IHME Case Study


IHME Boosts Productivity, Avoids Cost by Deploying Docker and HPC Workloads on Kubernetes

By embracing containers and microservices architectures, organizations can gain tangible benefits including improved productivity and operational efficiencies. Most enterprises have sunk investments in existing technologies however, and if they are not careful they can end up with multiple, siloed infrastructures that can add cost and complexity.

Learn how the Institute for Health Metrics and Evaluation (IHME) embraced an innovative approach to deploying mixed workloads on Kubernetes, helping them avoid cost while paving the way to simplified adoption of containers at their own pace.

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