Just a year ago, Schrödinger created a 50,000 node AWS cluster, and used it to screen 21 million compounds against a biological molecule target. In just three hours. The run cost just $15,000 and netted 100 compounds for further analysis. This really highlighted just how much benefit HPC could get from the cloud.
Most recent post, harsharam, 8/14/2015 3:16:33 AM good one
Main Street is finding out that it has to only look at its warehouses to find the collateral that will attract the liquidity for its working capital needs even as banks withdraw to safer havens. The cloud is helping track the movement of goods in the supply chain to paying customers, and provides visibility needed to assess risk.
Most recent post, subbuvarma, 8/22/2015 2:28:46 AM nice article
The pressure to move to the cloud is increasing exponentially. CEOs and CFOs look for cost savings, while forward-thinking CIOs see a quantum leap in modernization, agility and ability to respond to business process change.
While most large corporation use some form of encrypted communications, such as VPNs and point-to-point connections, most data stored in their data centers and private clouds is still unencrypted. After a hacker finds his way in, it is not difficult to download sensitive data and make use of it. But if the data is encrypted then the hacker would need to ...
With the CEO mumbling "Why not use the Cloud to fix IT?" at every opportunity, CIOs with legacy IT systems must be feeling a little tender on the subject of replacing heavily invested systems with new untried solutions. All too often the reaction is to delay any decision on moving operations, risking increasing the pain level of the inevitable move ...
You would figure that any provider of cloud-based applications or storage would automatically back up your data, just in case. After all, the cloud-based computing world is based on data centers, which have to perform backup no differently than any in-house data center found in a major corporation.
One of the original reasons behind moving to SaaS was to free up enterprise IT departments from having to install and maintain software and allow someone else to do the heavy lifting. So it's interesting to see that the tables might be turning away from the established, standardized and centralized model for cloud-based software delivery and moving ...
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