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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.

Silicon Valley Business Journal: UberCloud one of the three top start-ups at Plug & Play Fall Exhibition

ubercloud_180xx2448-1837-0-60At this year’s Fall Exhibition organized by Silicon Valley start-up incubator Plug & Play Tech Center in Sunnyvale, Burak Yenier, CEO of UberCloud, presented his company’s profile to almost 500 institutional and angel investors. Burak described UberCloud as “a community and marketplace platform to discover, try and buy computing services. It has more than 2,500 companies and individuals from 72 countries, along with hundreds of consulting firms and individual experts.” Among the 30+ start-ups attendees voted UberCloud among the three top start-ups. Check out the 3 top startups from Plug and Play’s fall expo and read the story in the Silicon Valley Business Journal HERE.

Cloud and Ice meet for SC15: UberCloud and Nordic Advania Cloud

AdvaniaReykjavík – HPC in the Cloud company Advina published a case study about “Integrating with UberCloud, the online cloud community for engineers and scientists”. An Advania Qstack Cloud Service demo account was created and the Advania control panel was used as the primary method of infrastructure administration for a Proof of Concept study, using Platinum 3x Large instances with specifications: 16 virtual CPU cores; 61 GB RAM; 20 GB disk was selected. The Advania instances were accessed via SSH, and the Docker run time environment was set up. The UberCloud OpenFOAM container was pulled from the UberCloud private registry. Read more on the Advania Website HERE.

Civil-Comp 2015 Tutorial in Prague: Taking an OpenFOAM Application to the Cloud

prague5The 15th Civil-Comp International Conference on Civil, Structural and Environmental Engineering Computing in Prague September 1 – 4 will start with a Tutorial about taking an OpenFOAM application to the cloud. In this 3-hour tutorial organized by the UberCloud participants learn the benefits and challenges in using remote cloud resources for real engineering and scientific applications, prepare a simple OpenFOAM CFD application on their own laptop and perform hands-on all the necessary steps about moving the geometry and physics data into the cloud, performing the computation and the remote visualization, and getting the resulting simulation data back to their laptop and visualize the results. Please see the details about the Tutorial and the Conference HERE.

UberCloud Containers provide seamless cloud access for combustion training in Michigan

Ferry TapFor the 3-day training on April 15-17th at the National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) in Ann Arbor (MI), USA, UberCloud and DACOLT have developed an application container with OpenFOAM and DACOLT’s combustion package including a few training examples, allowing students seamless access and use of cloud resources for their test simulations. The course willfocus on (U)RANS modeling and aims to get the participants familiar with the basic theoretical concepts used in turbulent combustion modeling and to provide hands-on exercises to apply the theory in practice with OpenFOAM. Trainer will be Dr. Ferry Tap, founder and CEO of Dacolt. Dr. Tap has obtained his PhD from the renowned EM2C laboratory at Ecole Centrale Paris. Please see more details and register on the UberCloud Marketplace.

The RichReport Slidecast: UberCloud – From Experiment to Marketplace


In this slidecast, Wolfgang Gentzsch presents: UberCloud – From Experiment to Marketplace. After 18 months of developing Docker container technology into high performance application containers for engineering and scientific simulations,  UberCloud announces the availability of high performance application containers on its online UberCloud Marketplace, for ANSYS Mechanical, Fluent, CFX, Workbench, Icepak, EM, LS-DYNA and LS-PrePost,  for CD-adapco STAR-CCM+,  and for OpenFOAM, and more in the pipeline. These application containers are portable on all in-house and cloud environments and allow seamless and transparent on-demand access to and use of applications and data in the cloud, with a look and feel identical to your workstation.

Democratising the Cloud Marketplace with UberCloud

Wolfgang 2014 - 2Two years ago, Wolfgang Gentzsch and Burak Yenier co-founded UberCloud, a cloud marketplace where engineers and scientists can discover, try and buy a range of cloud computing solutions. As well as improving the ease of access and the variety of options available to scientists and engineers, the platform also gives a level playing field to industry titans and smaller, niche vendors alike. Dataconomy caught with Gentzsch to discuss the intricacies of their product, the impact it will make on the democratization of high performance technical computing in the cloud, and why two years down the line, a direct competitor to UberCloud has yet to emerge. See the full interview HERE.

