Tag: Amazon Web Services

Amazon Web Services Spotlights HPC Options

Aug 11, 2015 |

Despite high initial interest, HPC in the cloud never achieved significant adoption levels, mainly being relegated to low-hanging “pleasingly parallel” fruit and testing or experimental use, however, there are signs of growth on the horizon, according to HPC analysts. “As public clouds acquire stronger HPC capabilities and perform better on a larger set of HPC workloads, they Read more…

Floating Genomics to the Cloud with AWS

Jun 5, 2013 |

David Pellerin and Jafar Shameen, both of HPC Business Development at Amazon Web Services, gave a presentation at AWS Summit 2013 to discuss which industries and companies are using the cloud service to run HPC applications. The talk mostly centered on applications in genomics and the life sciences, as highlighted by a third speaker in Alex Dickinson, SVP of Cloud Genomics at Illumina.

Is Amazon’s ‘Fast’ Interconnect Fast Enough for MPI?

Apr 10, 2013 |

Amazon’s EC2 Cluster Compute instance goes head-to-head with Myrinet 10GigE cluster.

Is Amazon’s ‘Fast’ Interconnect Fast Enough for MPI?

Apr 10, 2013 |

Amazon’s EC2 Cluster Compute instance goes head-to-head with Myrinet 10GigE cluster.

Setting Up CUDA in the Cloud

Mar 26, 2013 |

Tutorial describes how to implement CUDA and parallel programming in the AWS Cloud.

Setting Up CUDA in the Cloud

Mar 26, 2013 |

Tutorial describes how to implement CUDA and parallel programming in the AWS Cloud.

CIA to Pay 600 Million for First Private Amazon Cloud

Mar 25, 2013 |

Amazon Web Services was reportedly tapped to build the spy agency a cloud of its own.

CIA to Pay $600 Million for First Private Amazon Cloud

Mar 25, 2013 |

Amazon Web Services was reportedly tapped to build the spy agency a cloud of its own.

HPC in the Cloud Research Roundup

Mar 15, 2013 |

<img src=”http://media2.hpcwire.com/hpccloud/Network_optimization_225x.jpg” alt=”” width=”95″ height=”64″ />The top HPC cloud research story this week addresses the question: What if it were possible to cheaply and easily test the suitability of moving to a cloud platform – a virtual “try it before you buy it”? In other items, researchers explore the reliability of HPC cloud, take another pass at GPU virtualization, and evaluate I/O performance in Amazon’s EC2 cloud.

AWS Reduces EC2 Pricing for the 26th Time

Mar 6, 2013 |

It’s looking like a race to the bottom as far as cloud pricing is concerned.

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