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The monthlyUberCloudVoiceNewsletter is out! We hope you enjoy these hand-picked articles from the world of Technical Computing and Cloud.
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Best Practices for Data Security in The Cloud
Experts continue to identify data security as a primary barrier to wider adoption of cloud-based engineering solutions. Concerns are certainly well founded, and it’s important to carefully weigh them before choosing a cloud solution. This article and our security whitepaper available for download might help to move forward.
New Compendium for OpenFOAM CFD Simulations in the Cloud
11 Cloud CFD Simulation projects which engineers have run in the CAE cloud, describing the application, challenges, solutions, and benefits of moving workflows to the cloud as well as lessons learned and recommendations for the engineering community.
CST Studio in the Cloud: Three Ways UberCloud Speeds Up CST Simulations
UberCloud's Cloud Simulation Platform provides product design engineers 10x productivity. The way we achieve this is by bringing leading engineering tools like CST Studio Suite to the Cloud and fully deploy their potential. Burak Yenier’s Blog describes how we maximize compute power through highly parallel computing and GPU acceleration in the cloud.
Rev-Sim Coffee Break Video with COMSOL Multiphysics in the Cloud
Watch the most recent 8-minute Webinar Snippet of REV-SIM’s Virtual Coffee Break Webinar series with Bob Farrell, Alan Chalker, Wolfgang Gentzsch: Part 11 - COMSOL Multiphysics: Dielectric heating of an insulated block.
The Internet of Things (IoT) is currently transforming the global economy and promises to continue powering its evolution. Read how the explosion of IoT-enabled devices offers exciting opportunities and challenges for CAE engineers.
UberCloud has recently been recognized for two groundbreaking projects in personalized medicine which both illustrate how scientists can use Cloud HPC to accelerate advancements in the field by enabling less expensive and invasive methods.