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Feature stories from CAE, HPC, Energy, Digital
Manufacturing, Life Sciences, Big Data, and AI.
The new UberCloud Newsletter is out! We hope you will enjoy these hand-picked articles, webinars, presentations which we collected over the last month for you from UberCloud and the world of Technical Computing in the Cloud.
Thanks, and Regards,
The UberCloud Team
HPC Cloud Market grows from $2.5 to $7.4 Billion in 2023
At this year’s Supercomputing Conference in Denver, Colorado, the Hyperion Research team presented their latest market research update and forecast about HPC, HPDA-AI, Cloud Computing, Quantum Computing, and this year’s winners of the Innovation Excellence Award. See video and presentation slides HERE.
Transvalor and UberCloud announce Software as a Service on Azure
At their International Simulation Days in October 2019 in Sophia Antipolis, France, Stéphane Andrietti from French metal-forming simulation software provider Transvalor announced that a new cloud service (powered by UberCloud) is now available for their flagship software FORGE® and THERCAST®. See video and slides of his presentation HERE.
On Demand HPC on VMware’s vSphere with UberCloud
In this video, we demonstrate the UberCloud solution which leverages the automation capabilities of Terraform with the unique packaging and distributing capabilities of docker containers to dynamically deploy HPC applications on the vSphere platform.
Engineering Simulations Using ANSYS in the Cloud
In this 2nd part of the article in the EnginSoft Magazine, UberCloud presents a series of case studies on cloud-based services for engineering-specific applications, such airbag simulation using ANSYS LS-DYNA, simulation of implantable planar antenna with ANSYS HFSS, and a ninth-grade project to design flying boats using ANSYS Discovery Live in the Cloud.
Fast and Cost-Effective Compressor Map Generation with CFD
In this short ‘coffee break’ webinar video from the Revolution in Simulation organization, the fast and cost-effective compressor map generation from engineering end-user ADSCFD is presented, understanding the effectiveness of Amazon AWS cloud-based CFD simulations for analyzing the NASA CC3 compressor which consists of an impeller with a splitter and a vaned diffuser, which is representative of a typical centrifugal compressor configuration.