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UberCloud’s Azure Sales Guide: How to sell Azure HPC to my Accounts

UberCloud AzureIn the last 12 months we have been invited by Microsoft colleagues to several Azure workshops and training events for Microsoft sales and marketing, blackbelts, and business development experts, to present the UberCloud – Azure solution and sales strategies for High Performance Computing (HPC) on Azure. The attached slide deck provides a short insight into HPC and Cloud, describes the fully integrated Azure-UberCloud solutions for engineering simulations in Azure, and offers a few simple steps on how to identify and approach potential customers. Please see the Azure – UberCloud slide deck for details.

Better ANSYS Product Design Using Virtual Reality

Better ANSYS Product Design Using Virtual Reality

Virtual Reality offers a new, yet natural way to interact with information. I had a chance to observe the potential during a recent Lunch & Learn event hosted by iQ3, Ozen Engineering and UberCloud.
When I put the Oculus virtual reality headset on, I saw the body of a virtual airplane, flying in a giant wind tunnel. The structure’s surfaces were fluorescent ranging from yellow to bright red. The colors indicating the air pressure at each virtual spot. I used a mini joystick to dive under the aircraft and felt I was ducking to avoid hitting my head on the giant wing. Turning my head to my right to look at the tip of the wing, I could see the stream lines. These show the flow path of the air below the wing and how the wing surface deflects the flow as the wing cuts through air during flight.
ANSYS computational fluid dynamics software produced the data and iQ3’s software rendered it on the Oculus Virtual Reality headset. Considering the alternative way of observing this information requires sticking an aircraft model in a special, physical wind tunnel, I can appreciate the time and cost savings involved. I believe the real breakthrough results will come from being able to adjust the digital model, letting ANSYS simulation software figure out how this impacts the variables that I care about, like pressure, and see the changes, within the same work day.
Ali Merchant, founder of iQ3, explained the use cases range from medical devices to automotive and civil engineering. The equipment required for this demonstration was all off-the-shelf and powered by a standard gaming PC. This makes the investment required for this capability quite reasonable. The required heavy data crunching and storage takes place in the Cloud.
The lunch and learn hosted by UberCloud at the Plug and Play Technology Center in Silicon Valley. It gave the attendees a chance to see how engineers use Cloud computing, pervasive simulation and virtual reality technologies together. Engineers can now experience the effects of their design decisions. We will all enjoy the benefits of faster, cheaper and better products.

Nvidia’s ‘GPU Cloud’ Adopts Containers for Artificial Intelligence Development

Nvidia deep learning smallNvidia’s entry into the cloud market is differentiated from public cloud leaders by its focus on delivering development tools for training artificial intelligence models and running AI workloads using application containers. Nvidia CEO Jensen Huang unveiled the “GPU-accelerated cloud platform optimized for deep learning” during the company’s annual technology conference on Wednesday (May 10). Its AI development stack runs on the company’s distribution of Docker containers and is touted as “purpose built” for developing deep learning models on GPUs. Among the goals is giving AI developers easier access to the growing suite of deep learning software available for AI applications. The on-ramp approach to GPU-based cloud computing addresses growing requirements to gather into a single stack the proliferation of deep learning frameworks, drivers, libraries, operating systems and processors used for AI development. Read HPCwire article HERE.

Bryan Cantrill talks about the history of Jails and Solaris Zones

Bryan Cantrill, CTO of Joyent (now part of Samsung), may be the only person who can deliver an hour talk about Jails, Zones, which were precursor to the now very popular Linux containers.

Bryan Cantrill talks about the history of Jails and Solaris Zones

Video: Microsoft Azure for Engineering Analysis and Simulation

Tejas azure-300x216Tejas Karmarkar from Microsoft presented this talk at SC15: “Azure provides on-demand compute resources that enable you to run large parallel and batch compute jobs in the cloud. Extend your on-premises HPC cluster to the cloud when you need more capacity, or run work entirely in Azure. Scale easily and take advantage of advanced networking features such as RDMA to run true HPC applications using MPI to get the results you want, when you need them.” See the video HERE.

NUMECA Steps into the Era of Software as a Service with UberCloud Containers

Numeca 200Nov. 10, 2015 – NUMECA and UberCloud announce the release of NUMECA’s complete suite of Computational Fluid Dynamics (CFD) software powered by UberCloud application software containers, now also available as a service in any cloud. All major NUMECA software packages such as FINE/Marine, FINE/Turbo, FINE/Acoustics, FINE/Design3D, AutoMesh, and FINE/Open are now also available in an UberCloud Container running on any server and in any cloud. “When we came across UberCloud’s new application container technology and containerized all our CFD software packages we were surprised about the ease of use and access to any computing system on demand”, said Professor Charles Hirsch, President and founder of NUMECA International, and world-renowned CFD expert. Read the announcement 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.

