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Managing Complexity in the New Era of HPC

In this contributed article, Bill Wagner, CEO of Bright Computing, discusses how the HPC industry has entered an era of change in the past few years. New technologies, cloud, edge, and a broadening set of commercial use cases in the areas of data analytics and machine learning have set in motion a tsunami of change for HPC. This is no longer a tool for rocket scientists and the research elite. HPC is quickly becoming a strategic necessity for all industries that want to gain a competitive advantage in their markets, or at least keep pace with their industry peers in order to survive.

Increasing HPC Cluster Productivity Through System Resource Tracking

This white paper from Bright Computing, “Increasing HPC Cluster Productivity Through System Resource Tracking” addresses the necessary steps to give administrators, managers, and users the information they need to use HPC system resources effectively, to maximize system productivity, to enable effective resource sharing, to identify waste and to provide charge-back capability.

Increasing HPC Cluster Productivity Through System Resource Tracking

This white paper from Bright Computing addresses the necessary steps to give administrators, managers, and users the information they need to use HPC system resources effectively, to maximize system productivity, to  enable effective resource sharing, to identify waste and to provide charge-back capability.

Atipa Technologies Joins Bright Reseller Program

Today Bright Computing announced that Atipa Technologies has become the latest company to join the Bright Computing Partner Program, as an Advanced Reseller. “Through our partnership with Bright Computing, we will incorporate Bright’s industry-leading cluster management technology into our HPC solutions so that our customers who are less familiar with the Linux command line or who do not have the financial resources to hire an experienced Linux sysadmin can dive in and start using the cluster on day one.”

Bright Computing adds more than 100 new customers In 2019

Commercial enterprises, research universities and government agencies are turning to Bright Cluster Manager to reduce complexity and increase flexibility of their high-performance clusters. Along these lines, the company just announced the addition of more than 100 organizations to its client list in 2019, including AMD, Caterpillar, GlaxoSmithKline, Saab, Northrop Grumman, Trek Bicycles, Samsung, General Dynamics, Lockheed Martin and BAE, as well as 19 government agencies and 28 leading universities.

Moving HPC to the Cloud with Easy8 and Bright Cluster Manager

In this video from SC19, Bill Wagner from Bright Computing announces the latest release of Bright Cluster Manager software for HPC, OpenStack, and Data Science. Now available for free for clusters up to eight nodes with the Easy8 program, Bright Cluster Manager simplifies building and managing Linux clusters from the core to the cloud and to the edge. “We are excited about the new features in 9.0,” said Bill Wagner, CEO of Bright Computing. “Our development team has been hard at work implementing a host of features designed to better extend on-premise clusters to the public cloud and edge, improve ease of use, lower administrative costs, and increase standardization across the enterprise.”

Bright Cluster Manager now Free for Clusters up to 8 Nodes

Today Bright Computing announced the launch of “Easy8” – a program designed to put their award-winning Bright Cluster Manager software in the hands of every organization working with high-performance Linux clusters. Easy8 offers the full-featured Bright Cluster Manager software for up to 8 nodes at no charge and is available immediately from the Bright Computing website. Bright also announced the launch of its new “BEACON” user community, which is designed to provide Bright customers and Easy8 users with a free forum where they can access technical content, share experiences, ask/answer questions, exchange ideas, and suggest product enhancements.

Bright Reseller Raid Media Systems Targets German Supercomputing Market

Raid Media Systems has become the latest partner to sign up to the Bright Computing Reseller Program. As a reseller, Raid Media Systems has chosen to partner with Bright Computing in order to provide its customers with an easy to use cluster management solution. The Reseller anticipates that Bright technology will allow its staff to spend less time on cluster management tasks and more time focusing on improving application performance and cluster utilization for its customers. “We are happy to partner with Bright to offer industry-proven cluster management software to our customer base,” said Daniel Vogel, Systems Engineer at Raid Media Systems. “This ensures that our customers get the very best solutions for their needs.”

Exploring Bright Cluster Manager on NVIDIA DGX Systems

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming an essential business and research tool, providing valuable new insights into corporate data and delivering those insights with high velocity and accuracy. While these AI capabilities add significant value to our lives, they are the most demanding workloads in modern computing history. Download the new report from Bright Computing to explore how NVIDIA DGX and Bright Cluster Manager are designed to deliver more of what AI infrastructure users need. 

Bright Cluster Manager Prepares for Exascale at SC18


Bright’s exascale-capable version of Bright Cluster Manager is designed to support 100,000+ nodes. The company began delivering enhancements towards exascale in 2016 with features such as dedicated provisioning nodes, and a new monitoring subsystem designed for extreme scale. Current development work includes dedicated monitoring nodes, hierarchical object rendering in the Bright UI, optimized API communication patterns, and exascale simulation testing.”