11AM PT, 2PM ET
High-performance research computing – once available only to top-tier research universities – is within reach of almost any higher education institution, including community colleges.
Today, the combination of cloud computing, cloud-ready networks and multi-cloud management platforms can democratize access to data, providing institutions with greater access to analytics.
Join the Center for Digital Education on June 24 at 11 a.m. Pacific/2 p.m. Eastern as our panel of experts discusses how cloud-based high performance computing can support the evolving needs of students and higher education institutions as we enter the next normal brought about by COVID-19. We’ll be joined by Dr. Alex Feltus, a professor of genetic research and biochemistry at Clemson University, who is at the forefront of utilizing Kubernetes to analyze massive datasets of genetic data for cancer research.
Register now and listen later to find out:
- How secure access to cloud-based resources will dramatically increase access to sophisticated research capabilities
- How container technologies such as Cisco Container Platform can simplify complex hybrid environments, helping researchers to be more productive
- How hybrid and multi-cloud environments will provide new power and capacity for research applications