Cycle Computing, LLC

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 3 days ago

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  • How can you save money with Preemptible VMs?

    You have your workload in production on Google Cloud, so now what? The next step is to do more work without going over budget. Google Cloud offers reduced-rate cloud instances, called Preemptible VMs. Preemptible VM pricing varies by machine type, but can represent a cost savings of up to 80%. Since the prices are fixed, you can easily predict your spend. For customers looking to get the most out ...

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 weeks ago

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
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Generated 4 weeks ago

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  • CycleCloud 6.5.3 released

    Last week we pushed the button on the latest release of our CycleCloud software for managing cloud HPC and Big Compute workloads. This release has one particular feature that many customers customers asked for: Cost Alerting. This new feature will give you the ability to easily set cost alerts on a per-cluster basis. You can set the alert to be dollars per day or per month. This gives you a great ...

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • Using GPUs with CycleCloud

    Cloud Service Providers provide a variety of resources to meet many use cases. Among these are Graphics Processing Units (GPUs), which can be used for both visualization and high-performance computation. This solution brief describes a few examples of how our customers use CycleCloud™ to harness the flexibility and power of cloud GPUs. The post Using GPUs with CycleCloud appeared first on Cycle Co...

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 1 month ago

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  • How do we describe the changes cloud HPC brings?

    We like the word “transformative” to describe cloud HPC. Moving a big compute workload into the cloud is more than just changing where the jobs run. The scale and flexibility that cloud computing offers has the ability to fundamentally change business processes. The post How do we describe the changes cloud HPC brings? appeared first on Cycle Computing.

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Improving ALS research

    Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS), also known as “Lou Gerhig’s disease” is a debilitating and fatal condition that affects 20,000 people in the United States every year. Assistant Professor of Pharmacology May Khanna from the University of Arizona is looking for ALS treatments. This requires simulating molecular docking, which is a very computation-heavy task. She worked […] The post Improving A...

  • Improving ALS research with Google Cloud, Schrödinger, and Cycle Computing

    Today we published a case study describing how the use of Google Cloud enabled one professor to do work she never thought possible. May Khanna, Assistant Professor of Pharmacology at the University of Arizona, studies pharmacological treatments for pain. Her specific area of expertise focuses on research that uses protein binding to develop possible treatments. Using our CycleCloud™ software to ma...

  • Simulating Hyperloop pods on Microsoft Azure

    Earlier today, we published a case study and press release about some work we did with the HyperXite team from the University of California, Irvine team and their efforts in the Hyperloop competition. This team leveraged CycleCloud to run ANSYS Fluent™ on Microsoft Azure Big Compute to to complete their iterations in 48 hours, enabling […] The post Simulating Hyperloop pods on Microsoft Azure appe...

  • HyperXite Case Study

    Elon Musk’s SpaceX started the Hyperloop project as a way to accelerate development of a fast, safe, low-power, and cheap method of transporting people and freight. Using pods in an evacuated tube, a trip from Los Angeles to San Francisco would take just over half an hour instead of one hour by plane or six […] The post HyperXite Case Study appeared first on Cycle Computing.

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Transforming enterprise workloads

    Using cloud resources does more than just move compute from one place to another; it transforms the way our customers do business. This solution brief outlines a few ways our customers have gained benefit from using big compute and cloud HPC. The post Transforming enterprise workloads appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • LAMMPS scaling on Azure InfiniBand

    While public clouds have gained a reputation as strong performers and a good fit for batch and throughput-based workloads, we often still hear that clouds don’t work for “real” or “at scale” high performance computing applications. That’s not necessarily true, however, as Microsoft Azure has continued its rollout of Infiniband-enabled virtual machines. InfiniBand is the […] The post LAMMPS scaling...

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 2 months ago

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  • Cycle Computing Collaborates with ANSYS on its Enterprise Cloud HPC Offering

    CycleCloud to provide orchestration and management for leading engineering simulation cloud offering New York, NY – (Marketwired – February 2, 2017) – Cycle Computing, the global leader in Big Compute and Cloud HPC orchestration, today announced that ANSYS has officially chosen its CycleCloud product to spearhead the orchestration and management behind the ANSYS® Enterprise Cloud™. […] The post Cy...

