On-Demand Cloud Webcasts
This webinar series is designed to advise you about all relevant aspects of running ANSYS in a cloud-partner computing environment. You will learn how cloud-hosting partner solutions can be utilized to outsource your implementation of ANSYS, either for occasional high-performance computing (HPC) needs or as an ongoing IT deployment strategy. A large variety of topics will be addressed including interactive desktop workloads, security, and license management.
Debunking Myths of HPC, Cloud and Licensing
According to a recent survey, 40% of engineers limit the size or amount of detail for every simulation model due to compute capacity and turnaround time constraints. Recognizing this, smaller and mid-sized companies now seek more affordable, accessible and powerful hardware, making high-performance computing (HPC) a necessity. Nevertheless, many misconceptions still surround HPC and cloud deployment models as well as HPC and cloud licensing. These fallacies prevent adoption in product development scenarios where HPC — available on-premise and in the cloud — clearly provides a higher return on investment.
Join us for this free webinar which dispels leading misconceptions and provides insight to help you steer around possible failure points as you consider on-premise or cloud-based HPC.
- Discover how to leverage on-demand cloud computing within structures, fluids and electronics tools to significantly reduce turnround time for compute-intensive problems.
- Learn how to optimize the cost of your simulation usage by mixing elastic (usage-based) and traditional (lease or paid-up) licensing.
- Receive guidance on certified remote displays and VDI solutions, as well as affordable turnkey HPC appliances that simplify on-premise HPC deployment.
- Get tips on using the cloud to safeguard your data, cut costs and simultaneously migrate your workloads.
Embrace or Skip Cloud-Enabled Simulation? Survey Says …
What are the obstacles, drivers and best practices for adopting and expanding the use of cloud-enabled simulation? In a joint survey by DE and ANSYS, more than 600 engineers, engineering IT managers and decision-makers responded to these questions and more.
Watch this webinar to learn what the survey tells us about:
- Important considerations before deployment
- Various licensing and adoption models
- Cloud usage and benefits
- Ways to address common concerns
Moving Digital Manufacturing to the Cloud: FLSmidth Is on Its Way to a Hybrid CAE Cloud Infrastructure
Digital transformation is accelerating in all industries. Corporations are looking to increase agility and innovation by streamlining their processes and shifting company assets into services that can also be outsourced. One example is FLSmidth, a manufacturer based in Denmark — with 12,000 employees and offices in 60 countries. It provides market-leading factories, machinery, services and know-how to the global cement and mineral industries.
FLSmidth's R&D team is currently enhancing their in-house engineering computing resources. They are adding on-demand compute clusters in the Microsoft® Azure® cloud and moving their customized CAE workloads, including ANSYS Fluent and ANSYS Mechanical, onto this fully automated and self-service cloud platform. This result will be a hybrid, dynamic and fully automated self-service engineering simulation environment, enabled by UberCloud’s unique high-performance computing (HPC) software containers.
In this webinar, we explain current and future simulation infrastructure at FLSmidth, list the reasons for this sea change and describe the transformation process, benefits and challenges encountered along the way. Learn how UberCloud's CAE software container technology dramatically facilitated the smooth transition of its CAE workloads to a hybrid, multicloud engineering simulation infrastructure.
ANSYS Cloud Delivers HPC As Easy As It Should Be
In collaboration with Microsoft Azure, ANSYS has developed and launched an all-new cloud offering — ANSYS Cloud. View our on-demand webinar for a first look. Explore how you can easily and instantaneously access on-demand HPC in the cloud directly from within ANSYS Mechanical and ANSYS Fluent.
ANSYS Cloud delivers the speed, power and compute capacity of cloud computing directly to your desktop — when and where you need it. It affords the engineering agility required to quickly respond to changing business needs and avoid long hardware/software procurement and deployment delays.
In this on-demand webinar, you will see a live product demonstration and hear success stories from early users.
ANSYS in the Cloud
Learn how you can quickly and easily move your ANSYS workflows to the cloud and perform more complex simulations faster.
