Spotlight on Cloud-First Innovators

Cloud-First: Why it Matters, and What it Enables High Performance Computing (HPC) is the engine that powers computational engineering. Traditional HPC approaches (whether in datacenter or cloud), focus on infrastructure and utilization, as opposed to engineering velocity or R&D collaboration.

A cloud-first approach takes full advantage of what the cloud makes possible: near-unlimited scale, broad variety of architectures, and connectedness. A built-for-the-cloud HPC approach is user-centric, unlimited, connected, intelligent, and automated.

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