Big Data and HPC in the Cloud in Boston

Great event, amazing talks

Today, HPCWire sent to all subscribers amazing news. The city of Boston will be the outstanding host for the AWS Big Data and HPC in the Cloud event on April 27th. Here is the completed message from HPCwire:

Join us April 27th for the Big Data and HPC in the Cloud Event

Big Data and High Performance Computing (HPC) are more than just buzz words. Thousands of companies today are using data to differentiate their products and disrupt a growing number of industries, including media/advertising, retail, gaming, health care, and financial services. Learn how the AWS Cloud can cost effectively provide the scalable computing resources, storage services, and analytics tools required for anyone to participate in these technologies. Join us on April 27 for customer presentations, how–to sessions, and presentations specifically designed for both those new to Big Data and HPC and experienced users looking to learn about what’s new.

Register now here, and enjoy the journey to Big Data and HPC in the Cloud.

Two examples of great speakers are:

Dr. Matt Wood: As the Product Manager for Big Data and HPC for Amazon Web Services, Matt Wood discusses the technical and business aspects of cloud computing throughout the world. With a background in the life sciences and a PhD in Bioinformatics, Matt is interested in helping teams of all sizes bring their ideas to life through technology.

John Rauser, who is an Amazon Data Scientist & Principal Quantitative Engineer on Amazon Web Services’ Infrastructure team where he works to optimize all aspects of Amazon’s data center infrastructure.

What are you waiting for? If you use Amazon Web Services like a core part of your business, don’t wait more to register to this event and hear what Matt and John can show you to optimize your Cloud infrastructure using AWS. The location of the event is in the Back Bay Event Center, John Hancock Hall, 200 Berkeley Street, Boston, MA 02116

Happy Hacking !!!

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