Examines Evaluation and Adoption of Public, Private, and Hybrid Clouds
SUNNYVALE, CA – June 20, 2011 -Intersect360 Research, a market research and analysis firm focused on the High Performance Computing (HPC)
industry, announces the release of its latest report, Cloud Computing in HPC: Usage and Types. The study, based on the company’s survey of
HPC users regarding their adoption of cloud computing resources, reports on the evaluation and adoption of public, private, and hybrid cloud computing
models for HPC applications. Future reports in the series will examine the barriers, drivers, and economic models for using or evaluating cloud resources
“With such a high proportion of users and vendors looking at clouds, this is fundamental research for the HPC industry,” said Addison Snell, CEO of Intersect360
Research. “There are a lot of different definitions and approaches out there, and this report will help the vendor community tailor their offerings
to match what end users want to buy.“
Major findings of the study include:
- There is greater interest in evaluating private and hybrid cloud systems than public cloud systems. For organizations evaluating cloud types, multiple
types are under consideration.
- Hybrid cloud systems may demand new kinds of contracts that spell out ownership and possession of HPC assets and responsibilities for HPC cloud system
- For organizations implementing public, private, and hybrid cloud types, pure-play choices dominate the distribution. These HPC organizations are early
adopters and apparently choose an approach to pursue.
- The private cloud type holds the greatest share at this time. HPC sites with larger budgets favor the private cloud type.
About Intersect360 Research
Intersect360 Research is a market intelligence, research, and consulting advisory practice focused on suppliers, users, and policymakers across the High
Performance Computing ecosystem. Intersect360 Research relies on both user-based and supplier-based research to form a complete perspective of HPC
market dynamics, trends, and usage models.