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With re:Invent just two weeks away, the HPC team at AWS has released a new product they are calling ParallelCluster to replace their legacy, open-source project CfnCluster. BioTeam has been assembling and orchestrating SGE-based HPC clusters in EC2 for over 10 years, first with StarCluster, then...

With the growth in the use of cloud environments, are the mainstays of traditional HPC, MPI (Message Passing Interface) and HPC Schedulers such as Grid Engine and SLURM, reaching end of life or will they be with us for a while to come? BioTeam's Chris...

In part two of the Berman and Gardner interview (Part 1 here) the discussion turns to storage technology options, fast networking for life sciences, and diversifying choices in processors from Intel, AMD, and IBM, , . They consider technology examples and issues of power utilization, raw...

In the March 1st issue of HPCwire, BioTeam's Ari Berman and Aaron Gardner are featured in part 1 of a wide-ranging discussion about trends in High-Performance Computing. Their discussion covers AI, Analytics, and insights into leading strengths and capabilities of premiere cloud platforms. They review...

BioTeam will be in New Orleans this coming week attending the PEARC 17 conference (previously known as the XSEDE series). Bhanu Rekapalli and CEO Stan Gloss will be on site representing BioTeam at one of our favorite High Performance Computing events of the year.

Chris Dagdigian, BioTeam's Co-founder and Senior Director of Infrastructure, recently gave a presentation at NEREN's “Bridging the Gap – Research Facilitation” seminar hosted by OSHEAN in Cambridge, MA. The event as a whole was focused on the challenges associated with supporting regional collaboration and research computing. Chris' presentation uses BioTeam's experiences supporting Life...

BioTeam's Ari Berman was recently interviewed by HPC Wire's John Russell about how customers in the Life Sciences are utilizing High Performance Computing (HPC) and how that usage might evolve over the course of 2017. There's a lot of insight and background in the full article on...

Chris has been delivering his "trends from the trenches" presentation at the BioIT World Conference & Expo since 2010 and the talk has evolved into a fairly popular annual tradition. The intent of the talk is to deliver a candid (and occasionally blunt) assessment of the best, the...

I recently presented at the annual Molecular Medicine Triconference in San Francisco, CA. This talk focused on horizontal and vertical scaling in the life sciences. Scaling Systems for Research Computing from adamkraut ...