Top 5 HPC in the cloud providers

HPC in the cloud is still very much a new concept, so much so that we are currently conducting research in the area. The main motivation for CloudLightning is to develop a new way to provision heterogeneous cloud resources. According to Intersect360, 35% of HPC activities are done in the …

External Advisory Board Formation

We are pleased to announce the formation of an External Advisory Board. Comprised of leading scholars and industry experts, it will provide guidance on scientific and strategic matters as the project continues to develop. The board, consisted of top-tier experts in high performance computing and CloudLightning application domains, includes: Jesus …

Irish Times Article: Research at UCC into cloud energy efficiency

Below is the Irish Times technology supplement coverage of the CloudLightning Project, titled, “Research at UCC into cloud energy efficiency”. The article focuses largely on the benefits of CloudLightning’s proposed power-efficient cloud infrastructure. It also mentions the computing constraints of homogeneous cloud models and the benefits of heterogeneity in cloud …

CloudLightning #NetFutures15 Service/Solution Card

CloudLightning was represented at #NetFutures15 by Prof Dana Petcu (IeAT and WP5 lead) who presented at the “Five Minute Madness” event arranged by our friends at CloudWatchHub. In preparation for this CloudLightning provided a service / solution card to illustrate how the project meets the needs of European Cloud Service …

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CloudLightning Project Announcement

UCC To Define A New Standard In Cloud Computing Cork, Ireland: Researchers from University College Cork are leading a 4m EU-funded research project to address energy efficiency and high performance in cloud computing. The project, CloudLightning, intends to develop an intelligent, power-efficient cloud computing infrastructure that will provide energy savings …

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CloudLightning Project Kicks Off

The CloudLightning Project officially kicked off when the project partners met for two days in University College Cork, Ireland.