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Altair Teams with Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for HPC

“Altair and Oracle have teamed up to help customers quickly expand their engineering and high performance computing (HPC) capacity in Oracle’s cloud. Altair HyperWorks Unlimited Virtual Appliance is a fully managed engineering service that provides modeling and visualization software, solvers, and post-processing tools—all on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. The solution offers simplified administration, unlimited use of Altair HyperWorks™ applications, and full global support from Altair’s team. Plus, it’s pre-configured and ready to use on day one.”

Enabling Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with IBM Spectrum Scale

In this video, Doug O’Flaherty from IBM describes how Spectrum Scale Storage (GPFS) helps Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers high performance for HPC applications. “To deliver insights, an organization’s underlying storage must support new-era big data and artificial intelligence workloads along with traditional applications while ensuring security, reliability and high performance. IBM Spectrum Scale meets these challenges as a high-performance solution for managing data at scale with the distinctive ability to perform archive and analytics in place.”

How we built Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for HPC

In this video, Karan Batta from Oracle describes how the company built Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to deliver high performance for HPC applications. “Over the last 12 months, we have invested significantly, in both technology and partnerships, to make Oracle Cloud Infrastructure the best place to run your Big Compute and HPC workloads.”

Building Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Bare-Metal

In this video, Taylor Newill from Oracle describes how the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure delivers high performance for HPC applications. “From the beginning, Oracle built their bare-metal cloud with a simple goal in mind: deliver the same performance in the cloud that clients are seeing on-prem.”

Oracle Cloud Speeds HPC & Ai Workloads at GTC 2019

In this video from the GPU Technology Conference, Karan Batta from Oracle describes how the company provides HPC and Machine Learning in the Cloud with Bare Metal speed. ” Oracle Cloud Infrastructure offers wide-ranging support for NVIDIA GPUs, including the high-performance NVIDIA Tesla P100 and V100 GPU instances that provide the highest ratio of CPU cores and RAM per GPU available. With a maximum of 52 physical CPU cores, 8 NVIDIA Volta V100 units per bare metal server, 768 GB of memory, and two 25 Gbps interfaces, these are the most powerful GPU instances on the market.”

Oracle Expands Cloud Business with Next-Gen Data Center in Canada

Oracle just announced the opening of a Toronto data center to support in regional customer demand for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “Oracle’s next-generation cloud infrastructure offers the most flexibility in the public cloud, allowing companies to run traditional and cloud-native workloads on the same platform. With Oracle’s modern cloud regions, only Oracle can deliver the industry’s broadest, deepest, and fastest growing suite of cloud applications, Oracle Autonomous Database, and new services in security, Blockchain and Artificial Intelligence, all running on its enterprise-grade cloud infrastructure.”

Moving HPC Workloads to the Cloud with Univa’s Navops Launch 1.0

Today Univa announced the release of Navops Launch 1.0, the latest version of the most powerful hybrid HPC cloud management product and a significant advancement in the migration of HPC workloads to the cloud. Navops Launch meshes public cloud services and on-premise clusters to cost-effectively meet increasing workload demand. “A unique automation engine allows Navops Launch to integrate third-party data sources, including storage fabric, management systems, cluster and cloud environment attributes.”

AMD EPYC Processors come to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure for HPC

AMD has announced the availability of the first AMD EPYC processor-based instance on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. “The AMD EPYC processor ‘E’ series will lead with the bare metal, Standard ‘E2’, available immediately as the first instance type within the Series. At $0.03/Core hour, the AMD EPYC instance is up to 66 per cent less on average per core than general purpose instances offered by the competition.”

Video: Powered by GPUs, Altair and Oracle Accelerate CFD in the Cloud

Today Altair and Oracle announced a joint HPC Cloud solution that leverages GPU technology for exceptional CFD simulation performance. Now part of the Oracle Cloud Infrastructure, the technology effectively accelerates external aerodynamics and other complex flow simulations at scale and at reasonable cost. “The integration with Oracle’s cloud platform addresses this challenge, and provides customers the ability to use GPU-based solvers in the cloud for accelerated performance without the need to purchase expensive hardware.”