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Gartner names UberCloud a Cool Vendor in Oil & Gas

Gartner res_339_coolVendor2015_refresh_outlinesUberCloud Inc., a leading online community and marketplace platform for engineers and scientists, announced today that it has been listed in Gartner’s Cool Vendors in Oil & Gas 2015 report, published by Gartner analysts Rich McAvey, Leif Eriksen, Morgan Eldred, on April 21, 2015. “We believe that the inclusion of the UberCloud in the Gartner Cool Vendor category of Oil & Gas validates our readiness as the one-stop shop for engineers and scientists to discover, try, and buy computing power and complete solutions on demand, in the cloud”, said Wolfgang Gentzsch, President of the UberCloud. “We are confident that this much valued Gartner recognition will further accelerate the acceptance of cloud computing in Oil & Gas and other application areas.” See the announcement and download the Gartner Cool Vendor report HERE.

UberCloud Announces Collaboration with Microsoft Azure and Starts Free Trainings

OpenFOAM on Azure

Microsoft and UberCloud agreed to cross-publish engineering and scientific cloud products on their online marketplaces. They started with OpenFOAM, an open source computational fluid dynamics simulation software from OpenCFD Ltd. (ESI Group), widely used in the engineering and scientific design and development community. Interested users can now participate in UberCloud’s Monday Webinars to learn how to register at the Azure Marketplace, and purchase, launch, and shut down the OpenFOAM software which is sitting in a software container immediately ready to use. Read more details in the Azure Store on the UberCloud Marketplace.

Big Data is Driving HPC to the Cloud

Leo ReiterAfter about four decades of High Performance Computing (HPC) with a strong focus mainly on high-speed computing, these days a new branch of HPC is gaining momentum. IDC calls it “High Performance Data Analysis” (HPDA for short). Essentially, it’s the union of big data and HPC. How will these architectures evolve? Read the BLOG from Leo Reiter, the Chief Technology Officer of Nimbix, Inc., a global provider of High Performance Computing applications and platforms on demand.

Announcing AWS Educate: a Free Resource for Cloud Learning

AWS Educate

With more and more enterprises moving to the cloud, there is a growing demand for developers, information technology professionals, and forward-thinking business leaders with demonstrated knowledge of cloud computing. To meet this need, Amazon Web Services has announced AWS Educate, a major initiative designed to fundamentally transform how cloud computing is taught and how best practices are shared in higher education. Read more HERE.

What’s next for CFD? – Answers from 12 industry experts

team-30b-copy12 industry experts share their ideas of where the CFD industry needs to innovate & what they’d like to change.For an industry that revolves around solving some very old equations, the continued innovation in CFD might come as a surprise to some. Robin Knowles from CFD Engine asked a dozen industry experts what they thought was the aspect CFD is currently most in need of innovation. What is holding the industry back? But, perhaps more importantly, what they would like to see done about it? See their answers HERE.

ANSYS moves up in the Cloud

 ANSYS customers can now deploy enterprise-specific simulation workflows and data to moreANSYS on AWS 1 engineers, regardless of geographic location or business unit with today’s launch of ANSYS 16.1 and ANSYS Enterprise Cloud. The new solution, running on Amazon Web Services (AWS), simplifies and accelerates the transition to cloud-based simulation by providing a reference architecture for end-to-end simulation that can be deployed within days. Customers who adopt the ANSYS Enterprise Cloud can scale their simulation capacity on demand, in response to changing business requirements, optimizing efficiency and cost while responding to the growing demand for wider use of the technology. Read the full story in HPCwire.

Fastway Engineering Store Joins UberCloud Marketplace

finalFastway Engineering and UberCloud announce the Fastway Store on the UberCloud Marketplace. “Never before has a more complete curriculum been created to bring newcomers into the world of Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) and High Performance Computing (HPC)” says Fastway Engineering’s managing director, Jim Shaw. The Fastway Store on the UberCloud Marketplace is designed to provide exclusive training classes specifically designed to teach participants how to use the latest Computer Aided Engineering (CAE) software on the cloud for Designers and Design Engineers. Read the full article HERE.

CloudFlow Conference – The Future of Engineering in the Cloud

Portorož, Slovenia, Thursday 28th of May 2015podor

  • Join top experts from Europe to discuss new views of engineering workflows: from CAD, CAM, PLM to CFD in the HPC Cloud.
  • Explore the state-of-the-art in industrial computing.
  • Discover new business models and opportunities for your enterprise.
  • Shape the future by joining the project consortia with your challenge.
  • Early bird registration until 30th of April 2015
  • www.hpc4sme.eu/CloudFlowConference
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