UPDATED WHITEPAPER: Run Star-CCM+ in an Azure HPC Cluster

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February 2020: We updated this whitepaper to take advantage of the latest HPC VMs, which are optimized for applications driven by memory bandwidth.

 

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Learn how to set up and benchmark a high-performance computing (HPC) cluster in the Microsoft Azure environment. The template referenced by this white paper provides a proof-of-concept for running Star-CCM+, a multidisciplinary, real-time engineering simulation platform by CD-adapco, a Siemens Business. The template will create the HPC cluster, provide benchmarking options, and then install the Star-CCM+ simulation software so you can test its performance on Azure. 

 

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The goal of this document is to demonstrate how you can quickly set up and benchmark a highperformance computing (HPC) cluster in the Microsoft Azure environment as a proof of concept
for running Star-CCM+ version 14 from CD-adapco, a Siemens Business. This example shows you
how to create the cluster, provides benchmarking options, and installs the Star-CCM+ simulation
software so you can test its performance on Azure.

 

This white paper was written by Jon Shelley, Paul Edwards, and Kanchan Mehrotra from AzureCAT, our Azure Global Customer Engineering team.

 

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