High Performance Computing
AWS provides the most elastic and scalable cloud infrastructure to run your HPC applications. Intel, a leader in data centric technologies, has been at the forefront of High Performance Computing, delivering products that tackle the workload complexity and challenges of today and tomorrow. Amazon EC2 Instances, built on Intel architecture, enables engineers and researchers to develop applications faster and modernize code with a broad range of optimized software tools, frameworks, and libraries. Together, AWS and Intel provide HPC users unrivaled opportunities to share and collaborate efficiently and securely with team members across the globe.
High Performance Computing (HPC) on AWS
HPC has been key to solving the most complex problems in every industry, and changing the way we work and live. From weather modeling to genome mapping to the search for extraterrestrial intelligence, HPC is helping to push the boundaries of what’s possible with advanced computing technologies. Learn how HPC on AWS is democratizing access to the latest technologies and driving innovation.
What a TCO Analysis won't tell you
There are many hidden costs to operating an on-premises HPC infrastructure. These factors, including lost productivity and missed innovation, can negatively affect other R&D investments that depend on HPC. Most organizations will find that cloud-based HPC solutions will deliver better ROI, even when a basic Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) analysis suggests continued investments in on-premises infrastructure.
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Create an Elastic HPC Cluster using AWS ParallelCluster
Access on-demand, scalable resources for your High-Performance Computing (HPC) workloads. AWS makes it easy for you to access on-demand and scalable compute capacity to power your HPC workloads. Examples of HPC workloads customers have run on AWS include CFD simulations, computational chemistry workloads, genomics analysis, weather forecasting, and more.
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Innovation Without Limits
Discover how enterprises and research institutions are maximizing productivity and saving on costs by moving their HPC workloads to AWS. With flexible, unhindered access to Intel Xeon technology-powered compute instances and an array of Intel-optimized software libraries, your engineers and researchers can rapidly produce high-value answers to complex questions.
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Scale HPC Workloads with EFA and ParallelCluster
In April, 2019, AWS announced the general availability of Elastic Fabric Adapter (EFA), an EC2 network device that improves throughput and scalability of distributed High Performance Computing (HPC) and Machine Learning (ML) workloads. Today, we’re excited to announce support of EFA through AWS ParallelCluster.
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