Introduction to High Performance Computing on Google Cloud Platform (Cloud Next '18)


Google Cloud Platform (GCP) is ready for High Performance Computing (HPC) applications. Google Compute Engine (GCE) offers flexible network and virtual machine (VM) configuration options to run HPC workloads. This session explores why GCP is a good place to run HPC applications and save money. Topics will include CPU, GPU, and memory offerings, as well as underlying network architecture, preemptible VMs, and storage options. You will also learn how Google designs their cloud infrastructure and why it works for HPC workloads.

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Duration: 35:42
Publisher: Google Cloud
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