High performance computing in the cloud
- September 30, 2015
Through the Massachusetts Open Cloud initiative, Boston University professor Orran Krieger is adamant on reshaping the public cloud market and spurring big data innovation.
- January 28, 2015
Google customers looking to do more around high-performance workloads got a boost with the expansion of the cloud vendor's big data ecosystem.
- June 11, 2013
IBM touts a grand vision for unifying DevOps with automated IaaS, but the concept is still in early beta and the market is nowhere near ready for it.
- April 11, 2013
An enterprise cloud computing strategy should be based on what cloud service providers can realistically provide, and on what they cannot.
- December 14, 2012
Many companies now use the public cloud for big data analytics, but should they? MIT researchers discuss the ethics of big data in the cloud.
- November 19, 2012
Cloud computing will saddle up big data's elusive 'pink unicorns' for enterprises and SMBs alike, predicted Medio executives.
- April 05, 2012
OpenStack delivered Essex, the fifth version of its cloud OS, with a raft of features for enterprises. Are they enough to lure large IT shops?
- February 11, 2010
SGI is testing the cloud waters with an HPC on-demand service aimed at scientists and researchers for $0.95 per hour per CPU.
- November 09, 2009
The United States government is investing heavily in cloud computing and virtualization, testing the limits of these new architectures for scientific research.
- November 06, 2009
ScaleMP has made a business of turning standard servers into supercomputers. Will increased elasticity and on-demand functionality make high-performance computing cloud-capable?
- August 13, 2009
CardioSolv found that building a high performance cluster in-house was too expensive and Amazon EC2 not up to snuff for its availability needs, so it opted for a specialist service from HPC hardware provider, Penguin.
- May 22, 2009
As utility computing continues to increase in popularity, one group of heavy users may be leaning away from public clouds as too slow to cut the mustard.
- May 29, 2008
HP has introduced a new blade server with more CPU and RAM than its other blade server models for more intensive workloads and the cloud computing space.