Since 26 July, you can access Exaion's infrastructure in a simple, fast and enjoyable way thanks to Galileo, a web application developed by Hypernet Labs, a Silicon Valley start-up.

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Why is Exaion partnering with Hypernet Labs?

Exaion already offers a tailor-made, sovereign, low carbon footprint offering that combines quality infrastructure with attractive pricing. By joining forces with Hypernet Labs, we are taking a major step towards the development of this offering: we are making high-performance computing in the cloud more accessible by simplifying the user experience.

As Ivan Ravlich, CEO and co-founder of Hypernet Labs, points out, "Cloud is notoriously difficult to access and use without a formal computer science degree and experience in infrastructure management". With Galileo, Hypernet Labs connects users directly to Exaion's high-performance computing machines in a simplified way, enabling them to become more productive.

What is Galileo?

Galileo is a low-code web application (with limited manual programming) whose intuitive graphical interface allows users to benefit from the computing power of Exaion's cloud infrastructure in a few clicks. It is aimed at all users, regardless of their skill level.

"Galileo enables us to make the full power of our high-performance computing machines available to a wider audience lacking familiarity with the specifics and subtleties of the Cloud" says Fatih Balyeli, CEO of Exaion.

Applicable across all domains and industries, it simplifies the deployment and monitoring of simulations, data science and other analyses through an intuitive graphical interface.

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Through a single dashboard, users can both take advantage of cloud storage solutions and harness the power of Exaion's machines for their calculations. Galileo acts as a fast and intuitive entry point and gateway for users who can, with one click in the web interface, transfer their tasks from the virtual machines to Exaion's high performance computing systems. The rest of the process is managed entirely by Galileo, which greatly simplifies the work of the users and offers them greater flexibility.

For which uses?

This concerns high-performance computing operations for various use cases: fluid mechanics, structural mechanics, CAD, etc. One notable example is the pharmaceutical sector: Galileo natively supports the simulation software often used by researchers in molecular dynamics and molecular docking, such as those currently working on COVID-19. Several researchers have reported that Galileo has helped speed up their work by 10 to 100 times while others have been able to obtain results in hours that previously took two weeks to calculate. Hypernet Labs will be adding support for a wider range of software in the coming months.

Are you interested?

Since 26 July, Exaion Cloud is open, via the Galileo web application, to all users wishing to perform high performance computing operations. To take advantage of this service, contact our experts via the form or at contact@exaion.fr.

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