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Hyperion Research Launches Cloud Application Assessment Tool

Enterprise Cloud

Today Hyperion Research launched a new Cloud Application Assessment Tool. Available free of charge to the public, this tool is an interactive grading system to assess the characteristics of HPC applications to help understand whether they fit better on an on-premise HPC system or are they well suited for running in a public cloud.

By using this tool, end users will be able to see which characteristics of their applications drive or restrict the ability to run them in clouds, and what future improvements in public clouds may make their application fit better in the cloud. It also shows the characteristics that drive certain applications to stay on-premise.

As a part of this tool, a scorecard at the end of the survey summarizes the entire assessment, as well as displays the scores of each characteristic of the tested workload. Hyperion Research encourages end users, software developers, CSPs, and anyone else in the HPC community to visit the tool and evaluate their workloads.

Hyperion Research provides data-driven research, analysis and recommendations for technologies, applications, and markets in high performance computing and emerging technology areas to help organizations worldwide make effective decisions and seize growth opportunities. Research includes market sizing and forecasting, share tracking, segmentation, technology and related trend analysis, and both user & vendor analysis for multi-user technical server technology used for HPC and HPDA (high performance data analysis). We provide thought leadership and practical guidance for users, vendors and other members of the HPC community by focusing on key market and technology trends across government, industry, commerce, and academia.

Questions or comments on the tool should be directed to research analyst Alex Norton: anorton@hyperionres.com

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