As a result, JARVICE XE becomes the first container-native HPC hybrid cloud platform that is able to support all major CPU architectures, including the latest Arm-based CPUs. In addition, Nimbix is expanding its HyperHub Application Marketplace to enable developers and independent software vendors (ISVs) to deploy or port their applications and algorithms to Arm-powered compute clusters and clouds.
Enterprises deploying JARVICE XE software now have a single HPC control plane that can span multiple data centres, multiple clouds, and multiple hardware architectures, easily mixing and matching traditional x86 workloads with new and fast-emerging high performance Arm workloads. JARVICE XE brings a seamless point-and-click experience and unified API to the Arm ecosystem.
"Nimbix, in pioneering containerised cloud HPC, has consistently sought to unlock the capabilities of next-generation silicon technology, making it easy to consume by enterprises and software vendors working to solve the world's most complex problems," said Steve Hebert, CEO of Nimbix. "By supporting the Arm architecture natively in our platform, we can enable new processing capabilities for our customers immediately."
Using JARVICE XE, customers and ISVs can develop, build, containerise and distribute their Arm-based applications for immediate deployment and fully automate clusters on any compatible infrastructure or cloud or a hybrid of both.
"Arm Neoverse technology uniquely addresses the rapidly evolving demands of HPC through a combination of performance, power efficiency, and scalability," said Brent Gorda, senior director of HPC, Arm. "We are pleased to have leading hybrid cloud platforms, such as Nimbix JARVICE XE, offering native support for Arm to enable new levels of performance and compute capabilities."
JARVICE XE is available immediately for on-premises and hybrid cloud deployments and is licensed annually with full support and updates. Cloud bursting and multi-site support are featured capabilities.