Nimbix Expands JARVICE and Releases it as Independent Software Product

June 5, 2018

HPC cloud pioneer Nimbix today announced the expansion and upgrade of its proprietary software platform – JARVICE 3.0 – for use by Nimbix users as well as t Read more…

Utility HPC: What Every Enterprise Can Learn from Utility Supercomputing

June 3, 2013

Whether your organization’s compute demands warrant 50 cores of HPC, or 50,000 cores, the management challenges are actually quite similar. It turns out that the same management software used to prepare a cluster of 10,000+ cores can actually create small clusters that much more reliably. So what lessons can any Enterprise IT organization learn from the experiences of their larger compute-consuming colleagues? Read more…

HP Exec Sees Future of HPC for the Masses

May 4, 2011

An HPC exec from HP considers the impact on massive cloud startup investments on future HPC Cloud ecosystem. Read more…

On Realistic Expectations for HPC Clouds

January 31, 2011

The idea that HPC in the cloud should be simple and fulfill the true promise of instant, on-demand resources without effort is faulty, according to Joe Landman, who argues that customer expectations are not meeting with HPC cloud realities. Read more…

The HPC Cloud-Centric Guide to SC10

November 12, 2010

Stormy weather projections aren't the only reason why it's cloudy in New Orleans this year. On the official program for SC10 there are a number of sessions, presentations, tutorials and poster receptions all geared toward exploring specific topics in the HPC cloud arena. We've put together a meaty list for those who wish to hear some leading luminaries in HPC and cloud debate and explain current challenges and successes--and we hope to see you for at least a few. Read more…

Introduction to the First Annual HPC in the Cloud Editors’ Choice Awards

November 10, 2010

This year HPC in the Cloud announced the winners for its first annual Editors' Choice award, which pulled together our top eight picks for the year, forming not only a "who to watch" list but also recognizing a handful of vendors for their commitment to improving the cloud for scientific and large-scale enterprise users. Read more…

2010 Cloud Platform Innovators: Amazon Web Services

November 10, 2010

While it's oftentimes worthwhile to present awards to those who are providing a remarkable or innovative service yet still fly under the radar, when it comes to cloud platform leaders, sometimes going with the "obvious" choice is the only option--and for good reason. Read more…

2010 Cloud Security Innovators: Tie—IBM and Novell

November 10, 2010

Cloud security innovation goes far beyond providing a particular product that works well or has been widely adopted. IBM and Novell have been selected as innovators due to the research efforts they've led to create more secure cloud enviornments. Read more…

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