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OmpCloud: Programming Cloud Clusters with OpenMP

OmpCloud is a toolset that allows you to use the cloud as an OpenMP offloading device. While offloading has been widely used to move computations to GPUs using GPGPU programming languages (such as CUDA) or directive-based programming languages (such as OpenMP), transparent offloading to large cloud clusters was a much more complex and cumbersome task. To this end, OmpCloud extends the OpenMP execution model to allow transparent computation offloading to the Cloud.

https://ompcloud.github.io

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