Bright Computing Shares Plans for Cloud Expo Europe

    

Amsterdam, Netherlands – Today, Bright Computing, the leading provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and cloud management software, announced that the company will be exhibiting and presenting at Cloud Expo Europe, taking place April 12th to 13th, at ExCeL in London.

This year, Cloud Expo Europe promises an unrivalled line up of world-class suppliers to the cloud technology sector, thousands of hours of free content from over 500 of the industry’s leading international practitioners, and first class peer networking opportunities. The show is co-located with Data Centre World, Cloud Security Expo, and Smart IOT London.

At the event, Bright Computing will exhibit in the Open Cloud Park. Bright has also been chosen to deliver two presentations at the event:

How to prepare for the convergence of high performance computing and high performance data analytics
Wednesday April 13th, 10.15am
In this presentation, Bright Computing will explore how big data analytics could learn lessons from the HPC world.  HPC enables big data use cases through all three lifecycle phases: data capture and filtering; analytics; results visualization.  Added to this, the speed of computation matters just as much as the scale. So, to unlock the power of big data, smart enterprises must pair it with HPC.   

Taking the drama out of servicing your DevOps demand
Wednesday April 13th, 1.25pm
Bright Computing will explain how companies can harness OpenStack to make the business more agile and responsive.  The presenter will show how organisations can build their own DevOps cloud platform, in minutes, and manage both their virtual cluster(s) as well as the physical hardware underneath - all from a single pane of glass.  

To learn more about Bright’s plans for Cloud Expo, or to schedule a meeting, please contact Rachel Chicken  

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This project has received funding from the European Union’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme under grant agreement No 711315 Bright Beyond HPC