Bright Cluster Manager: Editions

Bright Cluster Manager is available in two editions: Standard and Advanced. You can easily upgrade from Standard to Advanced Edition as your cluster grows in size and complexity.

Bright Cluster Manager –

STANDARD EDITION

The Standard Edition of Bright Cluster Manager includes all functionality required for small and medium size clusters, i.e. up to 100-200 nodes. The Standard Edition does not include support for redundant head nodes, cluster health management, or off-loadable provisioning. 

Bright Cluster Manager –

ADVANCED EDITION

The Advanced Edition of Bright Cluster Manager includes all Standard Edition functionality, plus support for redundant head nodes, cluster health management, and off-loadable provisioning.  Advanced Edition is suitable for clusters of any size. 
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Feature Overview
The table below lists key features of Bright Cluster Manager's standard and advanced editions:

Feature

STANDARD ADVANCED
Choice of Linux distributions
Intel Cluster Ready
Cluster Management GUI
Cluster Management Shell
Web-Based User Portal
JSON & SOAP APIs
Node Provisioning
Node Identification
Cluster Monitoring
Cluster Automation
User Management
Role-based Access Control
Parallel Shell
Workload Manager Integration
Cluster Security
Compilers
Debuggers & Profilers
MPI Libraries
Mathematical Libraries
Environmental Modules
Cloud Bursting
NVIDIA CUDA & OpenCL
GPU Management & Monitoring
Xeon Phi Management & Monitoring
Redundant Failover Head Nodes
Off-loadable Provisioning
Multi-Cluster Management
Suggested Number of Nodes 4-128 129-10,000+
Maximum sockets per server 2 unlimited
Standard Support
Premium Support Optional Optional
Hadoop add-on available Optional
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