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Bright Computing

2880 Zanker Road, Suite 203
San Jose, California, 95134
United States of America

Bright Computing provides comprehensive software solutions for provisioning and managing HPC clusters, Hadoop clusters, and OpenStack private clouds. Our software and services are sold around the world, both directly and through our extensive network of reseller partners.

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Bright is making Bright Cluster Manager widely available through the Easy8 program. 

Bright Cluster Manager is a commercial cluster management software designed to automate the process of installing, provisioning, configuring, managing, and monitoring clusters.

RedLine Performance Solutions is a provider of high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, aiming to provide objectively engineered solutions at every phase of the HPC lifecycle.

Bright 8.2 automates the process of imaging and managing servers that extend compute to the edge.

New features focus on edge computing, containers, standards compliance and increased performance.

Bright Cluster Manager software to support clusters of 100,000+ nodes well before the first exascale systems are scheduled to be delivered.

Word at the ISC Supercomputing Conference: Business is good for the HPC industry; costs continue to drop and new software tools increase HPC versatility. But there are some dark clouds on the near-term horizon.

Bright Computing's Bright Cluster Manager 8.0 now integrates with IBM Power Systems. 

With this integration, organizations can run Bright Cluster Manager Version 8.0 on top of Ubuntu, to easily build, provision, monitor and manage Ubuntu high-performance clusters from a single point of control.

Bright Computing's Bright Cluster Manager, version 8.0, includes support for Microsoft Azure to enable organizations to manage virtual servers running on the Azure cloud platform, as if they were local machines.

Bright Cluster Manager and Bright OpenStack 8.0 now offers a web-based graphical user interface and integration with Microsoft Azure.

The cloud is changing how engineering teams access and accelerate high-performance computing power.

The organization will improve how its customers deploy and manage HPC clusters.

The software lets users manage both nodes and individual GPU cards.

On-demand hardware and pay-per-use licensing are essential in opening new markets for HPC.

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