Azure Managed Lustre—Parallel file system for HPC and AI workloads by Dilip Sundarraj Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-managed-lustre-parallel-file-system-for-hpc-and-ai-workloads/
Today we are excited to announce the public preview availability of Microsoft Azure Managed Lustre, a new addition to the Azure HPC + AI storage family of products
Join us at NAFEMS World Congress to learn more about Azure HPC and AI Supercomputing by Lukasz Miroslaw Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/join-us-at-nafems-world-congress-to-learn-more-about-azure-hpc-and-ai-supercomputing/
Design and deployment of high performance computing (HPC) infrastructure is often constrained by physical resources, internal know-how, and policies
ANSYS CFD and Microsoft Azure perform best HPC scalability in the cloud by Tejas Karmarkar Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/ansys-cfd-and-microsoft-azure-perform-the-best-hpc-scalability-in-the-cloud/
Today we are delighted to announce the addition of ANSYS computational fluid dynamics (CFD) solvers to this ecosystem.
Deep Learning, Simulation and HPC Applications with Docker and Azure Batch by Fred Park Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/deep-learning-simulation-and-hpc-applications-with-docker-and-azure-batch/
The Azure Big Compute team is happy to announce version 1.0.0 of the Batch Shipyard toolkit, which enables easy deployment of batch-style Dockerized workloads to Azure Batch compute pools. Azure…
Azure HBv3 virtual machines for HPC, now up to 80 percent faster with AMD Milan-X CPUs by Evan Burness Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-hbv3-virtual-machines-for-hpc-now-up-to-80-percent-faster-with-amd-milanx-cpus/
We are announcing that a private preview is now live for Azure HBv3 virtual machines enhanced by AMD EPYC 3rd Gen processors with 3D v-cache, codenamed “Milan-X”. These processors significantly improve the performance, scaling efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of a variety of memory performance-bound workloads such as CFD, explicit finite element analysis, computational geoscience, weather simulation, and silicon design RTL workflows.
Azure HBv3 VMs for HPC now generally available with AMD EPYC CPUs with AMD 3D V-Cache by Evan Burness Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-hbv3-vms-for-hpc-now-generally-available-with-amd-epyc-cpus-with-amd-3d-vcache/
Azure HBv3 virtual machines (VMs) are now upgraded to and generally available with AMD EPYC 3rd Gen processors with 3D V-Cache, formerly codenamed “Milan-X”, in the Azure East US, South Central, and West Europe regions. The new processors significantly improve the performance, scaling efficiency, and cost-effectiveness of a variety of memory performance-bound workloads such as CFD, explicit finite element analysis, computational geoscience, weather simulation, and silicon design right-to-left (RTL) workflows.
Availability of Linux RDMA on Microsoft Azure by Tejas Karmarkar Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-linux-rdma-hpc-available/
With this release, we mark a new milestone in our cloud journey and in our vision to make HPC and Big Compute more accessible and cost-effective
Azure high-performance computing at Supercomputing 2021 by Kevin Raines Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-highperformance-computing-at-supercomputing-2021/
Azure’s market-leading vision for HPC and AI is based on a commitment to continual improvement and backed by a core of genuine and recognized HPC expertise, using proven HPC technology and design principles, enhanced with the best features of the cloud
Showcasing High-Performance Computing on Windows Azure by Mike Schutz Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/showcasing-high-performance-computing-on-windows-azure/
Earlier today at the High Performance Computing (HPC) in Financial Markets Conference in New York, Microsoft announced the immediate availability of Windows HPC Server 2008 R2
Azure high-performace computing at SC’19 by Evan Burness Bloghttps://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/blog/azure-high-performance-computing-at-sc-19/
HBv2 Virtual Machines for HPC, Azure’s most powerful yet, now in preview Azure HB v2-series Virtual Machines (VM) for high-performance computing (HPC) are now in preview in the South Central US region