Bright Computing, the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software, announces it will be releasing Version 7.1 of Bright Cluster Manager for HPC at the ISC High Performance 2015 conference. The event will held July 12-16, 2015, in Frankfurt, Germany.
The new version will include enhancements to configuration management, extended BIOS support, and fully integrated Lustre support.
“The enhancements made in Version 7.1 of Bright Cluster Manager for HPC further reduce the complexity of on-premise HPC,” said Dr. Matthijs van Leeuwen, founder and CEO of Bright Computing. “These Bright-managed HPC environments can be easily extended into the cloud to take full advantage of dynamic resources and virtualized infrastructure.”
The Version 7.1 release of Bright Cluster Manager for HPC also includes enhancements in the integrated support for various workload managers. From fine-grained control for custom kernels to refactored internals optimized for resiliency and scalability, Bright 7.1 establishes a new standard for the management of HPC environments.
Bright also recently unveiled enhancements and updates to Bright Cluster Manager for Apache Hadoop, and Bright OpenStack.
For more information, visit http://www.brightcomputing.com/Solutions-HPC
About Bright Computing
Bright Computing is the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software in the world. Bright Cluster Manager provides a unified solution for the provisioning, scheduling, monitoring, and management of HPC clusters, Hadoop clusters, and OpenStack clouds, and has a presence in more than 500 data centers around the world. Bright Computing’s customer base includes global academic, governmental, financial, healthcare, manufacturing, oil/gas/energy, and pharmaceutical organizations such as Boeing, Intel, NASA, Stanford University, and St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital. Bright partners with Amazon, Cisco, Cray, Dell, Intel, and other industry experts to bring customers the greatest access to leading-edge cluster, server and cloud technology possible.