Big compute with Azure Batch
Big compute and high performance computing (HPC) workloads are normally compute intensive and can be run in parallel, taking advantage of the scale and flexibility of the cloud. The workloads are often run asynchronously using batch processing, with compute resources required to run the work and job scheduling required to specify the work. Examples of Big Compute and HPC workloads include financial risk Monte Carlo simulations, image rendering, media transcoding, file processing and engineering or scientific simulations.
Energy Supply Optimisation
In an energy grid, energy consumers are engaged with various types of energy supplying, trading and storage components such as substations, batteries, windfarms and solar panels, micro-turbines, as well as demand response bids, to meet their respective demands and minimise the cost of energy commitment. To do so, the grid operator must determine how much energy each type of the resources should commit over a time frame, given the prices of soliciting different types of resources and the capacities and the physical characteristics of them.