Developing High Performing Parallel Application Services on Windows Azure

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Windows Azure is an ideal environment for deploying existing, and new compute-intensive apps that take advantage of the scale-on-demand capability of the cloud. The Windows Azure HPC Job Scheduler provides a cluster resource manager and a set of runtimes for developing parallel and scale-out apps. This session presents how to create and deploy a High Performance Compute Cluster on Azure, and converting HPC applications in media rendering, engineering, finance, weather forecast to scalable compute services on Windows Azure. Programming models include parallel apps using MPI, scale-out parameter sweep, and other reliable techniques. #TEAZR303
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