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Create and manage a cloud-based high-performance computing (HPC) cluster by taking advantage of
Microsoft HPC Pack and Azure compute and infrastructure services. HPC Pack is Microsoft's free HPC solution built on Microsoft Azure and Windows Server technologies and supports a wide range of HPC workloads.
For more options to run large-scale parallel, batch, and HPC workloads in Azure, see
Technical resources for batch and high-performance computing.
This article focuses on options to create HPC Pack clusters to run Windows workloads. There are also options for creating clusters to run
Linux HPC workloads with HPC Pack. Run an HPC Pack cluster in Azure VMs Azure templates Azure VM images PowerShell deployment script Tutorials Manual deployment with the Azure portal Cluster management Add worker role nodes to an HPC Pack cluster Integrate with Azure Batch Create RDMA clusters for MPI workloads