According to IDC FutureScape: Worldwide Cloud 2016 Predictions, the cloud will be the preferred delivery mechanism for analytics by 2018. For enterprises across sectors, turning that prediction into reality will be driven by HPC used to run parallel applications.Read More >
Version 7.3 of Bright OpenStack has a lot of great features. One I am most excited about is Cluster on Demand (COD), which lets end users provision entire cluster environments in a Bright OpenStack cloud. Any kind of cluster can be implemented, including HPC, Hadoop, Spark, or even a Bright OpenStack cloud.Read More >
The environment is easily managed by Bright OpenStack, which empowers faster and more efficient development cycles and better utilization of hardware, leading to faster, more effective development process.Read More >
In this video, Bright’s Chief Technology Officer talks about containerisation. Martijn explains that Linux container technology for HPC allows better control over resources.
He explains how container technology is also relevant for cloud bursting, because it allows you to create packages of HPC jobs that can be transferred to the cloud for remote processing, making cloud bursting certain workloads a lot easier than it is today.Read More >
In this video, Bright’s Chief Marketing Officer, Kristin Hansen, gives us her take on Bright Computing, the problems that we solve, and the value we offer to our customers.Read More >
When you need a whole lot of computing power, it’s hard to beat a clustered solution. But setting up the hardware and software can be challenging. How do we know? Because we set up and tear down clusters all the time around here. It can be a time consuming and frustrating task. But we’ve found a better way - Clusters as a Service (CaaS).Read More >