ENGINEERING.COM Webinar “What’s the best tool for my CAE simulation: workstation, server, cloud?”

ubercloudwebinar-1Finding a computing structure for your CAE is overwhelming considering the vast provider options for workstations, servers, and cloud computing. In this live webinar, you will learn about:
– – – – – The pros, cons, challenges and costs of workstations vs. servers vs. cloud computing
– – – – – UberCloud CAE case studies on different computing options and applications
– – – – – Computing resources for engineers, lessons learned and recommendations

About the Speaker: Wolfgang Gentzsch is the president of UberCloud and an industry consultant for HPC and cloud computing. UberCloud has installed more than 180 custom technical computing options for CAE. Gentzsch has also served as managing director of the North Carolina Supercomputer Center and as a member of the U.S. President’s Council of Advisors on Science and Technology. You can access the webinar presentation from October 21  HERE.

Video: Introduction to Docker in 7 Minutes


In HPC, there are often complex customer workloads that depend on multiple packages, libraries, and operating environments. This makes it difficult to provide customer workload resource guarantees, performance isolation, application encapsulation, repeatability, and compliance. While VMs provide a great deal of flexibility when working in heterogeneous environments, Docker containers are primarily focused on applications and their dependencies. “Docker is an open-source engine that automates the deployment of any application as a lightweight, portable, self-sufficient container that will run virtually anywhere,” explains Docker Founder and CTO Solomon Hykes. See his 7-minute video 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.

Are you in Silicon Valley? Then join UberCloud CEO Burak Yenier at IEEE in San Jose

Burak Yenier, UberCloud FounderOn Tuesday, April 28, 2015, 6:30 PM at Cadence / Bldg 10, 2655 Seely Ave, San Jose, CA our UberCloud CEO Burak Yenier will speak about The Power of Cloud for Technical Applications. Successful companies use computing power (sometimes even High Performance Computing, HPC) to build better products, faster, cheaper. They often need to chose between workstations, clusters, and cloud computing resources. This talk will address the benefits and challenges which each of these approaches bring. As a part of his talk, Burak will demonstrate how UberCloud uses Docker containers to move engineering applications to Cloud providers such as Microsoft Azure. Read more details HERE.

When to Outsource CFD Projects

Outsourcing CFD

Research survey shows that in order to compete with world-class manufacturers, simulation is a must, which suffices the importance of simulation technique in product design process.There’s an entire new trend of outsourcing the CFD projects taking place, allowing companies to offshore their design assessment process at half the cost. But then again, there are intellectual property and quality concerns that restrict many organizations from outsourcing their work. In this article from MCADCafe Mehul Patel from Hi-Tech CFD discusses 5 key considerations that an organization should make before choosing to outsource CFD projects.

Amazon Introduces New Amazon EC2 Container Service

Amazon offers $500 AWS credit

Amazon EC2 Container Service is a highly scalable, high performance container management service that supports Docker containers (which also power the UberCloud Marketplace) and allows you to easily run distributed applications on a managed cluster of Amazon EC2 instances. Amazon EC2 Container Service lets you launch and stop container-enabled applications with simple API calls, allows you to query the state of your cluster from a centralized service, and gives you access to features like security groups, EBS volumes and IAM roles. Amazon EC2 Container Service eliminates the need to operate your own cluster management and configuration management systems or worry about scaling your management infrastructure.

Cycle Computing Powers 70,000-core Amazon AWS Cluster for HGST

stowe-150x150In this slidecast, Jason Stowe from Cycle Computing describes how the company enabled HGST to spin up a 70,000-core cluster from AWS and then return it 8 hours later. “One of HGST’s engineering workloads seeks to find an optimal advanced drive head design, taking 30 days to complete on an in-house cluster. In layman terms, this workload runs 1 million simulations for designs based upon 22 different design parameters running on 3 drive media Running these simulations using an in-house, specially built simulator, the workload takes approximately 30 days to complete on an internal cluster.” Read the full story in in insideHPC HERE.

