Univa Offering Free Exhibit Passes for SC18

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Our friends at Univa are offering free exhibit passes for SC18.

Univa will be exhibiting at SC18 in Dallas between November 12 and 15, 2018 (booth #2226). We invite you to meet our representatives at The Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center for the year’s key global conference and exhibition for high performance computing, networking and storage.

Please complete this form to book a meeting and/or request a free expo pass (valued at $150, access to exhibit hall only).

In related news, Univa will host a Lunch & Learn session from 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm on Nov. 14 at the Westin in Dallas.

Earlier this year, Univa released survey results that revealed that moving HPC workloads to the cloud is poised for an expansive growth phase, with nearly 6 out 10 companies anticipating, planning or using HPC cloud. Univa has helped dozens of our customers successfully utilize hybrid cloud. In this invitation-only, lunch and learn session hosted by Univa and sponsored by Red Hat, we’ll talk about how to plan a hybrid cloud project to help you avoid pitfalls and challenges. By focusing on demos and real-world deployments, not PowerPoints, you’ll soon appreciate how easily Univa can seamlessly bridge your HPC infrastructure.


  • Moving HPC workloads to the cloud
    • Four key drivers for moving HPC workloads to the cloud
    • Using Automation to bridge on-premise with the cloud
    • Key usage metrics and reporting
    • DEMO: Fully automated HPC hybrid cloud deployment
  • AWS and HPC – Featuring Brendan Bouffler of Amazon Web Services
  • Intel – High Performance Computing Trends – Featuring Bill Magro of Intel
  • Lessons Learned and Best Practices: Panel Session
    • Featuring Brendan Bouffler of Amazon Web Services
    • Leveraging your existing applications, workflows and software images
    • Dealing with data, networking, name, identity, containerization and other services
    • Other use cases for the cloud – including containerization via Docker and Singularity
  • Brief Networking Session

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