Silicon Valley, CA (April 16th, 2020) – OnScale, the global leader in Cloud Engineering Simulation, has released their free online training schedule available for both current and new customers. The Cloud Engineering Simulation Specialization with OnScale comprises of five free online training courses: Introduction to OnScale, MEMS Piezoelectric Simulation, Thermomechanical Simulation, Ultrasound Transducer Simulation, and Non-Destructive Testing Simulation.
OnScale is committed to maintaining a high level of productivity in order to support our customers’ businesses. Therefore, all training classes will be executed remotely as scheduled and without any disruption. Attendees will gain hands-on experience with OnScale so that they are ready to bring the power of cloud engineering simulation to their design workflow. All participants can get the OnScale software for free plus the cloud core-hours necessary to attend and run the simulations discussed during the classes.
Additionally, OnScale is currently providing free cloud core-hours to customers to mitigate engineering productivity loss related to the coronavirus outbreak and will continue to provide customers with the support they need to maintain high productivity.
OnScale offers hybrid local (fixed-license), private, and public cloud engineering simulation capability. “We became aware that some of our customers who had local licenses locked to desktop PCs or on private clouds could no longer access OnScale due to office closures. These engineers were told to work from home – but their computers and their engineering simulation software were locked in empty offices,” comments Ian Campbell, CEO of OnScale. “We believe many engineers will be looking at how to effectively work remotely, and the Cloud Engineering Simulation platform provided by OnScale together with the new free online training classes are a great way to keep them productive.”
The courses are suitable for anyone with an engineering, physics, or science background. Previous experience with the OnScale software is not required. More information on these free online courses can be found here.