Not all of us have our own computing resources. And we do not all have the opportunity, either, to respond quickly and easily to our needs for innovation. But whoever we may be – a small or medium enterprise, a research office, a design studio or a major international company – we all want the ability for unlimited innovation, while still keeping control over our costs.
With extreme factory, Bull gives you access to all its expertise in Extreme Computing, through a whole new kind of cloud computing services offering. At last, with extreme factory, Bull is making cost-effective computer simulation accessible to everyone.
Bull has joined forces with leading software vendors and drawn on all the Group’s extensive experience in Extreme Computing, to create extreme factory:the only on-line portal where you can access yourentire High-Performance Computing environmentin one place. Use it to directly manage yourprojects on line, every step of the way – from dataintegration to visualizing the final results – usingthe applications of your choice. It’s not just similar to your working environment, but a perfect replica, accessible via the Internet, totally customizable and providing a single point of entry for all your needs. So you have total freedom for unlimited innovation… while still keeping a watchful eye on your budget.
As manufacturer of best-in-class servers, network operator, hosting services provider and IT security specialist, Bull has mobilized the full breadth of itsexperience and expertise to design extreme factory.
Developed on an ultra high-performance open system, which is totally hosted and managed by Bull, extreme factorydelivers total compatibility with all standardcomputing codes, total confidentiality for all yourdata, and total access to all the available powerof the very latest systems and components.
Based on award-winning bullx supercomputers, extreme factory allows you to access as many processing cores as you want. And if you want to go even further, you can even specify the technical environment (resource allocation mode, processor family, job scheduler, type of storage, network technologies, network isolation levels) and the type of service you have access to (PaaS, Platform as a Service or SaaS, Software as a Service).
And finally, the level of support and service on offer ensures that you have optimum access, performance and response times