THANK YOU FOR YOUR VOTE – The UberCloud Receives Top Honors in 2014 HPCwire Readers Choice Award

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New Orleans, LA — November 17, 2014 —The UberCloud has been recognized in the annual HPCwire Readers’ and Editors’ Choice Awards, presented at the 2014 International Conference for High Performance Computing, Networking, Storage and Analysis (SC14), in New Orleans, Louisiana.  The list of winners were revealed at the HPCwire booth at the event, and on the HPCwire website  http://www.hpcwire.com/2014-hpcwire-readers-choice-awards/9/. The UberCloud was recognized with the two honors:  Readers’ and Editors’ Choice – Best Use of HPC in the Cloud: The UberCloud Project for helping bring HPC to the wider masses. More details see HERE and our announcement on HPCwire HERE. Photo: Tom Tabor presenting the HPCwire Awards to Wolfgang Gentzsch, President of the UberCloud; Burak Yenier, CEO, UberCloud; and Rajeeb Hazra, VP Intel Architecture Group.

Testing Simulation with Cloud Computing

Team 142 - 1The UberCloud experiment #142 published an article about their “Virtual Testing of Severe Service Control Valve” in Desktop Engineering. Flow control valve specifications include performance ratings for a valve to be properly applied in fluid management systems. Valve performance ratings provide information to the system designer that can be used to optimize control system response which requires hundreds of simulations to verify and optimize. In this UberCloud experiment, the cloud was used to complete several sweeps of simulations to characterize the performance of this valve in various operating conditions. Rather than solving these simulations sequentially, as would be done with a typical license and hardware setup, most of the simulations were solved in parallel in the cloud to maximize throughput and allow studies of various conditions and geometries. That way, the end-user was able to speed-up the process by a factor of 30. Read the entire  article HERE.

Cloud Provider CPU24/7 joins UberCloud Marketplace with OpenFOAM Solution

OpenFOAM-CPU logo 2Berlin, Germany, October 15, 2014 – CPU 24/7, specialized in providing scalable HPC as a Service for applications related to CAE, and the UberCloud computing marketplace for engineers, announced the development of Cloud-enabled CPU 24/7 solutions for the UberCloud Marketplace. The announcement was shared last week at the 2nd OpenFOAM user conference in Berlin, an event organized by ESI-OpenCFD, bringing together the creators and the users of OpenFOAM. See the full announcement HERE.

UberCloud to Host NICE Software Solutions in the UberCloud Marketplace

NICE-Test-Drive-DCV-200x126UberCloud Paving the Way to High Performance Computing as a ServiceUberCloud and NICE Software, a company dedicated to providing Technical Cloud Products and Solutions to customers worldwide, announce the development of Cloud-enabled NICE software solutions for the UberCloud marketplace. The announcement was shared at the annual ISC Cloud Conference, an event organizing researchers, engineers and consultants to discuss innovations in cloud computing. In this collaboration, both companies will offer cloud-enabled NICE DCV and EnginFrame, an advanced commercial grid portal used in a variety of industries. The two will offer professional support and integrate with application software vendors, such as ANSYS, in the cloud. See the full announcement HERE.

UberCloud and Scientific Computing World Enter into Media Partnership

For the UberCloud to reach out to scientists and researchers in academia and research centers, The UberCloud and Scientific Computing World entered into a joint media partnership committing to cross-publish computing-relevant stories which are of interest to both communities. Scientific Computing World is a leading magazine for scientists, researchers and engineers who use technical computing in their work, thus nicely complementing the UberCloud’s focus on technical computing on demand, in the cloud.

Take HPC to the cloud – in a container

IMG_6785Since the days of the early Beowulf Clusters in the late 1990s, esteemed colleagues in our engineering and science community have regularly predicted that High Performance Computing (HPC) for the masses was at the door. But the door has remained firmly shut. Beowulfs were so easy to build; grids connect every researcher to powerful supercomputers; and clouds offer computing on demand at your fingertips. But where are the masses of users? Haven’t they recognized that this massive compute power is there, just waiting for them? UberCloud’s Wolfgang Gentzsch – in this Opinion piece from Scientific Computing World –  provides an analysis of good reasons why he believes HPC is now available for a broader public, enabled among others, by brand-new container technology.

