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How to Build an HPC Cloud in 4 Easy Steps

Damon Miller over at the CloudSwitch blog has posted a simple recipe for building an HPC cluster.

As the demand for computing power continues to grow, CloudSwitch makes it easy to build a grid of any size in the cloud — quickly, cost-effectively, and securely. Researchers and analysts can run even the most compute-intensive HPC workloads in the cloud, with the same tools and processes used inside the data center. As our customers are discovering, this ability to access almost unlimited computing resources on demand, paying only for what you use, can be a huge competitive advantage.

CloudSwitch uses powerful tools like ROCKS to speed cluster deployments. Check out their demo or read the Full Story.

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