Atos, a global leader in digital transformation, announced Google Cloud selected the company as a major high performance computing services partner, expanding the global partnership with new services for enterprise customers. Leveraging Atos’ Center for Excellence in Performance Programming (CEPP), customers will have the computing power needed to get the most out of their data when addressing large issues in science, engineering and business.
Immense amounts of information spanning across complex, global entities requires a large aggregation of computing power in order to turn data into valuable insight. Atos helps companies ensure their applications make the most of Google Cloud’s high performance cloud computing technologies to get optimal application performance.
Customers within the partnership will benefit from expert services, including:
- New parallel technology recommendations for developers including accelerators, co-processors, hybrid systems and many-core processors
- Enhancement of commercial and open-source applications, including input/output and network
- Proof of Concepts (POCs) to demonstrate performance gains
- Expert workshops to initiate customer porting, optimization and acceleration of simulations
- Application and solution benchmarks
- Access to specific compute resources and tailored training
“To provide customers with the most advanced cloud infrastructure, we are focused on supporting their high-performance needs, and in partnership with partners like Atos, we can address HPC scale, speed, agility and security,” said Kevin Ichhpurani, Corporate Vice President, Global Ecosystem at Google Cloud.
Atos and Google Cloud customers are some of the largest global companies with highly demanding workloads that are paralleled across hundreds or thousands of machines. Leveraging the skilled workforce, speed and scale of the CEPP from Atos, customers’ workload management will be supported by key analysis and optimization for their application performance on Google Cloud.
“Enterprise customers moving from on-premise to Google Cloud can now also rely on the added support of Atos High Performance Computing capabilities to ensure the delivery and optimization of jobs with large throughput,” said Ludovic Sauvage, Head of Big Data Services, HPC and Quantum Computing, Atos in North America. “Our aim is to apply our knowledge and provide tailored training and resources to create customer support at every level, from Proof of Concepts to rapid time to value.”