HPC presentation from BUILD

Come watch our development manager, Greg Burgess, give a talk on how HPC applications can be made to work in Windows Azure.

Windows Azure is an ideal environment for deploying compute-intensive apps that take advantage of the scale-on-demand capability of the cloud. The HPC Pack for Windows Azure provides a job scheduler, management tools, and a set of runtimes for developing and deploying parallel and scale-out apps. This talk will present app examples and best practices for using the HPC Pack in Windows Azure to rapidly create scalable compute and data-intensive services. Programming models include parallel apps using MPI, scale-out apps using WCF and data intensive apps using HPC to LINQ.

 

https://channel9.msdn.com/Events/BUILD/BUILD2011/SAC-452T

 

If the talk and the idea of making an application that can easily burst to the cloud or bulding a Windows Azure-based HPC server excites you, sign up with our beta program so you can be one of the first to try out the new tools when they become available: http://connect.microsoft.com/HPC/content/content.aspx?ContentID=6923