Time to Reengineer CAE Licensing: Pay Per Core, Per Job, or On Demand?

siemens-cae-symposium-2014At the recent Siemens CAE & Test Symposium (October 22-23), after the relative calm of customer presentations, the evening reached its peak in one of the staterooms during the Meet and Greet that brought together users and analysts. The conversation topic was Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) in the cloud. The inevitable question came up: Do current software licensing methods impede cloud-driven CAE? Roughly 30 minutes before cocktail reception, the exchanges showed no sign of dissipation. Those assembled were still busy trading arguments and counterarguments. Comments flew from Port to Starboard. The crowd was a microcosm of the CAE industry, and the debate seems long overdue. – See more HERE.

Cloud Provider CPU24/7 joins UberCloud Marketplace with OpenFOAM Solution

The partnership brings together two premium computing companies to offer cloud-enabled solutions for engineers and scientist

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 UberCloud, a cloud computing marketplace allowing engineers, scientists and their service providers to offer and use applications in the cloud, 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.

OpenFOAM is a free, open source CFD software package developed by ESI-OpenCFD Ltd at ESI. It has a large user base across most areas of engineering and science. OpenFOAM has an extensive range of features to solve anything from complex fluid flows involving chemical reactions, turbulence and heat transfer, to solid dynamics and electromagnetics. OpenFOAM is now available fully integrated with CPU 24/7 cloud resources on the UberCloud online marketplace providing efficient and optimized remote access to off-the-shelf OpenFOAM based applications running on virtual desktop environments in the cloud.

“The UberCloud marketplace is an open and transparent market for HPC On Demand services, enabling engineers and scientists to find the appropriate HPC On Demand solution, to compare and purchase them at the press of a button. In fact, it is a great opportunity to easily access temporary and scalable computing resources that allow organizations to run more complex and accurate simulations, said Dr.-Ing. Matthias Reyer, Chief Executive Officer & Co-Founder of CPU 24/7. “Together with UberCloud, CPU 24/7 offers cloud customers easy access to leading edge HPC-Cloud enabling CAE solutions through our easy to use Cloud portal, called Resource Area.”

CPU 24/7 currently offers two OpenFOAM cloud products on the UberCloud Marketplace, with more products being introduced to the UberCloud marketplace in the next few months, together with several dozens of cloud-enabled products from other CAE software vendors. According to UberCloud’s CEO Burak Yenier, there are currently 15 software providers (ISVs) in UberCloud’s development pipeline, with more than 60 service products for the marketplace.

“CPU 24/7 is one of the first cloud resource providers which approached us to get on the UberCloud marketplace,” added Wolfgang Gentzsch, President of the UberCloud. “We are very pleased to jointly offer two different kinds of products on the UberCloud marketplace: an OpenFOAM Fluid Dynamics ‘starter edition’ for 1,000 core hours and a ‘standard edition’ for 10,000 core hours targeted to the European HPC service market; and more to come.”

CPU 24/7, based in Potsdam and with data centres in Berlin and Hamburg, specializes in providing scalable High Performance Computing (HPC) power “as a service” for applications related to Computer-Aided-Engineering (CAE) such as Computational Fluid Dynamics and Computational Structural Mechanics. As such, CPU 24/7 offers on-demand computing power resources and provides custom-made and dedicated HPC systems and capabilities with a ready-to-run and remote workstation environment as an all-inclusive package taking in the HPC instance on bare metal servers, interconnection, data traffic, storage, comprehensive support, security and software, like OpenFOAM. HPC remote resources are available either as flexibly and online bookable computing capacities for a limited period of time (Resource Area) or also as continuous state-of-the-art HPC systems geared to one’s individual needs. Either way, CPU 24/7 provides users with a completely pre-configured and easy-to-use workstation environment so that customers are able to run their calculations and simulations remotely like they normally would do on a desktop pc. For more information please visit http://www.cpu-24-7.com.

ABOUT The UberCloud
The UberCloud started in 2012 with inviting the wider technical computing community of engineers and scientists and their service providers to participate in real-life hands-on experiments to move and run the end-users applications in the cloud. 155 of these experiments have been performed so far and the challenges carefully investigated. Based on this experience, the UberCloud online marketplace platform has been developed. Today, end-users and service providers have one common access point for technical computing in the cloud: the UberCloud information, community, experiment, and online marketplace to discover, try, and buy computing on demand. For more information please visit https://www.TheUberCloud.com.

UberCloud to Host NICE Software Solutions in the UberCloud Marketplace


Heidelberg, Germany, September 29, 2014 – UberCloud, a cloud computing marketplace allowing engineers, scientists and their service providers to implement end-users applications in the cloud, and NICE Software, a company dedicated to providing Technical Cloud Products and Solutions to customers worldwide, announced today 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 200 researchers, engineers and consultants to discuss the latest 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.

