Adaptive Computing

HPC as a Service

HPC as a Service, or HPC Cloud (private or public) helps create the agility and reduce the costs of allocating temporary resources to either service a time-critical project or help maintain service guarantees without over purchasing hardware. Adaptive Computing can enable HPC as a Service in a transparent way making remote resources appear as a natural […]

Viewpoint Job Submission Portal Demo

Viewpoint is a rich, easy-to-use portal for end-users and administrators, designed to increase productivity through its visual web-based interface, powerful job management features, and other workload functions. The portal provides greater self-sufficiency for end-users while reducing administrator overhead in High Performance Computing (HPC). Learn more:

Free MoabCon at NCSA – Itinerary

Our Free MoabCon at NCSA is coming up this first week in May, and we hope you’re as excited as we are. We have a great lineup of speakers, ready to share many of the useful features of Moab and other related tools. We’d like to briefly review the itinerary so you have an idea […]

Nitro High Throughput

Nitro is a highly powerful, yet simple task launching solution which operates as an independent product but can also integrate seamlessly with any HPC scheduler. Instead of requiring individual job scheduling, Nitro enables high-speed throughput on short computing jobs by scheduling only once for a large set of jobs. Learn more:

MoabCon 2016 Champaign, Illinois (May 2-6)

Hello Adaptive Computing Friends, We are taking MoabCon 2016 on the road. We are excited to host this one in Champaign, Illinois on the NCSA campus on May 2nd to the 6th. We are holding the Free MoabCon event on the afternoon of the 5th through midday on the 6th.  A lunch and breakfast will be provided. On May […]

Remote Visualization Overview Video

Remote visualization is a key contributor to an organization’s productivity. With remote visualization, users spend less time waiting for files to be moved between their workstation and the cluster as they simply render remotely and visualize it locally. Users also save time due to more effective collaboration through shared sessions. Organizations avoid having to purchase high-end […]

Adaptive Computing Launches High Productivity Remote Visualization

PROVO, UT (February 29, 2015) – Adaptive Computing, provider of award-winning workload and resource orchestration software, announces it has integrated Remote Visualization with Moab’s workload submission portal, Viewpoint, in order to improve ease-of-use and increase user productivity.  Organizations invest heavily in expensive resources and high-skilled individuals to achieve their goals, only to find that many […]

Getting the Most Out of Your Support Experience

As Director of Technical Support here at Adaptive Computing, I read each and every support case submitted, regardless of who submits it. As you can imagine, over the years I’ve seen some very interesting cases. The range of complexity is staggering. For example, some cases only ask where to download the Moab product(s). Others, however, ask […]

Optimization: The Fourth Key to Success in Complex Compute Environments

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Keys to Success

This entry is part 4 of 4 in the series Keys to SuccessWelcome back to the “Seven Keys to Success” blog series. Last time we talked about compute environments’ need for interaction by users and administrators through manual steps that are often repetitive and time-consuming. We discussed ways in which organizations can save time, efficiently […]

Adaptive Computing Achieves Record High Throughput on Supermicro Solutions

PROVO, UT (January 22, 2016) – Adaptive Computing, provider of award-winning workload and resource orchestration software, announces it has set a new record in High Throughput Computing (HTC) in collaboration with Supermicro, a leader in high-performance green computing solutions. Supermicro SuperServers, custom optimized for Nitro, the new high throughput resource manager from Adaptive Computing, were […]