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Gordon Bell Prize Winners Leverage Machine Learning For Molecular Dynamics

For more than three decades, researchers have used a particular simulation method for molecular dynamics called Ab initio molecular dynamics, or AIMD, which has proven itself to be the method most accurate for analyzing how atoms and molecules move and interact over a fixed time period.

Gordon Bell Prize Winners Leverage Machine Learning For Molecular Dynamics was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Taking Kubernetes Up To The Next Level

From the time Kubernetes was born in the labs at Google by engineers Joe Beda, Brendan Burns, and Craig McLuckie and then contributed to the open source community, it has become the de facto orchestration platform for containers, enabling easier development, scaling and movement of modern applications between on-premises datacenters and the cloud and between the multiple clouds – public and private – that enterprises are embracing.

Taking Kubernetes Up To The Next Level was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Making HPC And AI More Accessible To Enterprises

For more than a decade, as they have watched the amount of data they are generating stack up and technologies like artificial intelligence and analytics come to the forefront, enterprises have turned an eye toward high performance computing equipment and tools to help them get a handle on all of it.

Making HPC And AI More Accessible To Enterprises was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

Blurring The Lines Between Your Cloud And Their Clouds

For more than a year, Dell Technologies has been putting together the pieces of its hybrid cloud strategy, a combination of its own hardware – in particular, the VxRail hyperconverged infrastructure appliance – and software and VMware technologies, including its VMware Cloud Foundation (VCF) platform and, more recently, the virtualization vendor’s Tanzu, a platform for Kubernetes, containers, and cloud-native applications.

Blurring The Lines Between Your Cloud And Their Clouds was written by Jeffrey Burt at The Next Platform.

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