Don’t sacrifice performance OR ease of use with your HPC storage. Learn how Mountpoint for Amazon S3 combines high throughput and low latency with the simplicity of S3.
AWS is powering the future of self-driving cars. Check out this post to see how high performance computing is transforming agent-based models for the CARLA RAI Challenge.
See how agent-based models, driven to scale by HPC in the cloud, are shedding new light on macroprudential policies with this post from Oxford’s Institute for New Economic Thinking.
Interested in eliminating friction between data science and engineering teams? Read this post to learn how Amazon successfully transitioned Jupyter Notebooks from the lab to production.
Balancing fixed budgets with fluctuating HPC needs is challenging. Discover a customizable solution for automatically setting weekly resource limits based on previous spending.
Interested in performing high-accuracy computational chemistry simulations faster? Check out this new post about Promethium, a solution from QC Ware that leverages AWS to accelerate simulations by up to 100x.
New OS-level checkpointing tools can let you run existing HPC codes on EC2 Spot instances with minimal impact from interruptions. Read on for the details.
If you work in the semiconductor industry with electronic design automation tools and workflows, this guide will help you build an HPC cluster on AWS specifically configured for your needs. It covers AWS ParallelCluster and customizations specifically to cater to EDA.
Using a Level 4 Digital Twin for scenario analysis and risk assessment of manufacturing production on AWS
This post was contributed by Orang Vahid (Dir of Engineering Services) and Kayla Rossi (Application Engineer) at Maplesoft, and Ross Pivovar (Solution Architect) and Adam Rasheed (Snr Manager) from Autonomous Computing at AWS One of the most common objectives for our Digital Twin (DT) customers is to use DTs for scenario analysis to assess risk […]
Looking to integrate AWS ParallelCluster into an automated workflow? This post shows how to submit and monitor jobs programmatically with Slurm REST API (code examples included).