Tag: cloud

The UberCloud Experiment Shows Why #HPCMatters

This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series #HPCMatters

Every year when we gather for SC, we wait with bated breath for the announcement of the next Top500 list. It’s our own little celebration of the ever-growing size and power of the high-end supercomputers. We use these systems to answer some of the most complex questions out there. However, bigger is not always better. […]

Custom Workflows for Oil and Gas

There are only a few industries as renowned for massive investments in the highest end of computing technology as the oil and gas sector. High performance computing capabilities, matched with sophisticated modeling and simulation codes, and increasingly, top of the line tools to ingest, manage and analyze unprecedented amounts of diverse data mean that infrastructure […]

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Here at Adaptive Computing, we power many of the world’s largest private/hybrid cloud and technical computing environments with our award-winning Moab optimization and scheduling software. Moab enables large enterprises in oil and gas, financial, manufacturing, and research as well as academic and government to perform simulations and analyze Big Data faster, more accurately and most cost […]

Benefits of OpenStack for HPC

Join us on August 20th (2-3pm MDT) for the next Society of HPC Professionals (SHPCP) event, “Benefits of OpenStack for HPC” webinar featuring a panel of industry experts. The industry looks to OpenStack as an agnostic open source platform that can span multiple environments such as Cloud, HPC and Big Data. Adaptive Computing has compiled […]

Join Adaptive Computing at ISC 2014

Think ISC is just a tradeshow? Scientific Computing says to think again! The ISC Exhibition is the biggest HPC showcase in Europe. This conference connects about 170 HPC vendors and research centers with over 2,500 users and potential collaborators from around the globe. This show allows attendees to experience, compare, and assess the leading technologies […]

Taking a Look Back at MoabCon 2014

MoabCon 2014 was one for the books! Industry leaders in HPC, cloud, and big data all joined in Park City, Utah for four days of technical sessions, networking events, and opportunities to ask the experts. We heard from Adaptive Computing leaders, keynotes from HP Cloud, DigitalGlobe, and DOW Chemical Company, plus technical sessions lead by many […]

What’s This “Big Workflow Mindset” Thing?

Adaptive Computing’s announcement about Big Workflow claims that we need a fundamentally new approach to compute problems at the nexus of Big Data, Cloud, and HPC. Why? IT’s already made huge progress since the days of rack-and-stack datacenters. This is the age of software-defined everything. Hadoop’s picking up steam. HPC folks are exploring cloudbursting. So […]

Tackling Stubborn Big Data: Adaptive Computing Moab 7.5

Yesterday, we announced Big Workflow that accelerates insights that inspire data-driven decisions giving business a distinct competitive advantage. Along with that announcement, we launched Moab 7.5, which adds new features that make the software more robust to tackle stubborn big data and enhance Big Workflow by unifying data center resources, optimizing the data analysis process, […]

Big Workflow: Accelerates Insights That Inspire Data-Driven Decisions

We’re proud to announce Big Workflow, an industry term coined by Adaptive Computing that accelerates insights by more efficiently processing intense simulations and big data analysis. Big Workflow derives its name from its ability to solve big data challenges by streamlining the workflow to deliver valuable insights from massive quantities of data across multiple platforms, […]

Big Red Herrings: How We Miss the True Challenge of Big Data

When pundits describe Big Data, they like to refer to the 3 Vs (Volume, Variety, Velocity). Sometimes they add a 4th V (Veracity), which is all about trustworthiness. If your data has problems with most or all of these dimensions, then it’s prototypical Big Data. Well, it’s easy to see why outliers on each of […]