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HPC in the cloud

Run CFD workloads with AWS and AMD

Hot Seat Video Large-scale, on premises supercomputers are difficult and expensive to build. And why would you bother if you could get equivalent performance from the cloud, with better elasticity and agility?

That's exactly the question which The Next Platform's Tim Phillips puts to Dr Neil Ashton in our latest Hot Seat Q&A video.

Dr Ashton is a Principal Computational Engineering Solution Architect, acting as a subject-matter expert for compuatational fluid dynamics (CFD) and high performance computing (HPC) across AWS.

Dr Ashton will explain how running CFD workloads with Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) Hpc6a instances, powered by 3rd Gen AMD EPYC™ processors should help you make a more informed decision about where your organization should host this type of workload, whether on premises or in the cloud, and how the AWS Nitro System fits in. 

You can watch the Hot Seat Q&A video here:

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