DescriptionAs companies across diverse industries recognize the huge benefits that high-performance computing (HPC) can unleash, the appetite for HPC services shows no sign of slowing. Universities and research teams, so often on the boundaries of innovation, are uniquely positioned to uncover and drive forward new applications for these solutions.
Aeromines is a scientific computing cloud platform for computational fluid dynamics developed at Mines Paristech and marketed by Transvalor to industrial clients in several domains: Aerospace, Defense, Automotive, Construction, Energy, etc.
We present this unique project based upon cluster virtualization technology from IBM that brings students, researchers and industries together in a secure, flexible and collaborative high-performance computing environment – reducing the costs of complex computational modeling, providing unlimited storage and total security and shortening the time taken to test new ideas by 91%.
Additionally, this session will cover the advantages of this innovative solution and highlight the benefits of this collaboration including: • A flexible hybrid-cloud infrastructure tailored for HPC providing on-premise performance and the ability to easily burst to the cloud as required. • A complete PaaS solution to easily host the Aeromines software stack with enterprise grade scheduling • Security, with isolated resources to either a shared cluster or dedicated clusters for clients with highly confidential data • Flexibility with the ability to grow or shrink resources depending on client demands.