Open Access Book: Heterogeneity, High Performance Computing, Self-Organization and the Cloud

The CloudLightning project is delighted to announce the publication of an Open Access book on heterogeneity, high performance computing, self-organization and the cloud. The book addresses the most recent developments in cloud computing such as HPC in the Cloud, heterogeneous cloud, self-organisation and self-management, and discusses the business implications of …

REPORT: Future of HPC in the Cloud

This document is a report delivered under Work Package 8. The objectives of this document are: to determine the key determinants of cloud computing adoption decisions for HPC; to determine the present and future critical issues and problems facing HPC and the adoption of HPC in the Cloud from a …

5 HPC Events Not to be Missed in 2017

1. ICDCS 2017 – The 37th International Conference on Distributed Computing Systems Atlanta, Georgia, USA June 5 – 8, 2017 The conference provides a forum for engineers and scientists in academia, industry and government to present their latest research findings in major and emerging areas of distributed computing. Topics of particular …

Drivers and Barriers to Using High Performance Computing in the Cloud

Cloud computing is transforming the utilisation and efficiency of IT infrastructures across all sectors. Enterprises regardless of size can access highly scalable hardware and software resources for the overwhelming majority of IT use cases. In the most part, enterprises and consumers can leverage near real-time on-demand deployment and processing to …

The best HPC news blogs to follow

In the recent years HPC has consistently grown in importance due to the continued advancements in the sector. These continued breakthroughs in capabilities of the software need somewhere to be expressed. Therefore, here are the best independent HPC news blogs to keep you right up to date with everything happening …

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Many New Colours of HPC Clouds

This is a guest blog post by Peter Coffee. Peter is VP for Strategic Research at Salesforce. He has been with the company for nine years, following nineteen years as a columnist and editor with the industry publications PC Tech Journal, PC Week and eWEEK. He works with IT managers …