  • Scale-Out Storage and Big Compute

    Google Cloud, Avere Systems, & Cycle Computing experts share best practices for solving challenges enterprises with growing compute & storage needs face. The post Scale-Out Storage and Big Compute appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Using Cloud Bursting to Count Trees and Shrubs in Sub-Saharan Africa

    This case study describes the NASA Center for Climate Simulation’s (NCCS) use of cloud bursting to count trees and shrubs in Sub-Saharan Africa. We outline the analytic methodology involved in counting and estimating tree size from satellite imagery. Applying these methods over the entire region of interest represents almost 75 TB of data and 150,000 […] The post Using Cloud Bursting to Count Tree...

  • Upgrading CycleCloud

    This video demonstrates how to upgrade a CycleCloud installation to a new version. It covers upgrading the CycleCloud application as well as updating the automation version used by clusters. The post Upgrading CycleCloud appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Use AWS EBS Snapshots to speed instance setup

    Using EBS Snapshots instead of cross-region data transfer saved 20 minutes of compute time for a cancer researcher by making reference data available to compute instances more quickly. Several other options exist for providing reference data in other environments. The post Use AWS EBS Snapshots to speed instance setup appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Leap second #37 is coming!

    An additional second is being added at midnight UTC on December 31, 2016. This post summarizes how cloud service providers handle the leap second. The post Leap second #37 is coming! appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Expand your realm of possibility with Big Data and HPC – Seminar

    Rick Friedman recaps the DellEMC "Expand your realm of possibility with Big Data and HPC" seminar held in Boston earlier this month. The post Expand your realm of possibility with Big Data and HPC – Seminar appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • LISA 16 Cloud HPC BoF

    Summary of the Cloud HPC Birds of a Feather session at LISA 16. A group of 15 people joined to discuss the state of their cloud HPC efforts. The post LISA 16 Cloud HPC BoF appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Cycle Computing at IEEE Big Data Conference

    Michael Requa recaps the IEEE Big Data Conference's Geospatial Workshop. Cycle Computing and NASA presented a recent cloud workflow. The post Cycle Computing at IEEE Big Data Conference appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Dell HPC Community event at SC ’16

    Evan Burness shares his observations from the Dell HPC Community event held before Supercomputing '16 in Salt Lake City, Utah. The post Dell HPC Community event at SC ’16 appeared first on Cycle Computing.

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • Cycle Computing accepted into Microsoft Accelerator

    Last week, Microsoft announced Cycle Computing as one of 10 companies accepted into the latest group of its Accelerator program. The Microsoft Accelerator program is designed to help late-stage startups ramp up their whole organization: sales pipeline development, CEO coaching, finance, human resources, and marketing. Founded about 10 years ago, Cycle Computing has been growing strongly as use of ...

  • Cloud-Agnostic Glossary

    No two cloud service providers are the same. This applies not only to the services they provide, but to what they call the services. At Cycle Computing, we spend a lot of time working with multiple cloud service providers; being able to abstract away small differences in providers is one of the compelling features of CycleCloud... The post Cloud-Agnostic Glossary appeared first on Cycle Computing.

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 7 months ago

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  • Cycle Computing: The Cloud Startup that Just Keeps Kicking

    You may have already seen the article that The Next Platform recently published about us, but if you haven't, take a moment to read it. We are flattered to be recognized by The Next Platform folks. They are forward-thinking and have a long and respected history of covering big compute... The post Cycle Computing: The Cloud Startup that Just Keeps Kicking appeared first on Cycle Computing.

  • Cloud Power: Data Access and Orchestration

    As cloud computing becomes more widely used, the complexity of managing workloads can become more complex. Sometimes this requires the use of more than one cloud service provider. Instead of trying to manage all of these different providers, multi-cloud orchestration offers a more time and cost-effective solution. By keeping data management under control with workflow […] The post Cloud Power: Dat...

Cycle Computing, LLC

Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 8 months ago

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