Of Tim Samaris, Tornadoes, Blue Waters and AWS

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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.

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