Todayâ€™s HPC centers demand the flexibility of hybrid computing environments.Â CFOs and CIOs understand the potential cost benefits of cloud computing and do not wish to be limited by on-premise compute investments.Â A challenge administrators face when extending their computing capacity outside of their datacenter is delivering a cloud resource in a way that is easy for users to adopt.
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Selecting a term
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