NICE DCV will soon arrive to the UberCloud online marketplace to deliver efficient and optimized remote access for graphic-intensive, off-the-shelf 3D applications running on desktop environments in the cloud. The software integrates seamlessly with major CAD, CAE, Petro-technical, medical and scientific visualization software, and is encrypted based on enterprise level security standards. NICE DCV allows sharing of a physical GPU in the cloud between multiple sessions, while offering full graphic acceleration and high-end workstation-class performance. The comprehensive NICE EnginFrame Views session management portal integrates with all major HPC schedulers to distribute and manage remote 3D sessions while maintaining the utmost security. NICE DCV is certified for various ISVs and provides the highest compatibility, quality and performance of Remote 3D Visualization support for dozens of ISV products currently in the cloud. Based on the performance, scalability and reliable features of NICE DCV, graphic processing unit manufacturer NVIDIA has introduced NICE as a key Virtualization Solution Partner.

For companies that are curious on how to effectively implement and deploy the targeted Remote 3D and HPC to production operations, NICE offers consulting packages to help any customer move seamlessly into using NICE software solutions.

“Working with the UberCloud marketplace opens NICE to a new and exciting market and online sales channel fostering the presence in the cloud market with an amazingly simple shopping experience for our customers with a focus on the HPC-cloud,” said Dr. Karsten Gaier of Italian NICE Software at the ISC Cloud Conference. “Together with UberCloud, NICE offers cloud customers easy access to the NICE leading edge HPC-Cloud enabling solutions in the domain of Remote 3D Visualization and easy to use HPC management portals.”

NICE products will be introduced to the UberCloud marketplace later in 2014, together alongside several dozens of cloud-enabled products from other software vendors. According to UberCloud’s CEO Burak Yenier, there are currently 15 software providers in UberCloud’s development pipeline, with more than 60 service products for the marketplace.

“NICE was one of the first software companies which approached us to get on the UberCloud marketplace,” added Wolfgang Gentzsch, President of the UberCloud. “We are very pleased to jointly offer three different kinds of products on the UberCloud marketplace: reselling NICE DCV as is; bundling DCV for the cloud together with other ISV software like ANSYS; and packaging professional services for those who want it ready to go.”


NICE delivers Technical Cloud Products and Solutions, to worldwide customers, boosting productivity, saving money on IT and enabling faster design cycles and collaboration. NICE helps centralizing, optimizing and consolidating HPC and visualization resources while empowering distributed and mobile Engineering workforces to run batch and interactive applications anywhere, with any client. NICE also allows engineering teams around the world to collaborate by sharing application sessions over standard networks. For more information, please visit http://www.nice-software.com.


The UberCloud started in 2012 with inviting the wider technical computing community of engineers and scientists and their service providers to participate in real-life hands-on experiments to move and run the end-users applications in the cloud. 155 of these experiments have been performed so far and the challenges carefully investigated. Based on this experience, the UberCloud online marketplace platform has been developed. Today, end-users and service providers have one common access point for technical computing in the cloud: the UberCloud information, community, experiment, and online marketplace to discover, try, and buy computing on demand. For more information, please visit https://www.TheUberCloud.com.

Contact: Wolfgang Gentzsch, President, The UberCloud
Email: [email protected]

Join ISC Big Data Conference in Heidelberg Oct 1- 2


This year’s ISC Big Data conference takes place in Heidelberg, Germany, October 1 and 2. The conference will present attendees with the latest developments in data-centric computing from both industry players and researchers. The conference theme – From Data to Knowledge – reflects the nature of all big data applications, encapsulating the challenges as well as the solutions. ISC Big Data will explore all aspects of that data-to-knowledge path. At center-stage is Hadoop, a rapidly evolving parallel framework for digesting some of the largest datasets in the world. But there are many other software solutions from a growing array of companies offering alternatives to Hadoop. This surge of solutions reflects not only the relative youth of the big data market, but its application diversity as well. Please see the full conference program HERE.

Case Study: CFD Simulation in Autodesk Cloud

This Webinar which took place July 31 2014 presents the UberCloud Experiment Team 142: Simulation has the potential to accelerate product development, yet in some cases computational demands make large scale tests and comparisons impractical. Many engineers are looking to the cloud for on demand, elastic computing capacity that can be applied to these problems to virtually test and optimize their designs faster and more efficiently.

To view the recorded webinar please log in to your UberCloud account.