UberCloud CEO Burak Yenier at the San Francisco HPC Meetup

BurakA new San Francisco Meetup Group has been founded recently in the area of High Performance Computing. Their Kick-Off Meeting took place on August 20 at 19:00, on Rackspace premises in San Francisco. One of the speakers was UberCloud CEO Burak Yenier, who summarized the recent developments and achievements at UberCloud (i.e. the community, experiment, technology, and marketplace) and provided a demo about how the marketplace works behind the scene. Please see Burak’s presentation on YouTube HERE.



Consider CAE in the Cloud

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The benefits that engineers and scientists can expect from using technical computing in research, design and development processes can be huge: Cost savings, shorter time to market, better quality, less product failures, to name a few.

In this article, you can find details on the benefits of CAE in the Cloud for your business along with the details of four projects which took advantage of this technique.

Read the Consider CAE in the Cloud article at Desktop Engineering website

Webinar on July 31st: CFD Simulation in the Autodesk Cloud

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Case Study Recording: CFD Simulation in the Autodesk Cloud

In this webinar, which took place July 31, we are looking at case study where Mark A. Lobo, P.E. from Lobo Engineering PLC used cloud computing to simulate a severe service control valve with Autodesk’s cloud-enabled Simulation CFD software. Mark talks about his application and the end-to-end process of preparing the application on his workstation, sending the data to the Autodesk cloud, performing many simulations, getting results back to his workstation, and finally performing the visualization and evaluation. Jon den Hartog, Autodesk Sr. Product Line Manager, explains the software, resources, and support provided along the way. See the webinar recording HERE.

Wolfgang Gentzsch talks to TM Forum about UberCloud

May 2014 – TM Forum Inform online magazine

Wolfgang Gentzsch, President, UberCloud, talks to TM Forum Editor Dawn Bushaus about UberCloud technical computing community and marketplace.


Video Announcement of the UberCloud Marketplace and AppStore

2014-06-17 03.19.36 pmAt the ISC’14 Conference in Leipzig, Wolfgang Gentzsch announced the UberCloud Marketplace. He introduced the new UberCloud Marketplace and Appstore to Primeur Magazine. Engineers and scientists can buy at their fingertips complete bundled solutions in the Cloud, on demand. On the UberCloud Marketplace, you can buy OpenFOAM on Amazon, for instance, 24 hours on 32 cores for $199. You can click on it, this offer goes into your shopping cart, and you pay per credit card. As soon as you have made the payment you receive an e-mail with the link to ‘your’ Cloud, and to your application software in the Cloud. See more information and the video HERE.

Exploring Life Sciences in the Cloud

Team 61The article describes several experiments with life science applications in the Cloud. The experiment teams have written summary case studies about their experiments describing their application, the benefits for using the Cloud, the process to get into the Cloud, challenges and their solutions, and lessons learned and recommendations. Applications explored in the Cloud are 1. The oncogenic mechanism of two commonly expressed PI3Kα mutants by studying their conformational changes with molecular dynamics (MD) simulations; 2. Cardiovascular medical device simulations in the Cloud; 3. Next generation sequencing data analysis; and 4. performance analysis of GROMACS molecular dynamics for simulating enzyme substrate in the Cloud. Read more here.

The UberCloud Experiment Continues…

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Jun 16, 2014 – Improved product quality, faster time to market and ultimately increased ROI have long been associated with the adoption of HPC tools. The benefits that engineers and scientists can expect from using technical computing in their research, design and development processes can be huge. This article discusses benefits and challenges with using workstations, clusters, and HPC Clouds. It describes how the UberCloud Experiment explores these challenges and describes solutions. Finally, examples from cancer research, enzyme substrate complexes, jet engine high pressure compressor assembly, and flow control valve are presented.  Read more…

And,  we’d like to invite our community to submit their ideas about experiments to us for Round 6 of the UberCloud Experiments HERE.

