Lilly lets researchers expense cloud time

Eli Lilly continues to bolster its use of the cloud to help drug researchers work at their own pace. The pharma cloud pioneer's IT group has created templates for scientists to use in commissioning servers. Researchers use corporate credit cards to purchase computing resources, which start at 8.5 cents per hour on a simple Linux server, rising to 22 cents on a Red Hat Linux Server or more on virtual servers having more memory and processing power. Article

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