Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre*
Accelerate HPC Applications with a Scalable Parallel File System - in the Cloud
As the driving force behind Lustre*, one of the most widely-used parallel file systems for high performance computing (HPC), Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* software is purpose-built for use with the dynamic computing resources available through cloud service providers. Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* is fast, massively scalable storage software that can accelerate performance, even on complex workloads.
Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* software is ideally suited for dynamic, pay-as-you go applications. From rapid simulation and prototyping to ‛cloud bursting’ some or all of your peak HPC workloads, Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* software helps maximize storage performance and cost-effectiveness.
Driven by flexibility and affordability, many HPC and big data workloads are transitioning from on-premise to the cloud. Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* augments on-premise HPC resources with cloud capabilities, whether bursting peak workloads or exploiting the cost advantages of on-demand resources.
HPC is helping users achieve breakthrough results across all industries worldwide. Intel® Cloud Edition for Lustre* allows large and complex simulations to be unconstrained, which provides opportunities to experiment and the ability to try new speculative models, ultimately resulting in greater innovation.
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Intel® Enterprise Edition for Lustre* software - HPC for enterprise.
Focusing on big data, cloud services, and more.
A new generation of Lustre software expands high performance computing into the Commercial Enterprise
Learn about Intel® HPC Distribution for Apache Hadoop* with Lustre*.
An introduction video from Brent Gorda, General Manager of Intel’s High Performance Data Division