Martijn de Vries

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Pushing Monitoring Data into your Bright Cluster

By Martijn de Vries | March 31, 2020

Whether you are a Bright customer, a Bright reseller, or in the process of evaluating Bright, you will be aware that Bright Cluster Manager is great at monitoring your cluster. From the moment that you set up your cluster for the first time, Bright’s monitoring capabilities set to work, providing comprehensive metrics and alerts.

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Exporting and Importing Bright Objects – See What’s Coming!

By Martijn de Vries | March 24, 2020

Exporting and importing Bright objects is a topic that comes up very often, and we have an exciting enhancement on the horizon that I wanted to tell you about.

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Job-based metrics help users visualize information on what is most important to them

By Martijn de Vries | February 22, 2016

Most HPC users conduct device-centered monitoring to keep track of the health of their cluster nodes. They select the device in question and a metric they are interested in, and can then see the results over time depicted with a chart or graph, say for example the temperature of the CPU for node 5 of a cluster.

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Bright Enhances Integration with Puppet in Bright Cluster Manager Version 7.2

By Martijn de Vries | January 27, 2016

One of the many exciting updates in Bright Cluster Manager version 7.2 is the enhancement to the software’s integration with Puppet. The integration is a major advancement in Bright Cluster Manager’s ability to simplify the deployment of nodes when administrators, for example, want to configure each node differently, as can be useful when hosting generic, non-HPC applications on a cluster.

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Heartbleed Update

By Martijn de Vries | April 15, 2014

You’ve probably heard about the recently discovered OpenSSL vulnerability called the

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