Waseda University leverages Bright Computing to simplify Cluster Management

By Bright Staff | January 23, 2020

Waseda University is currently conducting important research at their Yamaji Laboratory on nuclear reactor design and safety analysis cited in this recent case study provided by HPC Tech. Their research encompasses four major themes including:

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Multiple Workload Management Clusters with Bright 9.0

By Robert Stober | January 21, 2020

A significant change we’ve seen in the HPC landscape is the need to process data and run workloads at the edge. Last year, Bright delivered Bright Edge, which allows organizations to quickly and easily provision and manage servers at edge locations and enabled them to manage multiple locations as a single cluster. The new year brings with it Bright 9.0, which provides the ability to deploy and manage a workload manager (WLM) instance at each location.

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The future of high-performance computing infrastructure can be summed up in one word: “Different”

By Bill Wagner | January 07, 2020

At the beginning of each new year, many articles are written about what lies ahead in the coming year, especially in the fast-changing, ever-evolving area of tech.  When the new year is also the beginning of a new decade, the number of articles multiply accordingly.  

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Virtual Bright User Group - Pushing the Boundaries of Clustered Infrastructure Management

By Dan Kuczkowski | December 18, 2019

The Virtual Bright User Group meets twice a year to hear the latest product roadmap from Bright and to provide feedback into our strategy and product direction.

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University of Siegen – Securing its investment in HPC with Bright

By Terry Rush | December 13, 2019

I was delighted to see the press announcement from Bright last week, regarding a customer of mine, University of Siegen, who has chosen to significantly expand its Bright software footprint to address the increasingly varied and challenging demands of its research staff.

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Bright Announces Bright Cluster Manager v9.0 at SC19

By Bright Staff | November 19, 2019

This week at SC19, Bright announced the latest version of their Bright Cluster Manager software for HPC, OpenStack, and Data Science. With 9.0, Bright is offering deeper public cloud integration, detailed Kubernetes reporting, enhanced edge computing features and broader support for mixed architectures. The combination of these innovative updates simplifies building and managing Linux clusters from edge to cloud to core.

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UND Reaffirms its Commitment to Bright Technology

By Dan Kuczkowski | October 10, 2019

Here at Bright, we were delighted to announce, earlier this week, that the University of North Dakota has deployed a host of Bright technology into its supercomputing infrastructure, including Bright Cluster Manager for HPC and Data Science, and Bright OpenStack. 

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The Countdown to 2020 and What Lies Ahead

By Bill Wagner | September 30, 2019

With the start of 2020 only 3 months away, we’re now in the process of building out plans for the year ahead in order to hit the ground running on January 1st. 

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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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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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