Welcome to Bright Cluster Manager 9.1— the latest version of our market leading software for building HPC, data science, and private cloud Linux clusters. 9.1 delivers more cluster management capabilities from edge to core to cloud, and comprises built-in expertise, integrated cluster build, management, and monitoring, and platform independence. Release 9.1 takes simplified cluster management to a whole new level. Here are some of the key features in 9.1:
This integration allows organizations to fully utilize their vSphere infrastructure (i.e., 24x7x365), saving money, quickly giving teams the ability to spin-up Clusters-as-a-Service and accelerating innovation for the business by increasing the capacity of high-performance infrastructure that drives innovation.
Tapping into available vSphere capacity for high-performance needs will also reduce the need for organizations to use public cloud infrastructure, further reducing their costs, and also eliminate the need to move data into the public cloud.
"We are excited about the new features in 9.1. Our development team has been hard at work implementing a host of features designed to better extend on-premise clusters to the public cloud and edge, improve ease of use, lower administrative costs, and increase standardization across the enterprise."
-Martijn de Vries, CTO
Bright Computing has announced the latest version of their Bright Cluster Manager (BCM) software. Version 9.1 further simplifies building and managing clusters from edge to core to cloud.
Learn how Bright automates the process of building and managing modern high-performance Linux clusters - eliminating complexity, enabling flexibility, and supporting scalability
Bright Cluster Manager 9.1 is now generally available. This webinar will dive into the key features and functionality in 9.1.
Bill Wagner discusses Bright Cluster Manager 9.1 with InsideHPC.
For more information about Bright Cluster Manager 9.1, please contact us.