November 03, 2010
Last week at the ISC Cloud event in Frankfurt, Germany I spent some time talking with Boyd Davis, Vice President of Intel’s Architecture Group. During the conference he presented a session entitled, “Enabling Scalable and Secure Cloud Infrastructures to Meet the Demands of Compute Intensive Workloads” which addressed the issue that, as Boyd put it, in many ways one can (and Intel does) look at HPC as a workload and views cloud as an architecture. Accordingly, the question becomes how do you then drive an HPC workload onto a cloud computing architecture?
Boyd does a decent job of answering his own question…
Posted by Tom Tabor - November 03, 2010 @ 12:31 AM, Pacific Daylight Time
Tom is the publisher of HPC in the Cloud. He has over 30 years of experience in business-to-business publishing, with the last 22 years focused primarily on High Productivity Computing (HPC) technologies.
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