This week Bright Computing announced it is providing cluster and workload management for Dell’s Active Infrastructure for HPC Life Sciences solution, a pre-integrated, HPC platform optimized for the analysis of genomic sequences. The combined solution enables customers to store, manage, and analyze growing genomic data sets, without having to worry about complex infrastructure management.
Dell has established a solid working relationship with Bright Computing over the years,” said Reza Rooholamini, Director of Engineering at Dell. “By including the innovative management capabilities of Bright Cluster Manager in our solution, we are helping organizations, researchers and clinicians empower bioinformatics as a key value enabler.”
According to Dell, the Active Infrastructure for HPC Life Sciences solution enables organizations, researchers and clinicians to accelerate time-to-insight with an easy-to-deploy, open standards-based architecture designed for performance, a pre-integrated, pre-configured converged solution that is tested prior to delivery. Servers, memory, storage, networking, cluster interconnect, management and software development tools are pre-configured and pre-installed in a single, 42-unit rack.
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