Computational job scheduling with AT Computing

maurice verheesenR&D customers usually have computational jobs that are processor-, memory- and IO-bound. This complicates job scheduling; how to find the “right” machine for the job? The machine needs to fit the requirements and has to be available as well. Maurice Verheesen of DTL Partner AT Computing: “AT Computing helps in these situations with our knowledge of orchestrating job scheduling and our computational optimization techniques. The problem is solved on an organizational as well as a technical level, and computational jobs run sooner, better and finish faster.”

Please contact Maurice Verheesen for more information.

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