Energy exploration, production, and reservoir monitoring are leaders in the private sector for big data and compute-intensive applications. That’s why energy companies have always used high performance computing (HPC) to aid in oil and gas exploration. This decision by these energy companies has proven to help reduce costs, impact on the environment, and improve the fidelity of subsurface data.
We’ll be at the Rice Oil and Gas HPC conference in Houston, Texas on March 12-13, 2018. Here we will talk about Microsoft’s commitment to providing the resources that HPC users need. Curt Smith, Big Compute Engineering Development Manager, will be presenting a plenary session covering how oil and gas companies use Azure’s offerings to address HPC and machine learning workloads. Azure allows customers to integrate their data management, compute workloads, and leverage technologies such as machine learning, artificial intelligence, and blockchain.
We’ll also have a booth in the exhibition area where attendees can talk to Azure’s HPC experts. Our booth is co-sponsored by our partners at NVIDIA, who will be available to talk about the benefits of Azure’s GPU-powered offerings for compute, deep learning, and remote visualization. You can also learn about our exclusive partnership with Cray that enables customers to get a dedicated Cray supercomputer on their Azure virtual network.
Azure provides a secure and scalable platform for reservoir simulation, seismic interpretation, computational chemistry, and other key oil and gas workloads. Also offered is a wide variety of capabilities and services that enable easy of access and management, Azure is the oil and gas cloud.
We look forward to seeing you next week in Houston!