Gaining the Competitive Edge: The IT Roadmap for Transitioning to Cloud HPC

Gaining the Competitive Edge: The IT Roadmap for Transitioning to Cloud HPC

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In today’s rapidly evolving technology world, CIOs and IT leaders struggle to allocate sufficient resources for designing and developing superior products. Enterprise organizations can overcome these challenges and gain a competitive advantage, all while maintaining a lean and agile IT structure, by transforming stagnant on-premise IT into a scalable cloud HPC environment. This white paper provides:

  • A step-by-step implementation plan for moving to cloud HPC:
    Understand what is needed for your company to transition to a cloud HPC system, whether you’re looking for overflow capacity, a hybrid cloud/on-premise integration, or a complete cloud adoption for simulations.
  • An examination of the advantages and flexibility gained by leveraging cloud HPC:
    With cloud HPC, organizations can accelerate product design and development; decrease overall HPC costs while remaining flexible and responsive to internal needs; and provide enterprise level visibility, management, and IT security controls.
  • A total cost of ownership (TCO) comparison between cloud and on-premise HPC infrastructure:
    See the detailed breakdown illustrating the significant cost reductions gained by moving to cloud HPC.

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