Adaptive Computing Enterprises, a world leader in dynamically optimizing large-scale HPC computing environments, announced that it has changed the name of its flagship software product “Moab” to “Moab Cloud HPC Suite.” The new name more accurately reflects the product’s additional cloud-bursting capabilities.
For more than 10 years, administrators have relied on Moab more than any other HPC workload management solution because of its demonstrated ability to optimize scheduling and accelerate the workload productivity of their systems. It is currently in use at the largest and most complex high-performance computing environments in the world, including many leading commercial and innovative research HPC systems.
Moab Cloud HPC Suite adds a new level of benefits for HPC ecosystems by combining the time-tested elements of Moab with advanced cloud-bursting capabilities. The new solution can “burst” additional workloads to an external cloud on-demand. It is easy to use, manage, and configure and integrates with on-premise resources. It offers full stack provisioning, is automated, and is very cost-effective for customers.
Adaptive Computing Enterprises was acquired in September 2016 by software mogul Arthur L. Allen, a long-time industry veteran who has been creating software companies and technology solutions for 40 years. The company has been totally transformed through millions of dollars of investment in development, taking Moab to the next level. Adaptive Computing will continue to lead the market through product innovation, product quality and extraordinary customer support.
“More than 2,400 companies are interested in our Moab Cloud Solution, and we’re performing several demos of the product every week,” Allen said.
Combining the capabilities of public clouds with on-premise infrastructure brings unparalleled flexibility and scalability to the business. Moab Cloud HPC Suite has evolved into the premiere, best-in-class solution offering increased agility, cost reduction and unprecedented productivity.
For more information, contact Sue DeGram, Director of Marketing at Adaptive Computing Enterprises Inc.