We recently shared with you part 1 of our roadmap, covering new and improved features in the areas of cloud robustness, application software, and licensing. This blog post will go over the rest of our 2018 product roadmap, covering development in the areas of desktop and visualization, HPC workflows, enterprise organization administration, security and compliance, data transfer and management (in a multi-cloud, multi-region network), and hardware and providers. We have exciting things in store for everyone!

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This article was written by Dave Anselmi.

 

 

 

 

 

 

As we move into 2018, here at Rescale we’re excited to keep our momentum as one of Silicon Valley’s fastest growing enterprise software companies, and more specifically keep advancing the state of the art for HPC in the cloud.

Our product team was busy in 2017. Last year we added the following to our platform: 25 new architectures including Skylake, access to the newest NVIDIA GPU offerings P100 and V100, new bare metal providers and integration partners. Enhancing our HPC workflow support, we introduced reusable clusters and in-browser SSH, added support for large DOEs, and made significant optimization framework and ANSYS RSM improvements. Licensing-wise, we added on-demand, pay-per-use licensing for ANSYS and for LS-DYNA, provided license availability-based queuing for STAR-CCM+ and ANSYS, and introduced license server access automation (via our new startup program). We introduced in-browser desktops for native cloud pre- and post-processing. For enterprise administrators, we introduced deposit pricing support, expanded spot pricing regions, and increased administrative control of workflows, budgets, and data limits. To keep your data secure, we also added advanced connection security and outbound internet blocking for companies. And finally, we provided early access to Intel’s latest architectures via our ScaleX Labs.

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This article was written by Dave Anselmi.

San Francisco, CA — Rescale, the leading provider of enterprise big compute and cloud HPC, is pleased to announce that ANSYS Elastic Licensing can now be purchased directly through Rescale’s ScaleX, a SaaS platform purpose-built for solving the world’s most challenging engineering, scientific and mathematical problems with HPC in the cloud. ANSYS Elastic Licensing is an on-demand, pay-per-use licensing model which unlocks the full ANSYS engineering simulation portfolio including structures, fluids, and electronics solutions.  The delivery of ANSYS simulation software on ScaleX provides organizations in virtually every industry with the ability to transform the way products are engineered and brought to market.

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Accelerating innovation and powering big compute at hundreds of leading enterprises

With the year coming to a close, I’m excited to share the progress we’ve made at Rescale—not only as the leading Big Compute and cloud HPC solution in the market, but also as one of the fastest growing enterprise software companies of 2017. It’s been a busy year as we’ve landed over 100 new enterprise customers, fueling our rapid growth in multiple key industry verticals including aerospace, automotive, life sciences, universities and with broad geographic coverage throughout the Americas, Europe, and Asia.

Our customers are deeply engaging with the ScaleX Enterprise platform and our portfolio of industry solutions.  Usage of Rescale has grown by 30% month-over-month throughout the entire year, resulting in numerous Silicon Valley investors identifying Rescale as the fastest growing enterprise software company in 2017.  Customers are delivering incredible results accelerating their innovation capabilities, including: Airbus accelerating development of complex aerodynamics, LSIS deploying the first cloud-based engineering environment in Korea, RWDI implementing hybrid HPC across their enterprise, Boom Supersonic building the world’s next-generation supersonic jetliner, and many more.

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This article was written by Joris Poort.