Autodesk Simulation in the Cloud


In this webinar, we have a look at a real life 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 has thirty years of experience in industrial product engineering with special focus on control valve design and application. During the course of this project, he sent over 200 simulation scenarios to the cloud for solution. Flow data was collected for six control positions of a representative control valve and ten combinations of pressure drop for each position. This project required one license that supported both local solving on the end user’s workstation and solving on the cloud. Using the elastic computing capacity of the cloud, simulations were solved in parallel to dramatically reduce total compute time. In this case the cloud compute option demonstrated the potential to reduce the total solve time from several weeks down to a day.

In this session Mark talks about his application and the end-to-end process of preparing the application on his workstation, sending the data set to the Autodesk cloud, performing the many simulations, getting the data back to his workstation, and finally performing the visualization and evaluation of the results. Jon den Hartog, Autodesk Sr. Product Line Manager, will explain the software, resources, and support provided along the way.

– Mark A. Lobo, Principal, Lobo Engineering PLC.
– Jon den Hartog, Autodesk Sr. Product Line Manager
– Burak Yenier, CEO of the UberCloud

Recordings of the demonstration and animated visualizations of the simulation results:
Typical Simulation CFD Workflow Demonstration
Severe Service Control Valve Flow Path
Flow Path Change with Control Position

Linda Treiman joins UberCloud as Director of Relationship Management

Linda Treiman concentrates on growing and strengthening the UberCloud community. Linda has sold high tech hardware, software and services for over twenty-five years. For the last ten years, she has worked with small and startup technology companies to identify target markets, develop the sales strategy, recommend a marketing approach and sell initial deals to early adopters. She specializes in working with companies targeting financial services, pharmaceuticals, biotechs and any company interested in using cloud.

Save the date: ISC Cloud and ISC Big Data Sept 29 – Oct 2 in Heidelberg

heidelberg-marriott-hotel_222x148Join us at the next ISC Cloud Conference for HPC, engineering & scientific apps, architectures, and tools in public, private, and hybrid clouds, Sept 29-30, Heidelberg, Germany. Topics: a hands-on tutorial: How to Access Cloud Resources from my Desktop; Industry & Research: Real End-User Case Studies: Secrets about their Success; Technical Clouds: Challenges & Solutions; Application Software Providers and Clouds: They Finally Move; EU Supports Cloud R&D: BonFIRE, CloudFlow, CloudSME, EGI, Fortissimo, and Helix Nebula. The conference program is available here. Save the date and register with early bird rate. You might also be interested in the 2-day ISC Big Data Conference which follows ISC Cloud.

Engineering Simulation: Where we are and how we got here

Engineering Simulation is a 2 part webinar series discussing where the engineering simulation market has its roots, its current status and its future.

Part 1 was presented on February 12th and part 2 was presented on February 25th. The slides and video recording for both are available below (please log in to view).


Please log in to view this recorded webinar and the slide deck.

HPC Experiment on Twitter

Ontario Centers for Excellence HPC Symposium on November 26 2013


Ontario Centres of Excellence (OCE) and UberCloud are hosting an HPC Symposium in Toronto.

This will be an opportunity to demonstrate to Ontario small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs) and other related parties the commercial benefits of using remote high performance computing (HPC) resources as part of their R&D. Benefits include higher quality design and products; shorter time to market; reduction in product failure during design, development, and production; and considerable cost savings.

Register for the OCE HPC Symposium on November 26, 2013


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Cloud-IO-Sphere offers breakthrough solutions, technology and practices fort he creation of easy-to-use, transparent, business-driven Cloud interfaces and infrastructure, such as holistic identity management, cloud security and protection, comprehensive monitoring and reporting, and a self managing adaptive real-time infrastructure.

Visit Cloudiosphere on the UberCloud Exhibit to learn more.

SGI Cyclone

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Sabalcore offers professional High Performance Computing services in the Cloud. Sabalcore supports many open-source and commercial CAE software. You need a solution that will increase production and lower over-all costs at the same time. Sabalcore’s High Performance Computing Cloud computing services are designed to run commercial and open-source CAE/CFD applications such as OpenFOAM® and STAR-CCM++®. Reduce costs and increase productivity with Sabalcore’s High Performance Computing services.

Visit SGI Cyclone on the UberCloud Exhibit to learn more.


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Samplify’s APAX application acceleration technology for HPC in the Cloud:

1. Upload 1 TB data to the cloud faster than shipping a hard drive.
2. Achieve 33% faster time to results.
3. Use 44% fewer cloud server instances.
4. Lower cloud computing costs by 70%.

Visit Samplify on the UberCloud Exhibit to learn more.

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