Our concepts address the complex products available on the market, in order to convert these into manageable, structured solutions, whereby various technologies – such as the virtualization of compute and network resources, decentralized data storage, the availability of services, and the option for analyzing large volumes of data – play a crucial role. Our experience in the design and operation of large server infrastructures for a wide range of areas of application within companies and private or public infrastructures is a major component of helping you set up cloud environments.
A decisive advantage of providing infrastructures and services within a cloud solution is the high availability and flexible use of existing resources, which can be quickly and dynamically scaled, depending on the load. We help you select the key server system and network technologies that the infrastructure comprises and to operate the necessary middleware required for operation on the basis of OpenStack or Hadoop within virtualized or container-based environments. This enables you to leverage the options for analyzing data or the online provision of various services, such as databases and data storage, and to transparently map complex workflows from a multitude of applications for new infrastructures.
Thanks to the professional advice and support provided by MEGWARE, ZALF has now access to a powerful HPC cluster system, which makes new modeling methods and simulation techniques for complex agricultural landscape research available.
Dr. Ralf Wieland
Head of AG Simulation Methods | Leibniz Zentrum für Agrarlandschaftsforschung (ZALF)
CooLMUC-3 is the pilot system for future system cooling concepts of high performance computing.
Dr. Herbert Huber
Head of High Performance Systems Department | LRZ
The new PALMA II cluster is vital in strengthening science and research at our university. Special thanks go to our IT vendor MEGWARE that installed the new HPC system in the new data center within a very short time.
Dr. Raimund Vogl
Director | Zentrum für Informationsverarbeitung (ZIV)
- Ralf Wieland
- Herbert Huber
- Raimund Vogl