Flexible, scalable and sustainable: the new power behind tomorrow’s weather predictions

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The world’s leading weather-forecasting companies, usually process weather data four times a day, which, depending on the speed of execution, can take around two hours at a time. This can be very expensive when using the cloud – resulting in companies only using cloud capacity for eight out of 24 hours, leaving a lot of downtime still to be paid for.

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