In the last few years, engineering challenges have become more complex, demanding more and more computing resources. On-premise hardware and processor capabilities aren’t always enough for companies to perform the rapid, sophisticated product design and analysis they need to do in order to develop their best products. Due to internal IT constraints, engineers may have to wait in line for computing resources, or limit the scale and complexity of their simulations.
ANSYS Cloud offers a solution. For the first time, engineers can quickly tap into the power of cloud-based High Performance Computing (HPC) whenever they need it. Current users of ANSYS Mechanical™ and ANSYS Fluent® can submit their project to the cloud, and then monitor it from their desktop, a web browser, or even a mobile device. Because your needs may vary day by day, cloud computing can save you money, providing the computational power only when it’s needed. More freedom to use multiple physics and fine meshes can increase the accuracy of your results, and time-to-market can be accelerated.
Microsoft Azure provides the secure platform for ANSYS Cloud. To answer any security questions you may have, read the ANSYS white paper on Cloud’s data retention policy, architecture, threat modeling, and functionality.
For an overview from the ANSYS folks, read their ANSYS Cloud white paper and watch their brief video (see below).
Or register today to join us for an "ANSYS Cloud Overview and Demonstration" webinar at 2:00 PM ET (11:00 AM PT) on March 21, 2019.