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  • Blog Post: Microsoft Windows Azure Academic Training Days for Educators and Researchers

    Windows Azure is an open and flexible global cloud platform supporting any language, tool, or framework, and is ideally suited to educators and researchers’ needs across all disciplines. In association with Microsoft Research we are please to announce FREE training for academic educators and researchers...
  • Blog Post: Power of the Cloud for Research

    Microsoft BizSpark , Techila Technologies have published a selection of new video explaining how cloud computing might be able to boost researchers success and innovation.  As changes and enhancements in cloud computing progress at such a rapid rate its important as researchers and academics you...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure and HPC + Partners

    Techila Technologies together with Microsoft have just published a new video explaining how cloud computing might be able to boost institutions success and innovation. I wanted to share you this information as you might be interested of hearing what Techila does today and what "cloud" in big...
  • Blog Post: System Center 2012 - Importance of Private Clouds within the Education

    Last week I had a  number of interesting discussions with Universities in relation to the importance of Private Clouds within the Education and the opportunity which public and private cloud offers institutions IT Services and academics. The opportunities presented are specifically in relation to...
  • Blog Post: 22nd Machine Evaluation Workshop HPC, Windows Azure and Techila moving your workload to the cloud

      I had the pleasure of attending the 22nd Machine Evaluation Workshop in Liverpool. Please find below a copy of the Microsoft presentation   MEW22 22nd Machine Evaluation Workshop Microsoft Additionally please find some technical materials about how the Techila solution. Techila is a middleware...
  • Blog Post: 2011 Daresbury Machine Evaluation Workshop HPC, Windows Azure and Techila moving your workload to the cloud

    The forthcoming 2011 Daresbury Machine Evaluation Workshop will be held on 29 and 30 November 2011 at a new venue - the Adelphi Hotel Liverpool . This Workshop is now established as a leading national event dedicated to distributed high performance scientific computing. The principle objective is to...
  • Blog Post: MATLAB and R on Windows Azure via Techila

    Techila is a middleware solution for High Performance Computing that enables existing applications to utilize more computing capacity. I believe that the key problem in business and operational computing is the lack of application performance. There are enormous amounts of computing capacity available...
  • Blog Post: Iterative MapReduce on Windows Azure

    Project Daytona: Iterative MapReduce on Windows Azure This new platform expands the toolset for scientists in need of large-scale data computation capabilities, making it easier for scientists to use the cloud and access their data. Learn more: · Microsoft Research Debuts ‘Daytona’ Azure Analytics Tools...
  • Blog Post: Windows HPC with Burst to Windows Azure Training Course

    This Resource Kit contains samples that demonstrate HPC application types and concepts shown in the article "Windows HPC with Burst to Windows Azure Application Models and Data Considerations". This new version of the resource kit includes samples that demonstrate the new features of the HPC...
  • Blog Post: Windows HPC with burst to Windows Azure - Code Samples now available

    Windows® HPC Server 2008 R2 SP1 enables administrators to increase the power of the on-premises cluster by adding computational resources in Windows Azure. With the Windows Azure “burst” scenario, various types of HPC applications can be deployed to Windows Azure nodes and run on these nodes in the same...
  • Blog Post: July Update from Microsoft Research & Faculty Connection

    Functional Contact Lens Monitors Blood Sugar Without Needles – Video Researchers from the University of Washington and Microsoft Research Connections are working together to develop a non-invasive, technological solution to improve both the health and overall quality of life for diabetics: a contact...
  • Blog Post: Introduction to the Windows Azure Marketplace

    Marketplace The Windows Azure Marketplace is a global online market for customers and partners to share, buy, and sell finished SaaS applications and premium datasets. The marketplace offer a interesting resource for academic worldwide. The marketplace simply provides you access to Windows Azure based...
  • Blog Post: Introducing Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 SP2 white paper

    As your all aware from one of my recent posts HPC customers now have access to additional resources, which have been made available with the release of Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 2 . I am pleased to announce the availability of a new white paper entitled Introducing Windows HPC Server 2008...
  • Blog Post: HPC Server 2008 R2 SP2 Update

      HPC Server 2008 R2 SP2 is available for download HPC Server 2008 R2 SP2 is now available for download. This service pack updates the HPC Pack 2008 R2 products listed in the 'System Requirements' section. It provides improved reliability as well as an enhanced feature set including: Enhanced Windows...
  • Blog Post: High Performance Computing Training Resources for academia

    For those interested in High Performance Computing using Windows HPC Server 2008R2 and Windows Azure please see the following training materials available at   download.microsoft.com .  A number of academic worldwide including participants from TCCAP, collaborators from MSR Cloud futures conference...
  • Blog Post: University of Southampton High Performance Computing (HPC) Case Study

    Have you thought about a HPC resource built on Windows Technology? For the past 30 years, the University of Southampton has been a leader in high performance computing (HPC). As computational research expanded beyond the fields that traditionally use it, demand grew for a user-friendly HPC interface...
  • Blog Post: On premise HPC Cluster with the power of the cloud

    Did you know that the minimum requirement for Windows Azure Burst configuration is one on-premise (local) machine with Windows HPC Server installed. This extremely low barrier to entry allows anyone to create a mini-super computer on Azure with powerful HPC scheduling mechanism. So if you have...
  • Blog Post: Microsoft Research the power of Parallel Programming, Dyrad and Windows Azure

    Microsoft Research are doing some interesting things with parallel programming and service called Dyrad: A general purpose distributed execution platform. What were excited about in the academic arena is the use of Windows Azure and Dryad as the combination of both these resources offer the novice parallel...
  • Blog Post: Windows Azure Round-up and Cloud Scenarios

    Below is a collection of a number of white papers on cloud-related to the Windows Azure Services: A Developer’s Guide to Service Bus for the Windows Azure Platform AppFabric Alinean TCO Case Study – Whitepaper An Introduction to Windows Azure Platform AppFabric for Developers...
  • Blog Post: Windows HPC and Azure in Academia

    I have some information here that might be helpful for you or your development staff in regard to getting up to speed on HPC and Azure. I also have some information at the bottom of this email regarding how you can get access to Azure accounts. There are of course a multitude of links you can find all...
  • Blog Post: Python Tools for Visual Studio 2010

    An integrated environment for developing Python in VS2010 Python Tools for Visual Studio is a free & open source plug-in for Visual Studio 2010 from Microsoft's Technical Computing Group . PTVS enables developers to use all the major productivity features of Visual Studio to build Python code...
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