San Francisco, August 26, 2015 – Rescale, the industry-leading simulation and high performance computing (HPC) platform provider, announced today that the Europe region simulation and HPC platforms are now publicly available.

Rescale’s Europe region deployment of ScaleX Enterprise, ScaleX Pro, and ScaleX Developer provides European companies with the ability to instantly scale out their computer-aided engineering (CAE) simulations in an on-demand and highly secure HPC environment. While the ScaleX platforms have been globally available since May of 2015, this new Europe specific region deployment confines HPC hardware to Europe to accommodates companies with European data control restrictions that are interested in deploying cloud solutions. With the standard ScaleX platform interface, Rescale’s Europe region platforms have, until now, been in private deployment with companies throughout central Europe.

Companies with European hardware restrictions are no longer excluded from leveraging the advantages of cloud computing. The close vicinity of data centers ensures quick data transfer times and complies with the data regulations some companies require. Rescale’s Europe region deployment provides dynamic, scalable, high-performance hardware and on-demand simulation  software in one unified environment to companies looking to accelerate and optimize their engineering and science simulations.

“We’re very excited to offer an exclusive Europe region specific platform that will provide companies with the ability to transform their traditional, stagnant IT into a flexible, secure cloud environment,” said Rescale CEO, Joris Poort. “In today’s competitive world, it’s critical for companies to be easily able to adapt to changing engineering workloads. With Rescale’s Europe region deployment, companies can leverage a consolidated platform that is optimized for their needs, while maintaining the security and data control measures that are essential to their work.”

European companies can now access hardware located in several different countries,  all from one standard platform interface. Further country or datacenter specific controls can be applied as customers may require.  Rescale’s traditional high-security policies, core configuration diversity, and on-demand business model are all built-in to the European platform. Companies interested in using the European platform can visit or contact

About Rescale
Rescale is the world’s leading cloud platform provider of simulation software and high performance computing (HPC) solutions. Rescale’s platform solutions are  deployed securely and seamlessly to enterprises via a web-based application environment powered by preeminent simulation software providers and backed by the largest commercially available HPC infrastructure.  Headquartered in San Francisco, CA, Rescale’s customers include global Fortune 500 companies in the aerospace, automotive, life sciences, marine, consumer products, and energy sectors. For more information on Rescale products and services, visit

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It can be useful to modify input files before running a job on Rescale. You may now do so directly in the browser.
On the Input Files step of an un-submitted job, you can find the edit file button under certain input files’ actions:


Clicking the edit button will reveal an in-browser editor:


Basic search and replace or with regular expressions is supported. Press Ctrl+F on Windows/Linux or ⌘F on Mac to reveal the search box. Press them again to reveal the replace box. Editing is currently limited to files fewer than 800kb and to certain file types.

Note that saving the modified file will upload a copy of the modified file to Rescale using the original filename. The job will be using the new file, but the original file will still exist on your account. You can see the various versions of the file by clicking on “Use files from cloud storage”:


The file that the current job is using will have a gray background. Feel free to email for any bugs or improvement ideas that you have.

This article was written by Kenneth Chung.