Bright Joins Intel for a "Conversation in the Cloud"

By Bright Staff | August 22, 2019

We’re pleased to share news that a recent interview with Bright Computing is now featured on Intel’s podcast series, Conversations in the Cloud.

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Taashee Linux Services Joins the Bright Partner Program

By Tim Ranagan | August 16, 2019

We announced this week that Taashee Linux Services has joined the Bright Partner Program as a Reseller Partner serving India, Singapore, and the UAE. Taashee Linux Services specializes in clustering, container orchestration, cloud computing (OpenStack / AWS), machine learning, DevOps, and artificial intelligence. The company has a strong technical background and deep experience providing consulting to companies across the region. Taashee’s guiding principle is to incubate technology, build stronger technical and delivery skills, and roll out a plan to increase a customer’s ROI consistently.

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Containers & HPC

By Ray Burgemeestre | August 08, 2019

The benefits of containerization are pretty clear these days: achieving process isolation, avoiding dependency hell, and having the same environment locally as in production. This blog post gives an overview of some of the containerization solutions available today.

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ICYMI: Bright Reseller Raid Media Systems Targets German Supercomputing Market

By Jack Hanna | August 06, 2019

We announced last week that Raid Media Systems is the latest partner to join the Bright Computing Reseller Program. Raid Media Systems is an independent IT systems integrator offering HPC solutions ranging from small systems to turnkey solutions with of hundreds of nodes. Working with organizations in the research, academic, government, and industry sectors, Raid Media Systems designs, configures, builds, optimizes, and supports HPC systems that meet specific requirements for their customers.

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The Convergence of HPC and A.I.

By Bill Wagner | July 31, 2019

The convergence of HPC & A.I. is a hot topic right now, and for good reasons.  In practice, there is a symbiotic relationship between (for example) HPC simulations and machine learning.  HPC simulations generate tons of data, and as luck would have it, machine learning requires tons of data to train models.  If we turn the value proposition around, the quality and effectiveness of HPC simulations can be improved if we use machine learning to identify the parameters in simulation data that have a significant effect on the outcome and focus subsequent iterations of simulation on those parameters. 

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Bright Discovery - Building Dynamic Partnerships

By David Dean | July 30, 2019

Bright has been working collaboratively with one of our valued US Technology Consulting partners based out of the northeast, for a number of years, so it was a real privilege to be invited to give a presentation at their annual Sales Kick-Off, last week. Together, Bright and our consulting partner offer advanced infrastructure management solutions to organizations across North America who are looking to harness the power of their HPC, deep learning, AI, and OpenStack.

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X-ISS: We're Here to Help You Get Brighter

Based out of Houston Texas, X-ISS is an HPC systems integration firm focused on HPC management and analytics solutions. We’re a proud partner of Bright Computing and I’m pleased to say that we now provide professional Bright training services to all Bright customers.

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Bright Demo and Tutorial Videos

By Bill Harries | July 16, 2019

Have you ever said to yourself – “I sure wish Bright Computing would create some videos or tutorials that show how to...”. I thought so… wish no more. Bright is in the process of building out a number of demos and tutorials that show users how to do all sorts of administrative and management tasks. In many cases, we show ways to do things in both the Bright View graphical cluster management interface as well as our cluster management shell (aka CMSH). The current list of videos includes:

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Realize the Massive Potential of your AI Infrastructure

By Tim Ranagan | July 03, 2019

With an ever-expanding array of future-focused use-cases and solutions, Artificial Intelligence (AI) has rapidly become an essential business and research tool for enterprise, academic, and government end-users. Organizations everywhere are investing incredible amounts of resources into the development of these solutions, and while these AI capabilities are proving to add significant value to our lives, they are also proving to be some of the most demanding workloads in modern computing history. It should come as no surprise that the high-performance computing (HPC) clusters required to run AI workloads place significant strain on traditional (and in some cases “legacy”) IT infrastructure, as businesses struggle to keep pace with ever-expanding sets of hot and warm data.

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ISC - That's a Wrap!

By Rachel Chicken | June 27, 2019

Well, what a hot and busy week that was! Once again, our time in Frankfurt started with an invitation to HP-CAST where we had the opportunity to network with customers and partners, and for our Director Product Management, Robert Stober to speak on “Edge to Core to Cloud – Making the Vision a Reality.” In his session, Robert looked at the challenges of building and managing a distributed infrastructure; and talked about how organizations can achieve their goal of running a shared infrastructure that spans the edge, the core, and the cloud.

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