Although businesses are increasingly using cloud computing for engineering simulation, many misconceptions still surround cloud-based simulation.
This post debunks the leading misconceptions about cloud computing, and, in doing so, will assist engineering and IT managers, as well as directors, as they make decisions regarding computing resources. While dispelling these misconceptions, I will share resources and provide insight to help organizations steer around possible failure points as they consider cloud computing. Continue reading →
Credit for the title belongs to Pam Murphy, COO of Infor, who delivered this gem in the keynote session of the Global Partner Summit at Amazon Web Services (AWS) re:Invent 2015 conference, held in Las Vegas from Oct. 6-9. If you had any doubts that cloud computing is gaining steam (apologies for mixing water vapor metaphors) attending this event would have ended them. Over 18,000 attendees were at the main conference and about 4,000 attended the Partner Summit (ANSYS is an AWS Advanced Technology Partner). Continue reading →
After completing the first circuit of the globe, this year the Automotive Simulation World Congress (ASWC) 2015 returns to Detroit. The conference is now exactly two weeks away — to be held on June 2 and 3 — and I am really excited about it. If you haven’t registered and reserved your seat, please take a moment to register. You don’t want to miss this great event. And if you don’t know what it’s all about, read on for more information. Continue reading →