MSDN Webcast: Taking Scientific Computing Mainstream with Windows Client & Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 (Level 200)
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The Windows operating systems are well known for binary compatibility, and this extends to high-performance computing (HPC) applications. In this webcast, we explain how on Windows the same Message Passing Interface (MPI) executable can run on a workstation or across a large cluster without having to recompile, making development, testing, and supporting of HPC software easier and lowering the barrier of entry for HPC application users. Learn how to take advantage of this capability with popular open-source code such as WRF, NAMD, GROMACS, VisIt, ParaView, HDF5, and PETSc, giving you the ability to deploy and popularize your scientific software as widely as possible.