When you look under the hood of your car, consider that your engine’s performance may have been tuned using the computational fluid dynamics capabilities running on Oracle high performance computing capabilities. During these times of remote work, learning and social interaction, you’ve probably used the popular Zoom meeting servicesupported by Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. And, if you’re following the progress of a vaccine for COVID-19, be aware that Oracle’s cloud capabilities are supporting global research efforts, including the development of the COVID-19 Prevention Network, a screening registry that creates a list of potential volunteers who want to take part in current or future COVID-19 prevention clinical trials.
As with many large institutions with complex back-office and administrative functions, yours is most likely running foundational Oracle technology behind the scenes. But you may not know that Oracle’s cloud computing capabilities support a wide spectrum of disciplines.
I am hosting a series of webinars produced in coordination with Internet2, a member-driven advanced technology community that provides a collaborative environment where U.S. research and educational organizations can solve common technology challenges. Over the coming months, we’ll be featuring CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, and the University of California, Davis, along with Oracle Cloud experts, to learn how Oracle’s advanced cloud computing capabilities can benefit your research program.
for the first webinar: Tuesday, Nov. 10th at noon ET.
Igniting Research with Oracle High Performance Computing will offer insights into how Oracle’s cloud-based infrastructure is enabling researchers to solve complex technical problems. You’ll explore how this supercomputing platform gives researchers access to bare metal NVIDIA GPUs, high performance computing instances, and a low-latency clustered network. Researchers can create clusters for running large-scale computations to accelerate the research in multiple branches of science and engineering like drug discovery, genomics, weather forecasting, space exploration, and more.
In addition, you’ll learn about Oracle for Research. Leading research institutions such as the University of Bristol, the University of Southern California and Royal Holloway, University of London are using Oracle Cloud to power innovative research in medicine, climate change and many other complex scientific pursuits.
Over the coming months, mark your calendar for these dates:
From the depths of outer space to the microscopic cells that make up the human body, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is the computing powerhouse behind some of the most groundbreaking scientific research of our time. Over the coming months, join these monthly webcasts to learn more about Oracle Cloud Infrastructure and its high performance computing capabilities