Posts Tagged Dependencies and Migration case study

Whitepaper: Saving 10% of project costs for the Wellcome Sanger Institute’s cloud-based genomics pipelines

Using the I/O profiling tools from Ellexus, the Wellcome Sanger Institute has saved both time and money during a highly complex and valuable project. As a result of the work with Ellexus, the Institute discovered that it could save a significant 10% of project costs by choosing

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Creating a bill of materials: Why tracking application file and network dependencies is so important

Hardware configuration

I was recently asked whether it was possible to work out which resources will be used by an application before it runs. In theory, it is not possible to do that without solving the halting problem, but in real life applications often do the same thing over

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When POSIX I/O meets exascale, do the old rules apply?

In response to an excellent article by Glenn Lockwood from the Lawrence Berkeley National Lab, Ellexus CEO Rosemary contributed an article on POSIX I/O and exascale to The Next Platform. Read an extract of the article below and find the full piece on The Next Platform. First

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White paper: Optimising for a changing environment with Alces Flight

Genomics pipelines can be really interested to monitor from an I/O perspective. They’re normally highly tuned, but – even so – real improvements can be made that can only be uncovered through I/O profiling. We decided to team up with Alces Flight to quickly create an HPC

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Customer blog: How ANSYS deploys Breeze

Breeze Automation

ANSYS has been using Breeze to diagnose and solve installation and configuration issues for customers. Simon Cross, Ansys’ Manager – Global Installation & Licensing Support, gives the details. ANSYS software can perform a wide range of applications in the fluid dynamics, structural mechanics and electromagnetics fields. By employing

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