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    We are pleased to announce that the official releases of Update 1 for HPC Pack 2012 R2, and the newest version of Microsoft MPI (MS-MPI) are now available for download. The installation package for HPC Pack 2012 R2 Update 1 is available for download here . As always, HPC Pack includes the latest version...
  • Blog Post: Azure Batch Preview

    I am excited to announce the preview of Azure Batch , a new Azure platform service that provides job scheduling and large-scale resource management for developing and delivering Big Compute applications native in the cloud. What is Batch? Azure Batch originated from seeing our customers repeatedly...
  • Blog Post: New Regions with High Performance Capabilities

    Following closely on the heels of two recent announcements about new high performance capabilities on Microsoft Azure ( HPC Team blog , Azure blog ), we are happy to announce that we are adding support for A8 and A9 compute intensive instances in 2 new regions: US South Central and Europe North . ...
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    We are excited to announce the extension of A8 and A9 support in Azure to include virtual machine (IaaS) options for these sizes running either Windows Server or Linux operating systems. Compute-intensive workloads can take advantage of bringing their own images to Azure and leverage the higher memory...
  • Blog Post: Big Compute @ Microsoft

    Customers and partners have been asking us what the recent Microsoft organization changes mean for HPC. What does it mean for HPC? The answer—full steam ahead. We call our workload “Big Compute.” Big Compute applications typically require large amounts of compute power for hours...