Microsoft HPC Pack (Windows HPC Server)
Windows HPC is a high performance computing (HPC) solution built on Windows Server technology and Microsoft HPC Pack. The Windows HPC solution combines a comprehensive set of deployment, administration, job scheduling, and monitoring tools for your Windows HPC cluster environment, and a flexible platform for developing and running HPC applications.
The latest version of the HPC Pack is Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 with Service Pack 1 (SP1). HPC Pack allows you to create, manage, and run HPC applications on Windows HPC clusters consisting of dedicated on-premises compute nodes, part-time servers, workstation computers, and hybrid deployments that can include resources that are deployed in Windows Azure.
Download Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 with SP1
HPC Pack 2012 with SP1 provides enterprise-class tools, performance, and scalability for a highly productive HPC environment.
Find out what's new in Microsoft HPC Pack 2012 with SP1
This document lists the new features and changes that are available in HPC Pack 2012 with SP1.
Set up a hybrid Windows HPC cluster with compute resources in Windows Azure
Learn how to create a Big Compute solution by using HPC Pack 2012 with SP1 and adding scalable, on-demand compute resources in Windows Azure.
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Microsoft HPC Pack 2012
Find content for users who want to evaluate, set up, deploy, maintain, and submit jobs to a Windows HPC cluster that is created with Microsoft HPC Pack 2012. Includes documentation for product evaluation and planning, getting started, cluster administration, job management, and technical reference.
Windows HPC Server 2008 R2
Find content to evaluate, set up, deploy, maintain, and submit jobs to a Windows HPC Server 2008 R2 cluster.
Windows HPC Server 2008
Find content to evaluate, set up, deploy, maintain, and troubleshoot Windows HPC Server 2008.
Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003
Find content to operate and troubleshoot Windows Compute Cluster Server 2003.
Windows HPC Server TechCenter
Find community resources including the product team blog and a variety of forums, in addition to technical resources.
Microsoft High Performance Computing for Developers
Provides API references and guides that help you create applications that interact with the HPC Job Scheduler Service, service-oriented architecture (SOA) services, client applications, and custom diagnostic tests and reports about an HPC cluster.