By Bright Staff | September 08, 2016 | HPC
In late 2015, the College of Life and Environmental Sciences at the University of Exeter in Penryn approached Bright Computing with a desire to re-vamp an old cluster that comprised of a mixture of servers and hardware at all stages of lifecycle.
This case study looks at why and how the team at Exeter University introduced Bright technology to increase automation and reduce manual administration, with a goal to optimise performance.
Download the case study here.
This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 711315 Bright Beyond HPC