Operating principle

Distribution of Flux computations

Computing Distribution Engine (CDE) allows allocating and executing simultaneous Flux calculations launched from a client software (eg: Flux) on a set of dedicated computational machines. The figure below presents the operating principle. The Flux computations required by the client software are delegated to Computing Distribution Server that allocates them on the available computational resources and orders their execution. The client software recovers the results after the distribution server has notified the client software that the computations are finished.

Example of use

We can mention the following example of use:
  • Parametric analysis in a Flux project