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UberCloud Voice March 2015

60% of U.S. IT Decision Makers Trust The Cloud With Sensitive Data

Actual-versus-Perceived-Risk154% of IT decision makers globally reported keeping sensitive information in the cloud. Cloud environments (46%) outpace databases (37%) and file servers (29%) as the location perceived as being the greatest risk by enterprise organizations. 80% of enterprises globally are making use of cloud environments according to the latest Ovum study. These and other insights are from the 2015 Vormetric Insider Threat Report (free, opt in) published today. This report provides an insightful analysis into how IT decision makers are navigating the potential benefits of cloud computing and big data versus the perceived and actual threats. Read the full FORBES article HERE.

ISC Cloud & Big Data Conference – September 28 – 30, 2015


ISC is pleased to present the ISC Cloud & Big Data conference, which has merged the previous ISC Cloud and ISC Big Data Conferences into a 3-day conference in Frankfurt, Germany, September 28-30. Frankfurt is an exciting conference place, which is easily accessible by all conference delegates from around the world. This new format brings attendees two full days of multi-track sessions, highlighting current and future technologies, and applications most relevant in the cloud and big data fields. In addition, there will be one full day of workshops. See more details on the ISC Cloud & Big Data Website.

Autodesk: “All successful software companies in the future will be cloud companies.”

autodesk-subscription-vs-perpetualAutodesk will only sell subscription licenses for desktop products after February 1, 2016. The move is part of its transition to a subscription-only model. Andrew Anagnost, sr. VP and industry strategist for Autodesk, remarked, “The move to cloud, mobile, and social platforms for software companies is as profound as the move from mainframe to desktop computers. If we want to be relevant to our customers in the new world, we have to be moving toward a pure cloud-based, subscription-based company.” He went so far as to declare, “All successful software companies in the future will be cloud companies.” Read the whole story HERE.

Multiphysics for the masses – COMSOL wants to democratize simulation in the design process

Svante Littmarck

Over the last five years COMSOL has seen their revenues increase by 20% per year to around $65 million 2013. This makes them one of the market leaders in the multiphysics CAE sub-segment. By providing multiphysics capabilities, COMSOL’s software has reached an installed base of over 100,000 users. To reach an even broader market, in this interview Svante Littmarck, Co-founder and CEO of COMSOL, is talking about two on-premise and cloud related innovations in COMSOL Multiphysics 5.0 called Application Builder and COMSOL Server. ”It’s a revolutionary approach to multiphysics. With the Application Builder and Server, simulation becomes available in a whole new way. Advanced computational COMSOL models developed by experts can be turned into easily created apps in a Windows browser, and then widely distributed, used and understood also by non experts in the product development chain”, the COMSOL chief asserts. Read more about this news HERE.

Does HPC’s future lie in remote visualisation?


At the intersection of big data, cloud, and HPC, remote visualisation is anything but a remote prospect, discovers Tom Wilkie from Scientific Computing World. The ability to look at complex data sets using only a mobile phone’s data rate is not some fantasy of the future. It is reality here and now. In the opinion of Steve Parker, VP of professional graphics at Nvidia, “the demand for remote visualisation can only increase.” According to Jim Jeffers, principal engineer and manager, parallel visualisation engineering at Intel: “As datasets get larger, visualisation is taking on more and more of a role in helping the analysis and providing the insight with large datasets.” Andrea Rodolico, CTO at software company NICE, believes: “If you look five years into the future, the question will be “Why don’t I use this kind of model for pretty much all my technical workloads?” Read the whole story in Scientific Computing World.

NICE DCV 2014 sets new performance standard for 3D applications in the Cloud

DCV logo

NICE is pleased to announce the release of DCV version 2014.0, remote visualization technology that enables technical computing users to remotely access 2D/3D interactive applications over a LAN or WAN network. DCV allows engineers and scientists to take full advantage of the high-end graphics cards, fast I/O performance, and large memory nodes hosted in public or private clouds). Coupled with NICE’s EnginFrame, DCV allows ISVs and customers to build end-to-end, interactive and batch, HPC or design processes in the cloud. NICE DCV also provides desktop sharing capabilities — concurrent access to the same 3D interactive session among multiple users — that enable distributed teams to collaborate in the cloud. Read more details HERE.

CFD Support releases new Water Turbine CFD version

francis-turbine-rotor-wheel-openfoam-cfdCFD Support is offering CFD analysis, OpenFOAM based development, numerical algorithms, visualization and many other CFD services. CFD Support is delighted to announce its latest release of Water Turbine CFD. Water Turbine CFD is an open-source CFD software package and methodology based on the OpenFOAM software. It was especially created to enable a quick and efficient design optimization of rotating machinery components. Version 15.02 provides many new features and improved performance. The automated workflow is smoother and faster than ever before. The manual is available on-line: Water Turbine CFD Manual. CFD Support is familiar with providing free benchmarks to those, who are interested in Water Turbine CFD. Feel free to contact CFD Support regarding your benchmark test case.

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