NetApp Cloud Volumes Service Accelerates I/O-Intensive Workloads
High performance computing (HPC) users often want to run workloads in the cloud for exactly the same reasons as more mainstream cloud users:
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.
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