Techila Distributed Computing Engine offers an easy way to speed up your MATLAB® application. In this demo we are using 200 CPU cores from the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. When using Techila Distributed Computing Engine (TDCE), you don’t need to pay for other MATLAB® licenses than for your own PC.
This video demonstrates how to distribute a heavy stochastic structure easily using Techila’s Cloudfor method. You can accelerate MATLAB® without re-engineering your code. Speed up MATLAB® code linear relative to cloud capacity.
Modelling, simulation, optimisation and data-analysis applications often spend a great part of their running times in for loop structures. Techila Distributed Computing Engine enables automatic parallelization of these structures and scalable fast computing without the complexity of traditional high-performance computing. Fast MATLAB® made easy!
Techila Distributed Computing Engine is the missing link between applications and the capacity of the Clouds. It supports all the modern IT architecture scenarios, including hybrid cloud IT scenario and cloud bursting. If you use Monte Carlo methods, stochastic simulation based optimization, or data analysis, using Techila Distributed Computing Engine and Microsoft Azure to accelerate the MATLAB run will be easily rewarded in time, productivity, and resource savings.