HPCwire article: UberCloud technical computing marketplace

June 24, 2014 – UberCloud users can either select an all-in-one packaged service (specific application software bundled with cloud hardware and paid by credit card) or complete a form to “Request a Quote from Resource Providers”, providing information about their application, software and licenses, network interconnect, main memory per node, number of parallel cores, total CPU usage, PHI/GPUs needed, storage, remote visualization, and instructions about timing, urgency, and location of resources.

More info: HPCwire article: UberCloud technical computing marketplace

Primeur Magazine article: UberCloud announces technical computing marketplace and appstore

June 24, 2014 – UberCloud announces the addition of its Marketplace and Appstore, where engineers and scientists can discover, try and buy the computing power and expertise they need for their computational and data-intensive tasks.

Full story: UberCloud announces technical computing marketplace and appstore

UberCloud receives award for “Most Innovative Technology”

The UberCloud presented and exhibited at this year’s conference on Data to Drugs & Diagnostics in New Jersey June 11 and 12, the BioPharma Research Council‘s first major conference, following a history of forums and symposia that have stimulated cross-silo discussion since 2009. The D2D Committee interviewed and nominated exhibitors in the categories of Collaboration Enabler, Most Innovative Technology, and Technology that Solves a Unique Problem. After receiving the HPCwire Readers Choice Award for best HPC cloud implementation in November 2013, we are now very proud to announce that UberCloud received the D2D award for the Most Innovative Technology.


Michigan2.0: NCMS and UberCloud partner to boost digital manufacturing


National Center for Manufacturing Sciences (NCMS) and UberCloud are excited to announce the Michigan “round” of HPC Experiment as part of NCMS’ Grid Initiative. Just like previous HPC Experiment rounds, this community driven effort will support engineers to explore the end-to-end processes of using technical computing for product design and development.

Learn more about Michigan2.0 Grid Initiative and apply for the program.

HPC Magazine Cover Story: Inside Look into HPC Cloud and the UberCloud Experiment – UberCloud HPC Experiment vu de l'intérieur

hpc-magazine-march-2014-ubercloud-articleMarch 2014 issue of HPC Magazine’s cover story provides an extensive overview and inside into the overall HPC Cloud market. The article explains what the new HPC Cloud paradigm really is, and covers the major benefits and challenges of the HPC in the Cloud movement for providers and for end users in engineering and computational sciences, the current state of the market, a cost comparison for in-house HPC versus HPC in the Cloud, and an inside look at the UberCloud HPC Experiment. Finally, multiple great examples of HPC Experiment teams which successfully completed their projects are presented. Please read further in the HPC Magazine March 2014 electronic issue. 

HPC Magazine Cover Story: Inside Look at UberCloud HPC Experiment – L’UberCloud HPC Experiment vu de l’intérieur

hpc-magazine-march-2014-ubercloud-articleMarch 2014 issue of HPC Magazine’s cover  story provides an extensive overview and inside into the overall HPC Cloud market. The article explains what the new HPC Cloud paradigm really is, and covers the major benefits and challenges of the HPC in the Cloud movement for providers and for end users in engineering and computational sciences, the current state of the market, a cost comparison for in-house HPC versus HPC in the Cloud, and an inside look at the UberCloud HPC Experiment. Finally, multiple great examples of HPC Experiment teams which successfully completed their projects are presented. Please read further in the HPC Magazine March 2014 electronic issue, in English  or  en Francais.

UberCloud Marketplace for HPC as a Service Goes Live



UberCloud is the online community and marketplace where engineers and scientists can discover, try and buy the computing power and expertise on demand they need for their computational and data-intensive tasks.

With the limits of their desktop workstations often unable to provide enough computing power and memory, simulations taking too long, and the number of jobs too small to get quality results, engineers and scientists are looking for additional computing power beyond their desktop workstations. The UberCloud Marketplace provides access to a wide variety of computing providers, software vendors, enabling tools, and independent experts to simplify and ease the search for the most suitable service providers and expertise, out of hundreds that joined UberCloud in the last 18 months. See the complete announcement here.

HPC Experiment at 2014 HPCAC Stanford HPC Exascale Conference

By Rich Brueckner, InsideHPC, February 20, 2014 – In this video published on InsideHPC from the 2014 HPCAC Stanford HPC & Exascale Conference, Burak Yenier from the UberCloud and Frank Ding from Simpson Strong-Tie present: UberCloud HPC Experiment: Paving the Way for HPC as a Service.

