IBM’s Spectrum Symphony and Spectrum LSF now supported on Microsoft Azure

Microsoft Azure
Microsoft and IBM have recently announced their partnership to provide an enhanced level of testing and support for both hybrid and pure IaaS deployments of Spectrum Symphony and Spectrum LSF into Azure public cloud. IBM Spectrum Symphony and Spectrum LSF provide enterprise-class workload management for distributed high performance computing and analytics. Customers can bring their own Spectrum Symphony or Spectrum LSF licenses to Microsoft Azure, IBM will continue to deliver support directly just as it does when those licenses are deployed on customers’ premises.

“As budgets get cut and risk modeling requirements increase, presenting such a partnership between IBM and Microsoft will enable our banking customers to burst from on-premises into Azure,” said Matthew Thomson Senior Product Manager, Azure Big Compute.

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