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    We are happy to announce the HPC Pack 2012 R2 Update 1 Preview and HPC Pack VM image in Microsoft Azure are now available. The HPC Pack VM image is available in Preview in the Azure VM image gallery. For HPC Pack 2012 R2 Update 1 Preview, you can download a copy of all the related documentation, tools...
  • Blog Post: HPC Pack SOA Tutorial II – Batch mode

    In the last blog post , we implemented a simple SOA client and service. However in most cases, the HPC algorithm is not as simple as adding two numbers. Some services are more complex and run for hours. For such services, the end user normally submits all the requests, then retrieves the responses in...
  • Blog Post: HPC Pack SOA Tutorial IV – Common Data

    With multiple tasks running on an HPC cluster, often, many tasks work with a shared data set. For example, a stock risk analysis program can run a large number of simulations against a set of historical stock market data. In this example, each SOA request can have different parameters, but all analyses...
  • Blog Post: HPC Pack SOA Tutorial III – Interactive mode

    In tutorial II we discussed how to deal with a time-consuming service by employing a durable session. However, batch mode is not the only computation mode in the HPC world. Some computations can be finished within a few seconds to a few minutes. The end user may expect almost real-time response. That...
  • Blog Post: HPC Pack SOA Tutorial V: Diagnose a SOA Service

    It’s not an easy job to write an HPC application with complex algorithms, but it’s even more difficult to troubleshoot the application. This tutorial is to introduce how to diagnose the SOA application. Get SOA logs In HPC Pack 2012, it is much easier to get the SOA-related logs from...
  • Blog Post: HPC Pack SOA Tutorial I – Write your first SOA service and client

    This series of blog posts introduces the SOA programming model for Microsoft HPC Pack 2012. This is the first blog post of the series and provides guidance to write your first SOA service and client. See the accompanying code sample to follow the steps in this article. Note: Most of the general considerations...