A New Approach to Distributed Computing
Discover how you can easily develop scalable applications and harness the full potential of the cloud with The Hadean Architecture Whitepaper.
Overcome the Challenges of Cloud-Native Development
This whitepaper provides an in-depth guide to:
- The Distributed Process Model
- The Hadean Platform
- Other Distributed Computing Solutions
- Aether Engine
Discover all this and the unparalleled scale of building with Hadean.
“Imagine writing a 50 line program to analyse megabytes of data on your laptop. Now imagine applying the same program to terabytes of data, using thousands of processors in the cloud. This is the system Hadean is building. It will enable everyone to access and explore the world’s data using unlimited computing power – leading to new understanding, ideas and innovations.”
David May, inventor of the first parallel microprocessor
In this video, you will see one of the key libraries developed on the Hadean platform, Aether Engine. Aether is a spatial simulation engine that scales across different processors and physical machines, utilising more computing power as the simulations grow in complexity and size. It demonstrates some of the key principals underpinned by the Hadean platform.
Download the whitepaper and explore a new alternative to existing distributed computing methodologies
Revolutionise your operations and logistics. Discover how Hadean provides the ultimate platform for simulations of unparalleled scale and connectivity. Synthesise multiple data types and devices under one architecture to provide insight that can better inform optimisation and procedure.
Learn why Hadean is built on Rust and it’s technical advantages. By enabling developers to write programs without undefined or unpredictable behaviour, Rust became the ideal programming language for the development of the Hadean platform.
In this video you will see how the Hadean platform provides an infrastructure on which virtual training, decision support and situational awareness can happen under one common architecture.