Of Tim Samaris, Tornadoes, Blue Waters and AWS

No Comments

Workflow’s spending more and more time with clients on Cloud strategies for AWS, Azure, and IBM Watson, so I found this Wired article discussing tornado simulations very interesting. First, being from Oklahoma originally, I’m a couch-based storm chaser and I knew very well the sad story of Tim Samaris death during the chase of an EF-5 Oklahoma tornado. But then I was also fascinated by the supercomputing power of Blue Waters required to run a tornado simulation and I started wondering about how that would compare to an AWS Cluster Compute cloud implementation.  Here’s my write-up.

Request a free quote

WorkFlow Studios is an IBM Premier Partner helping clients achieve excellence in three key areas: Collaboration, Business Intelligence and Process Management.

Ransomware: DFW a Top Target

Local Companies Impacted by Ransomware Ransomware is very big business. Texas, especially…
Continue reading
augmented reality gif

Augmented Reality 101: What It Means for the Future of Business

As humans, we have certain perceptions of our world and how it’s…
Continue reading

Taming the Internet of Things with the Cloud

The Internet of Things (IoT) - a concept almost as loose in…
Continue reading
Desktop Virtualization

5 Desktop Virtualization Benefits for Organizations of Any Size

Guest post from our friends at Hummingbird Networks. It's funny how, even in computers…
Continue reading