UCLA has added itself to list of institutions moving “outside the box” of brick and mortar solutions. The university recently selected HP’s POD containerized datacenter to meet the needs of an expanding research base for its shared HPC cluster program.
The National Science Foundation recognized the work of researchers shaping the future of high performance computing.
What if researchers could access and share scientific simulation and modeling tools as easily as YouTube videos with the power of the cloud to drive it all? That’s the underlying premise for the HUBzero Platform for Scientific Collaboration, a cyberinfrastructure developed at Purdue University.
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While initial intent for the visit was to learn more about the HUBzero project, it naturally led to a series of questions that were related to the grid to cloud transition and how this is happening at similarly-sized universities who are not recognized as supercomputing superheroes.