BioIT World – Time to Test Cloud & to Beat Those Computational Traffic Jams

BioIT_15_logoThis year, unlike any previous BioIT World Conference and Expo, attendees have the opportunity to try out some of our push-button cloud clusters live on the showroom floor. Because many of our customers have paved the way in demanding their Life Science application are deployed on cloud, it means much of the heaving lifting has been done for those ready to start using cloud.

By stopping by the Cycle Computing booth #360, you can:

Test-Drive-imageDiscuss Scientific Computing & BigData on the cloud with one of our solutions architects and Cycle Computing’s leading tools running in a Cloud Computing Test Drive. Some of the Life Science workload & applications Cycle Computing has helped customers deploy on cloud include:

  • Computational Chemistry
  • Big Data workloads
  • Intel Lustre File System
  • Internet of Things data collection and processing
  • Genomics
  • PK / PD
  • Proteomics
  • Clinical Trial Simulation

We hope you’ll stop by to also discuss Cloud Cost optimization, including Spot Instances, and multi-data center workloads.

Keep Calm & Compute On


Keep Calm & Compute On

We also will have a limited number of KEEP CALM & COMPUTE ON t-shirts we’ll be handing out to those who take a short survey in our booth.

Finally – don’t miss our CEO in his two conference speaking sessions:

Conference session – Wed., April 22, 5 p.m.

Creating Customized Research Computing Environments on Cloud, While Addressing Needs for Faster Data Transfer, and a High Performance Parallel File System

JasoJasonStowe_portrait_cropped-smalln Stowe, CEO, Cycle Computing

Cloud provides researchers the ability to create customized computing environments for drug design and life sciences. But with that flexibility, come challenges. This session will review successful enterprise & start-up use cases to highlight how people are using cloud – in production – today. It will also offer a vision into how to address other needs like faster data transfer speeds, a high performance parallel file system (Lustre), and encryption/security.

Keynote introduction

Cycle Computing CEO Jason Stowe also has the honor of introducing Chris Sander for his BioIT World Keynote address. You can learn more here.

We hope to see you at BioIT World – we’re looking forward to another great show!

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