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CAE Containers can help energy, oil and gas companies accelerate adoption of cloud-based HPC.

oil-pumpMore companies are adopting cloud-based high performance computing (HPC), especially in industries that require significant computational power. The energy, oil and gas markets are no exception. After all, they rely on advanced computer-aided engineering (CAE), advanced data analytics, seismic processing, and other data- and computationally-demanding applications. But implementing cloud-based HPC will require new approaches that deliver greater flexibility and ease deployments. One such solution? Containers. And what’s the advantage of containers for HPC? With traditional HPC systems, compute, network, power, data, and any associated technologies need to be architected and developed, designed and implemented. With a container-based solution that’s running in the cloud, only the application needs to be developed, as the infrastructure can be agnostic and always available. That may seem idyllic, but read more HERE.

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