Today we discuss the performance results we saw from the new hpc7a instance, running HPC workloads like CFD, molecular dynamics, and weather prediction codes.
Hpc7g is the first Amazon EC2 HPC instance offering with multiple instance sizes, but this is quite different from the experience of getting smaller instances from other non-HPC instance families. Today, we want to take a moment to explore why this is different, and how it helps.
In this post we’ll show you application performance and scaling results from Hpc7g, a new instance powered by AWS Graviton3E across a wide range of HPC workloads and disciplines.
In this post we show you how to create an HPC cluster and capture the two-minute warning notifications from Amazon EC2 Spot to execute a checkpoint, reactively.
AWS worked backwards from an essential problem in HPC networking (MPI ranks need to exchange lots of data quickly) and found a different solution for our unique circumstances, without trading off the things customers love the most about cloud: that you can run virtually any application, at scale, and right away. Find out more about how Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA) can help your HPC workloads scale on AWS.