Learn more:
Team 47 Heavy Duty Abaqus Structural Analysis using HPC in the Cloud

Resource provider profile: Nimbix
Software provider profile: Nice Software

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HPCaaS experiment becomes commercial service

By Richard Chirgwin, The Register, 4th February 2014 – UberCloud Marketplace goes live. After 18 months of experimentation, UberCloud has launched a commercial service to help academic and industry HPC users find cloud-accessible resources for their projects: a kind of HPC-as-a-service matchmaker. More at http://www.theregister.co.uk/2014/02/04/hpcaas_experiment_becomes_commercial_service/

Discovering HPC Power with the UberCloud Marketplace

Discovering HPC Power with the UberCloud Marketplace
February 6, 2014 – UberCloud Co-founder Burak Yenier and Inside HPC President Rich Brueckner talk about HPC in the Cloud. Burak Yenier explains how enterprises with large workloads can benefit from the UberCloud HPC Experiment and the recently announced UberCloud Marketplace.

View the video at InsideHPC.com

UberCloud Marketplace for HPC as a Service Goes Live


UberCloudLogoJanuary 29, 2014 – UberCloud announced its online Marketplace today in HPCwire and in InsideHPC.

UberCloud is the online community and marketplace where engineers and scientists can discover, try and buy the computing power and expertise on demand they need for their computational and data-intensive tasks.

The UberCloud Marketplace provides access to a wide variety of computing providers, software vendors, enabling tools, and independent experts to simplify and ease the search for the most suitable service providers and expertise, out of hundreds that joined UberCloud in the last 18 months.

Learn more about the UberCloud Marketplace for technical computing.

UberCloud Marketplace for Engineers and Scientists – Introduction Video


Data analysts, engineers, and scientists do some pretty cool stuff on their workstations, such as giving us insight about our businesses and develop new products.

As the math models that they need become more sophisticated, the resources of the workstations fall short and the execution time increases. This can be very frustrating!

There are 3 ways out of this problem:
Get a faster workstation
An in-house cluster of servers
Or access to a remote cluster in the cloud

UberCloud is the community and marketplace for engineers and scientists to get access to the compute power they need.

Engineers and scientists can discover how access to compute power can boost their productivity through case studies and forums. Also available are free hands-on trials and our no hassle marketplace when the user is ready to buy.

Please fill in the Community Registration Form to join the UberCloud Community and benefit from the community services free of charge.

UberCloud on HPCwire Soundbite podcast

January 22nd, 2013 – UberCloud Co-founder Burak Yenier and HPCwire Editor Nicole Hemsoth talk about the HPC in the Cloud market and the progress of the UberCloud HPC Experiment.

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On this episode of Soundbite, we’re talking with Burak Yenier, a co-founder of the UberCloud project. UberCloud is the online community where engineers and scientists discover, try, and buy High Performance Computing (HPC) as a Service from HPC Cloud providers and Supercomputing Centers around the world. Today we’ll check in with the progress and talk about some unique insights and experiences around using cloud for HPC applications as well as discuss what’s in store for the future of the community support ecosystem they’ve built around creating and maintaining high performance compute clouds…

Listen to the 15 minute HPCwire podcast covering the UberCloud HPC Experiment

Recording of the UberCloud – BrightPattern live contact center webinar on February 6th, 2014

On Cloud Nine – ANSYS Advantage Magazine – Volume VII, Issue 3, 2013

Team 8November 2013 – Team 8 explored how HPC in the cloud reduced run-time for a complex multiphase CFD model with realistic particle loading from five days to two days.

Team mates were the end user Sam Zakrzewski from FLSmidth, a leading supplier of complete plants, equipment and services to the global minerals and cement industries; software provider Wim Slagter from ANSYS; resource provider Marc Levrier from Bull/Serviware; and HPC expert Ingo Seipp from Science + Computing.

“The company was interested in reducing the solution time and, if possible, increasing mesh size to improve the accuracy of their simulation results without investing in a computing cluster that would be utilized only occasionally.”

“This project demonstrates the feasibility of migrating powerful computer-aided
engineering applications to the cloud.”

