Cycle Computing announced that it will be demonstrating its latest version of the CycleCloud software suite at the 15th Bio-IT World Conference & Expo to be held May 23rd- 25th at the Seaport World Trade Center in Boston. Highlights to be demonstrated include full support for launching and managing GPU instances, complete multi-cloud cost management, and security. Additionally, CEO Jason Stowe will make two presentations during the event. The first will be the keynote introduction to the “Plenary Keynote Session CIO Panel”. Stowe will also present “How Cloud Has Changed Life Sciences” as part of the “Cloud Computing: Implementing Cloud” track
Cycle Computing, the global leader in Big Compute and Cloud HPC orchestration software, today announced that it will be in attendance at the GPU Technology Conference to be held May 8 -11 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA. Cycle is set to showcase how its flagship CycleCloud supports GPU in the cloud. Discussions and demos will be held at Cycle’s booth 530, at the show.
The Datacloud Congress has announced that Cycle Computing has been shortlisted for the 2017 Datacloud Awards. Cycle Computing is on the list for two categories: Cloud Community Impact Award and Best Use of Cloud in Major Enterprise Award. In addition, Cycle Computing’s Customer Operations Manager Andy Howard is a finalist for the Young Technical Leader of the Year Award. As the defining accolade for the industry, the Datacloud Awards provide recognition to genuine invention, service excellence, the continuing evolution of the sector and IT transformation underway.
Cycle Computing’s Customer Operations Manager, Andy Howard, will present “Using Docker, HTCondor, and AWS for EDA model development” at HTCondor Week 2017, to be held May 2-5 in Madison, Wisconsin. Cycle will also be sponsoring a reception for attendees, slated for Wednesday, May 3rd from 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm at the event in Madison.
Cycle Computing, a leader in Big Compute and Cloud HPC orchestration, announced that the HyperXite team is utilizing Cycle Computing’s CycleCloud to manage Microsoft Azure compute hours needed in order to perform detailed simulations using ANSYS Fluent®.
When May Khanna ran her first library of 50,000 compounds against a protein target on Friday, she got only four hits. Only four of 50,000 small molecule compounds docked with the ALS protein. It didn’t bode well for the public presentation scheduled for Monday. Using CycleCloud, she was able to run a million compounds. “We would have honestly given up if we had tested this particular target with the 50,000 library.”
Within the haystack of a lethal disease such as ALS there exists, somewhere, the needle that will pierce this therapy-resistant affliction. Finding the needle is a trial-and-error process of monumental proportions for scientists at pharmaceutical companies, medical research centers and academic institutions. May Khanna, PhD and her team at the University of Arizona turned to Cycle Computing to run “molecular docking” simulations at scale.