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MPJ Express - Parallel Programming in Java

MPJ Express is an open source Java message passing library that allows application developers to write and execute parallel applications for multicore processors and compute clusters/clouds. It allows writing parallel Java applications using an MPI-like API.


A wrapper for NVidia's CuBLAS (Compute Unified Basic Linear Algebra Subprograms) for the CLR.


Blog de atividades do Microsoft Innovation Center - Interop, também conhecido como LMS, na Unicamp.


UACluster2 is set of manuals and tools to create and manage high performance computing cluster based on Microsoft Hyper-V virtual machines. It needs Microsoft HPC Server 2008 (Microsoft HPC Server 2008 R2) as a basis of cluster creation.

Parallel Dwarfs

The Parallel Dwarfs project is a suite of 13 kernels (as VS projects in C++/C#/F#) parallelized using various technologies such as MPI, OpenMP, TPL, MPI.Net, etc. It also has a driver to run them, collect traces, and visualize the results using Vampir, Jumpshot, Xperf and Excel

Shared Genomics Project MPI Codebase

The Shared Genomics project has developed parallelised statistical applications (MPI/OpenMP) which can analyse large genomic data-sets containing thousands of Single Nucleotide Polymorphisms (SNP). The code is based on the popular PLINK SNP-analysis program.

Transactional Entity Framework


Interop Router

This project establishes a communication framework and job dispatcher for a mixed operating system cluster environment.

batch-shipyard - Execute batch and HPC Dockerized workloads on Azure Batch with shared file system provisioning and linking support

Additionally, Batch Shipyard provides the ability to provision and manage entire standalone remote file systems (storage clusters) in Azure, independent of any integrated Azure Batch functionality.Batch Shipyard is now integrated directly into Azure Cloud Shell and you can execute any Batch Shipyard workload using your web browser or the Microsoft Azure Android and iOS app.