With our global network of cloud hosting partners (CHP), such as Rescale, Nimbix, Gompute, Penguin Computing and UberCloud, we offer seamless, secure, affordable, flexible and scalable access to ANSYS software in the cloud. ANSYS in the cloud offers immense benefits to both engineering and information technology (IT) departments, including on-demand access to unlimited high-performance computing (HPC), improved team collaboration, increased engineering process efficiencies and excellent HPC price/performance. You will gain agility to speed innovation and become more IT-efficient.
This on-demand webinar will introduce you to our HPC cloud solutions that can be utilized as needed, or as a part of your ongoing IT deployment strategy.
CAE as a Service: How to Accelerate Simulations with ANSYS Solutions in the CPU 24/7 HPC Cloud
In simulation-driven product development, optimization outsourcing or bursting into the cloud has become a viable alternative to accelerate CAE jobs and solve HPC capacity issues. In this webinar, Thomas Gropp, Team Lead Test & Applications at CPU 24/7, will describe how you can securely access CPU 24/7’s remote HPC resources in the cloud.
With an ANSYS demo case, you will learn how to start a job, transfer your data, monitor a running calculation and analyze your calculation results in the cloud. By giving real customer examples, you will learn about usual customer requirements and how they have been implemented in the CPU 24/7 cloud. Aspects like security, performance, licenses and a cost comparison of cloud vs. on-premise operations will be outlined in detail.
Leveraging Big Compute for Aerodynamics Shape Optimization
While most companies rely on local workstations and/or in-house high-performance computing (HPC) clusters for their engineering simulation workflows, there is a gradual shift toward cloud computing. Many are now adopting private enterprise cloud environments and external HPC cloud services to perform large and complex simulations.
ANSYS partners with Gompute, a leading HPC cloud services provider, to help you create a private CAE cloud solution or expand your compute capacity with on-demand access to its cloud platform. In this webinar, learn to run your ANSYS simulations in the Gompute cloud — featuring 3-D remote visualization over high latency links and large data transfers.
KeelWit Technology, a Spanish engineering company, will share how it is leveraging Gompute’s cloud platform to optimize aerodynamic shapes. KeelWit will present its optimization methodology and proprietary algorithm — an automatic, flexible and robust routine that is applicable to many fields in which cloud HPC use is key. KeelWit’s methodology is directly applicable in many areas, including the inlet duct design of industrial boilers used in combined cycle power plants, the design of closed wind tunnels for indoor skydiving and the design of energy-efficient, next-generation waterslides for fun parks.
Solving Pharma & Life Science Design Challenges in the Cloud with ANSYS and Penguin Computing On-Demand
Discover how CRB is solving the design challenges of its clients in advanced technology industries around the world with ANSYS and Penguin Computing on Demand (POD), an HPC cloud platform.
POD enables ANSYS customers to utilize a high-performance, bare-metal HPC computing environment in the cloud without having to invest in on-premise infrastructure. With POD you can take advantage of scalability, performance and free expert support in a secure on-demand environment.
View this webinar and learn how you can continue to work with familiar tools such as ANSYS Workbench with Remote Solve Manager on POD's Scyld Cloud Workstations. ANSYS customers can work with both individual product licenses or ANSYS Elastic Licensing on POD.
Running ANSYS Simulations at Scale with Ease in the Nimbix Cloud
Nimbix is a pure high-performance computing (HPC) cloud built for volume, speed and simplicity — precisely the attributes you are looking for in running your ANSYS simulations.
Attend this webinar to learn how you can perform your simulations quickly and easily at scale in the Nimbix Cloud. We will show you how easy it is to get started, including signing up for access from any device, uploading your data securely, running parallel solvers, and performing pre- and post-processing — all on-demand. Discover how the Nimbix Cloud can be used to run the entire ANSYS product portfolio, including structures, fluids, electronics, and multiphysics, to solve all your product design challenges.
High-Performance Racing Meets High-Performance Computing: How Auto Racing Benefits from Big Compute
In the world of auto racing, finding even the smallest competitive advantage is the difference between winning and losing. That’s why Richard Childress Racing (RCR) designs and builds their race cars end-to-end with the aid of virtual prototypes. RCR’s engineering staff of over 50 world-class engineers, including eight aerodynamicists, meticulously designs, simulates and optimizes the car body airflow for on-track performance using ANSYS Fluent, a commercially-available CFD simulation tool.
