With the general availability of Azure HBv4 and HX series virtual machines today, Microsoft has integrated the latest 4th Gen AMD EPYC™ processors with AMD 3D V-Cache™ technology.
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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.
The all-new HX-series and HBv4-series VMs are optimized for a variety of HPC workloads such as computational fluid dynamics (CFD), finite element analysis, frontend and backend electronic design automation (EDA), rendering, molecular dynamics, computational geoscience, weather simulation, AI inference, and financial risk analysis.
After a couple years of virtual-only events, Microsoft Azure is thrilled to be joining you in person in Dallas this year for Supercomputing—and we’ve got some exciting things in store!
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.