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Fire Dynamics Simulation CFD workflow using AWS ParallelCluster, Elastic Fabric Adapter, Amazon FSx for Lustre and NICE DCV

This post was written by By Kevin Tuil, AWS HPC consultant  Modeling fires is key for many industries, from the design of new buildings, defining evacuation procedures for trains, planes and ships, and even the spread of wildfires. Modeling these fires is complex. It involves both the need to model the three-dimensional unsteady turbulent flow […]

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How to run 3D interactive applications with NICE DCV in AWS Batch

This post is contributed by Alberto Falzone, Consultant, HPC and Roberto Meda, Senior Consultant, HPC. High Performance Computing (HPC) workflows across industry verticals such as Design and Engineering, Oil and Gas, and Life Sciences often require GPU-based 3D/OpenGL rendering. Setting up drivers and applications for these types of workflows can require significant effort. Similar GPU […]

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Running ANSYS Fluent on Amazon EC2 C5n with Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA)

Written by: Nicola Venuti, HPC Specialist Solutions Architect  In July 2019 I published: “Best Practices for Running Ansys Fluent Using AWS ParallelCluster.” The first post demonstrated how to launch ANSYS Fluent on AWS using AWS ParallelCluster. In this blog, I discuss a new AWS service: the Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA).   I also walk you through an example that […]

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