AWS HPC Blog
Today we’re announcing Research and Engineering Studio on AWS, a self-service portal to help scientists and engineers access and manage virtual desktops to see their data and run their interactive applications in the cloud.
In this post, we’ll show you the performance and price curves when Ansys Gateway, powered by AWS runs on different HPC instances – this should help you make the right hardware choices for running Fluent simulations in the cloud.
In this post we’ll show you the performance when running the Parallel Lattice Boltzmann Solver (Palabos) on the latest generation of AWS Graviton CPUs in Hpc7g instances on AWS.
AWS is developing new tools that enable easier and faster deployment of level 3/4 digital twins. This post discusses how a fleet calibrated level 3 digital twin can be cost effectively deployed on AWS Cloud.
In this blog post, we’ll explore how Green Urban Scenarios simulator (GUS) helps urban planners explore the impact of green infrastructure on the urban environment using digital twins and simulations scaled using AWS Batch.
Digital twins can be hard if they deviate from real-world behavior as real systems degrade and change over time. Today we’ll show digital twins that calibrate on operational data, using TwinFlow on AWS.
Today, we’re diving deep into the open-source frameworks that move MPI messages around, and showing you how work we did in the Open MPI and libfabrics community lead to an improvement for EFA users – and everyone else, too.
Today we’ll help you understand agent-based models and their potential to impact the environment and socio-economic systems. We’ll explore a few use cases and show how ABMs can improve our comprehension of environmental and social decision making.
AWS Batch recently added support for Graviton and Windows containers on Fargate. Read about how these and other features like large task sizes and configurable local storage make AWS Batch on Fargate a fantastic serverless solution for your batch workloads.
AWS ParallelCluster 3.7 now supports adding login nodes to your cluster, out of the box. Here, we’ll show you how to set this up, and highlight some important tunable options for tweaking the experience.