From the depths of outer space to the microscopic cells that make up the human body, Oracle Cloud Infrastructure is the computing powerhouse behind some of the most groundbreaking scientific discoveries of our time. Researchers working in government agencies (civilian and defense), state entities, and universities are discovering the benefits of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure to solve complex technical problems, faster.
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Learn how Oracle Cloud HPC solutions combine the performance of on-premises solutions with the elasticity and consumption-based costs of the cloud, giving customers the option to either migrate away from, or supplement, capital intensive on-premises systems.
At the University of California, Davis, researchers are using Oracle Cloud to create computer simulations of the human heart to better understand how certain pharmaceutical compounds can cause heart arrhythmias.
CERN, the European Laboratory for Particle Physics, uses Oracle solutions to support the control systems for the Large Hadron Collider, the world’s largest and most powerful particle accelerator.
Learn how to launch an HPC cluster and deploy an OpenFOAM ready VM. You'll need these files (https://github.com/oci-hpc/oci-openfoam-workshop) to build your instance.