Run OpenSees in the Cloud

Many OpenSees use cases, from the embarrassingly parallel to large, high fidelity models, require high performance computing (HPC). But even today, HPC remains out of reach for many OpenSees users for a variety of reasons. If you or your organization is able to purchase HPC hardware, the overhead to maintain and operate the hardware remains … Continue reading Run OpenSees in the Cloud

How to Run an OpenSees Container in the Cloud

Now that OpenSees is just another Python module, you can do some pretty cool things in the cloud (and on the ground). One of those cool cloud things is running an OpenSees analysis in a container on Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Microsoft Azure. A KH-lenticular or Kelvin-Helmholtz wave cloud (from this tweet). With either … Continue reading How to Run an OpenSees Container in the Cloud