Join this webinar to learn how RCR is running half-billion cell models with ANSYS’ cloud HPC partner Rescale, which provides a turnkey, scalable, state-of-the-art platform for running ANSYS software in the cloud. Hear how Rescale’s big compute platform has enabled RCR to significantly improve their design process and on-track performance, and how it is driving the future of its high-performance stock car racing development.
Running ANSYS Simulations at Scale with Ease in the Nimbix Cloud
Nimbix is a pure high performance computing (HPC) cloud built for volume, speed and simplicity — precisely the qualities you are looking for in running your ANSYS simulations.
Learn about performing your simulations quickly and easily at scale in the Nimbix Cloud. We will show you how easy it is to get started, including signing up for access from any device, uploading your data securely, running parallel solvers, and performing pre- and post-processing — all on demand. Discover how the Nimbix Cloud can be used to run the entire ANSYS product portfolio, including structures, fluids, electronics, and multiphysics, to solve all your product design challenges.
CAE as a Service – Accessing CPU 24/7 HPC Cloud for Advanced Numerical Simulations with ANSYS
In this webinar, Christian Unger, project manager at CPU 24/7, will describe how you can securely connect to remote HPC resources in the CPU 24/7 cloud in order to more directly monitor or manage your running CAE simulations with ANSYS solutions.
With an HPC cloud use case as an example, you will learn how to access CPU 24/7’s compute resources and start applications; how to monitor a running calculation or even analyze calculation results in the cloud; and how to transfer data efficiently and securely. Discover what performance and scalability can be expected when running CAE simulation with ANSYS solutions on CPU 24/7’s HPC cloud infrastructure, along with where your data is located and what security measures are being taken at CPU 24/7.
Running ANSYS in the Cloud: Gompute HPC Solutions
Traditionally, enterprises have invested in geographically independent local workstations and/or HPC clusters for their engineering simulation needs. To make the hardware investment more efficient, enterprises are now considering new solutions, like consolidation of internal resources with Private Enterprise Cloud Environments or External HPC Cloud Services.
Learn how to create your private CAE cloud solution or expand your capacity with Gompute On-demand. Gompute can run your ANSYS simulations in the cloud with features like 3-D remote visualization over high latency links and large data transfers.
On Demand and On Your Desk: Penguin's HPC Cloud and 3D Remote Desktops
Penguin Computing, a leader in developing open, Linux-based cloud and HPC solutions, provides customized, built-to-order server solutions for enterprises with special hardware requirements. The company’s HPC solutions are excellent options for running ANSYS simulations on an on-demand, pay-as-you-go basis.
Discover how Penguin Computing on Demand (POD), an HPC Cloud Platform, lets you easily and securely utilize Penguin’s HPC resources to augment or even replace your computing environment. Learn from Penguin Computing experts how their Scyld Cloud Workstation can provide remote 3-D visualization of ANSYS solutions in the Cloud, giving you access to graphics-accelerated, client-less remote supercomputing through a standard wi-fi connection and browser.
Anytime, anywhere: HPC with ANSYS in the Cloud
The CADFEM Engineering Simulation Cloud provides a flexible and interactive 3-D workspace for ANSYS solutions like Mechanical, CFD, Maxwell, and LS-DYNA. With the CADFEM Cloud, every engineer can flexibly access additional ANSYS HPC resources for the time period needed, at any location worldwide.
Learn how the CADFEM Engineering Simulation Cloud can help you to solve huge models or many design points in a short time. With a simple setup and a highly secured remote connection, supported by Nice/DCV, discover how you can achieve excellent 3D-interactive simulation performance for preprocessing, solution and postprocessing.
HPC from Desktop to Cloud
In the past, high-performance computing (HPC) was primarily associated with supercomputers. Today HPC can work at many scales, from desktop to cluster to cloud computing resources. Nevertheless, many misconceptions still surround HPC, preventing its deployment in product development scenarios where it could clearly provide great value.
Learn how ANSYS 16.0 updates can make HPC easier and more powerful to use than ever before. You will gain insight to help you steer around possible failure points as you consider using HPC, whether you own the computer hardware or employ cloud solutions.