Computer-Aided Engineering (CAE) has traditionally required significant investment in computing resources and software. This includes high-end workstations for modelling and visualization (pre- and post-processing) and high-performance compute nodes to solve increasingly more complex problems. This investment can create a struggle to balance CAE workflow efficiency against rising IT costs associated with software, hardware, maintenance and support.
Today’s engineering teams need to deliver more robust and innovative products at an ever-increasing pace. This requires the exploration of multiple scenarios and can be limited by the availability of compute resources. Organisations need on-demand access to high-performance computing (HPC) and data management that can be supported with minimal IT burden. To address these business challenges, companies are utilising cloud computing to augment or replace existing IT Infrastructure. The sheer flexibility, scalability and cost-effective nature of cloud computing are attracting consumers from a wide range of industries.
This seminar will showcase how cloud computing can provide easy access to a high-performance computing (HPC) infrastructure and how leading companies are able to run larger scale jobs faster, providing better solutions, foregoing the IT expense of scaling and supporting internal HPC infrastructure to meet a fluctuating and peak operational demand.
Join us to see how Altair’s computing solutions provide visibility and control of the entire engineering and simulation lifecycle - delivering ease of access to applications, remote visualization, data management and analytics, secured workload management solution and cloud-friendly licensing.
Cloud solution benefits:
Engineering staff of every organization looking to harness cloud computing, enabling CAE teams with unlimited possibilities:
Analyse case studies from leading companies that have successfully embraced cloud technology.