Ansys Cloud Webinars
Struggling with access to compute power while working from home? Easily access on-demand, high-performance computing resources when you need them! Join Ansys for a webinar and learn how you can easily submit a job to the Ansys Cloud and access high-performance computing power when and where you need it.
20 Minutes in the Cloud with Ansys | Overview
In the first webinar in our “20 Minutes in the Cloud with Ansys” series we will address the current work-from-home situation that many find themselves in and review what Ansys is doing to help. We will spotlight our Ansys Cloud product and how it can help keep projects on track in these unique times. This webinar will form the foundation for the workflow within Ansys Fluent, Ansys Electronics Desktop, and Ansys Mechanical that will be featured in this webinar series.
Presenter: JJ Jones – Senior Cloud Product Marketing Manager
20 Minutes in the Cloud for Ansys Fluent
In this webinar, we will show you how to send Fluent simulations to the ANSYS Cloud right from the Fluent window on your desktop, monitor its progress locally or on the Ansys Cloud web portal, and even postprocess results on the portal before downloading to your desktop for detailed postprocessing.
Presenter: Ashwini Kumar – Principal Application Engineer
20 Minutes in the Cloud for Ansys Electronics Desktop
In this webinar, we will give you an overview of Ansys Cloud for Ansys Electronics Products (HFSS, HFSS 3D Layout, SIwave, AEDT Icepak, Maxwell and Q3D Extractor). We will demonstrate how to submit and monitor a job as well as how to review results after completion via a live demo of HFSS on the Ansys Cloud.
Presenter: Juan Castro - Application Engineer II
20 Minutes in the Cloud for Ansys Mechanical
In this webinar, we will start with a quick look at the Ansys Cloud Forum and Portal and cover how to obtain and install the Ansys Cloud extension. We will then demonstrate how to send Ansys Mechanical simulations to the Ansys Cloud, exploring the different options available, including command line interface (CLI).
Presenter: Mike Rife – Senior Technical Support Engineer