Making HPC Cloud a Reality in the Federal Space

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Martin Rieger is a Federal Cloud Security Expert at Penguin Computing.

In this video from the HPC User Forum, Martin Rieger from Penguin Computing presents: Making HPC Cloud a Reality in the Federal Space.

Built on a secure, high-performance bare-metal server platform with supercomputing-grade, non-blocking InfiniBand interconnects infrastructure, Penguin on Demand can handle the most challenging simulation and analytics. But, because of access via the cloud (from either a traditional Linux command line interface (CLI) or a secure web portal) you get both instant accesses and extreme scalability — without having to invest in on-premise infrastructure or the associated operational costs.

With included free support from HPC experts, transparent pricing, and a variety of financing options, POD meets the needs of both power users who need to expand capacity quickly as well as those building their organizations on a budget.

Choose from public cloud, private cloud, or a hybrid cloud solution. Confidently run manufacturing, earth sciences, bio-informatics, energy, design, finance or other applications, which you’ll likely find pre-installed.

Martin Rieger is a Federal Cloud Security Expert at Penguin Computing. Formerly serving as a Director for multiple Third Party Assessment Organizations (3PAO’s) and the ISSM for both the U.S. Navy and the U.S. Air Force’s Surgeon General, Rieger brings decades of experience and expertise consulting, preparing and shaping strategy around federal cloud security programs to ensure all federal information, assets and technologies are adequately protected and meet FedRAMP compliance requirements. He is based in Washington D.C. and will report to Sid Mair, Senior Vice President of Federal Systems.

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