Get Started Guide for HPC Pack 2016 Hybrid
This guide provides basic conceptual information and general procedures for installing a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster by using Microsoft® HPC Pack 2016. With HPC Pack, you can create and manage HPC clusters consisting of dedicated on-premises compute nodes, part-time servers, workstation computers, and on-demand compute resources that are deployed in Microsoft Azure.
The steps in this guide will help you to extend your on-premises HPC Pack cluster into Azure using the latest version of HPC Pack 2016: HPC Pack 2016 Update 3.
- To learn about late-breaking issues and other important information about HPC Pack 2016 Update 3, review the release notes.
Checklist: Deploy an HPC cluster
The following articles describes the steps of designing and deploying an Hybrid HPC Pack cluster.
|Burst to Azure IaaS VM||Instruction to deploy azure ARM based IaaS VM from on-premises HPC Pack Cluster|
|Burst to Azure PaaS worker role nodes||A tutorial on set up a hybrid HPC Pack Cluster with Azure Windows PaaS nodes|
|Burst to Azure Batch Pool||A tutorial to extend your existing HCP Pack Cluster to include Azure Batch pools as compute resource|