“This experiment demonstrated the potential of the cloud to reduce time required to solve large CFD models while avoiding the need for investing in and administering HPC resources.”

See the detailed article in http://www.ansys.com/staticassets/ANSYS/staticassets/resourcelibrary/article/AA-V7-I3-On-Cloud-Nine.pdf

Real-life Results with the UberCloud CAE Experiment

CFD in the CloudNovember 2013 – Desktop Engineering (DE) describes how engineers in the UberCloud Experiment are seeing higher computing power and ease of use in moving designs and simulations to the cloud.

A few months ago, DE reported in deskeng.com/articles/aabkzs.htm on the UberCloud Experiment as well as on some of the projects that were using it in creating new designs.

Now that some of that design work has reached an advanced stage, DE is following up with a few of the participants (Simpson Strong-Tie and Trek Bicycle) to determine what kind of design work they did in the cloud, along with the challenges and benefits of working with cloud-based designs and simulations. We explore how they fared, including why they decided to move into the cloud, and what their challenges were in doing so.

See the full article in Desktop Engineering at deskeng.com/articles/aabmwz.htm.

Actual Case Studies Focused on Solving Real Computing Problems

UberCloud HPC Experiment Compendium of Case Studies
June 2013 – The UberCloud HPC Experiment started in mid-2012 with the aim of exploring the end-to-end process employed by digital manufacturing engineers to access and use remote computing resources in HPC centers and in the cloud, on demand.

This Compendium of 25 case studies is selected from the first 60 teams of the HPC Experiment to raise awareness in the digital manufacturing community about the benefits and best practices of using remote HPC capabilities. This illuminating document is an invaluable resource for engineers, managers and executives who believe in the strategic importance of applying advanced technologies to help drive their organization’s productivity to perceptible new levels.

Download to read this compendium of 25 case studies at http://tci.taborcommunications.com/UberCloud_HPC_Experiment

Developments in HPC in the Cloud and the HPC Experiment

May 2013 – Keynote speaker Jason Stowe, CEO Cycle Computing talks about benefits and use cases for HPC in the Cloud. Jason covers Molecular Modeling for Cancer Cells, Nuclear Reactor Simulations, and Genomics Sequencing as current use cases.

More presentations are on Slideshare.

Abaqus Simulation of Stents for a Narrowed Artery

Abaqus Simulation of Stent in Artery
March 2013 – The UberCloud CompBio Experiment explores the end-to-end process of accessing and using remote computing resources as a service, and learning how to resolve the many roadblocks. Teams are built around ongoing projects chosen by the end-users. End-users and software providers were paired, assigned a computing expert, and matched with a suitable resource provider. Each team’s goal was to complete the project while charting their way around the hurdles they identified.

Read the whole article at Bio-IT World:

UberCloud at the HPC Advisory Council, Stanford Conference 2013

February 2013 – In this video, UberCloud co-founder Burak Yenier discusses the UberCloud HPC Experiment, recorded at the HPC Advisory Council Stanford Conference 2013.

Watch the presentation given by UberCloud co-founder Burak Yenier, on YouTube:

Primeur Magazine interview with UberCloud co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch

July 2013 – Primeur Magazine interviewed UberCloud co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch. The UberCloud HPC Experiment aims at helping small and medium enterprises (SMEs) to get into HPC Cloud usage by forming teams consisting of the SME end user and the software provider, and matching them with a well-suited hardware provider and an HPC / Cloud expert.

In this video interview, Wolfgang explains the results of the 115 experiments conducted or under way until now, and the plans to support the Digital Manufacturing and the HPC/Cloud community.

The video interview took place on July 26, 2013 following the Almere Cloud Summerschool 2013.

Watch the interview on YouTube:

Paving the Way to Better Engineering Simulation

August 2013 – The UberCloud CAE Experiment has been designed to discover and reduce many of the barriers such as the complexity of HPC and intellectual property and sensitive data and privacy concerns” says UberCloud co-founder Wolfgang Gentzsch. By participating in this experiment and moving engineering applications to remote computing resources, engineers can expect several benefits including a vendor-independent matching platform for digital manufacturing and free, on-demand access to hardware, software and expertise during the experiment.

Read the full article in the Desktop Engineering Magazine:

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