AWS and S-Cube Cloud present XWI at ISC19
AWS and S-Cube Cloud showcase cloud-native XWI next week at ISC19 in Frankfurt as reported here. Industry-leading entirely data driven earth model building with more automation and more accuracy.
Today, more cloud-based HPC applications run on AWS than on any other cloud. AWS provides an integrated suite of services that provides everything needed to quickly and easily build and manage HPC clusters in the cloud to run the most compute intensive workloads across various industry verticals. With virtually unlimited HPC infrastructure and flexible configuration options, waiting in queue for your jobs to be executed, or tweaking your applications to the constraints of existing on-premises clusters, are a thing of the past.
Visit the AWS and partner demos in the booth at ISC to learn more about the latest additions to the HPC portfolio, including Elastic Fabric Adapter – a new inter-connect to scale tightly-coupled HPC applications, Amazon FSx for Lustre – a new high performance shared file system, and AWS ParallelCluster – an easy way to set up an HPC cluster on AWS.
AWS featured High Performance Computing partner demos at ISC:
1. Scaling tightly-coupled HPC workloads on AWS
2. Hybrid HPC (AWS & DXC Technology)
3. Manageability and cost efficiency in hybrid cloud HPC deployments (AWS & Univa)
4. CFD on AWS (AWS & CFDDirect)
5. Genomics on AWS with Nextflow and AWS Batch (AWS & Seqera Labs)
6. Molecular Dynamics on AWS (AWS & ANEO)
7. Next-generation Seismic Imaging on AWS (AWS & S-Cube)