genome Atlas (TCGA)."

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