High-Performance File Services for AWS - Free eBook

NetApp Cloud Volumes Service Accelerates I/O-Intensive Workloads. Claim this complimentary eBook for free today, before the offer expires.

What's it about?

High performance computing (HPC) users often want to run workloads in the cloud for exactly the same reasons as more mainstream cloud users:

  • Availability of resources whenever they are needed
  • Access to the latest CPUs, GPUs, and other hardware
  • Ability to use services like statistics, analytics, and machine learning
  • Budget limitations that put owning the equipment out of reach

For the purposes of this eBook, we’re not concerned with the ability to run grand challenges in the cloud. Rather, we’ll focus on the wide variety of “high-performance workloads” that require more compute resources and greater shared I/O bandwidth than the typical enterprise cloud application. Examples include genomics, electronic design automation (EDA), seismic data processing, media and entertainment, high-performance databases, and even large software builds.

How to get it

Please ensure you read the terms and conditions to claim this offer. Complete and verifiable information is required in order to receive this free offer. If you have previously made use of these free offers, you will not need to re-register. While supplies last!

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