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Engineering Software as a Service Now Available From Opin Kerfi and UberCloud

Opin KerfiREYKJAVIK, May 31, 2018 — Opin Kerfi and UberCloud have announced a partnership which enables Opin Kerfi’s customers to gain instant access to world-leading engineering simulation software and UberCloud’s customers to source their compute power from powerful and sustainably fueled Iceland. Opin Kerfi have since 1985 offered IT services and solutions to domestic and international customers, providing substantial financial benefits due to the green, low-cost energy grid especially to high-performance computing users. Previously offering co-location and dedicated services, Opin Kerfi now offer completely subscription-based cloud- and Software-as-a-Service solutions through the link to UberCloud, who makes it easy for engineers to run sophisticated software from ANSYS, Dassault Systèmes, SIEMENS and more on powerful cloud hardware using UberCloud’s unique HPC container technology. Read the full announcement in HPCwire HERE. 

Webinar Recording – – Hybrid HPC and Best Practices for Running ANSYS as a Service

ANSYS on AdvaniaDid you miss this free webinar from Advania Data Centers, HPE, ANSYS and UberCloud, about ANSYS as a Service? Will you learn more about best practices and how your ANSYS simulations can benefit from Hybrid HPC cloud? You can still register for the Webinar Recording HERE and learn more about the following details:

– How HPC as a Service can help you overcome typical engineering challenges
– How to run your ANSYS simulations on powerful remote resources
– What to look for in an HPC as a Service stack
– Licensing options and sample pricing

2018 UberCloud Compendium of Case Studies

Compendium 2018

Here is the 5th annual Compendium of selected case studies based on 13 UberCloud Experiments, sponsored again by Hewlett Packard Enterprise and Intel. These case studies deal with: Airflow within a Nasal Cavity; Ropax Ferry Performance in the Cloud; Implantable Planar Antenna Simulation with ANSYS HFSS; Impurities Transport in a Heat Exchanger Using OpenFOAM; Cardiac Simulator to Study Drug Toxicity; Studying Drug-induced Arrhythmias of a Human Heart with Abaqus; Kaplan turbine flow simulation using OpenFOAM in the Advania Cloud; Peptide Benchmark Using LAMMPS Molecular Dynamics; HPC Cloud Simulation of Neuromodulation in Schizophrenia; Maneuverability of a KRISO Container Ship Model; and more. You can download the 2018 Compendium HERE.

Big Compute in the Microsoft Azure Cloud – A Compendium of Engineering Case Studies

Azure Compendium 2018

UberCloud and Microsoft have helped numerous manufacturers to move (part of) their engineering workload to the Azure Cloud. In many cases we select Azure because of its excellent HPC performance and high scalability (up to hundreds of compute cores). The recent Azure/UberCloud Compendium contains 10 selected engineering case studies, about: Finite Element Analysis for 3D Microelectronic Packaging in the Cloud; Aerodynamic Simulation of an Airfoil using UberCloud Containers on Microsoft Azure; OpenFOAM CFD Modelling and Product Optimization of Dry-type Transformers; Radial Fan CFD Simulation in the Azure Cloud; Spray modeling of PMDI dispensing device on the Microsoft Azure Cloud; Air flow through an engine intake manifold; Airbag simulation with ANSYS LS-DYNA; CFD Analysis of a V6 intake manifold using STAR-CCM+ in the Cloud; CFD Simulation of Vertical Axis Wind Turbines; and CFD Simulation of Airflow within a Nasal Cavity.You can download the Compendium HERE.

InsideHPC Video: Moving Towards Personalized Medicine at The UberCloud

Tucson interview April 2018In the last six years UberCloud has performed 200 cloud experiments with engineers and scientists and their complex applications. In a series of challenging high performance computing applications in the Life Sciences, UberCloud’s HPC Containers have been packaged recently with several scientific workflows and application data to simulate complex phenomena in human’s heart and brain. As the core software for these HPC Cloud experiments we are using the (containerized) Abaqus solver running in a fully automated multi-node HPE environment in the Advania HPC Cloud. Read Rich Bruckner’s article and see the video HERE.

Capitalizing on the opportunity of hybrid cloud in HPC

Univa Hybrid CloudRecently, the industry has reached a tipping point as evidenced in a recent customer survey that showed a marked increase in interest and use of HPC Cloud. This openness is fueled in part by new applications that are suited to Cloud, new Cloud-service and hardware offerings, and advances in management software. Hybrid Cloud computing – the choice of 70% of those deploying Cloud in an Univa survey – has become not just practical, but an essential approach to HPC architectures to ensure enterprise competitiveness. In a new UNIVA HPC Cloud white paper – the first in a series – Univa will examine how enterprise HPC users can best embrace hybrid Cloud with a set of recommendations and a four-step process for getting started.

Team 201: CFD Study of the Maneuverability of a KRISO Container Ship Model in the Cloud

Team 201 1The aim of this UberCloud Experiment #201 from Xin Gao, Master Student at the Department of Dynamics of Maritime Systems at theTechnical University of Berlin, Germany, was to verify the feasibility of overset grids for direct zigzag test using “appended” KRISO Container Ship (KCS) model by means of the NUMECA UberCloud container on the cloud. The commercial CFD software FINE/Marine packaged by NUMECA International S.A. was employed during this experiment. All simulations were run on the newest software version 6.2, whose robustness has been drastically improved. Meanwhile, it was hoped to accelerate simulations through the powerful HPC Cloud resources provided by UberCloud Inc. and NUMECA. Read the detailed case study – sponsored by HPE, Intel, and NUMECA – from Xin Gao HERE.

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