Watch this informative webinar and learn how to use software-defined compute to create a single infrastructure for HPC, big data, and machine learning applications.
Learn how to get the most out of HPC clusters using cloud computing. The webcast explains how Bright Cluster Manager makes it easy to burst to a public cloud for extra capacity, create clusters on demand in the cloud, and build and manage hybrid clouds.
Perhaps you are preparing to take your first steps into the world of HPC, or perhaps you are already supporting these systems and are looking for a better way to manage them. Either way, Slurm can make your life easier.
It features Robert Stober, Director of Systems Engineering at Bright Computing discussing how to bring diverse computing technologies together to create a business advantage.
Bright makes it easy to deploy and manage virtual clusters in the Microsoft Azure cloud. We give our customers the ability to easily build a virtual cluster entirely in Azure or to extend an on-premises cluster into Azure for extra capacity.
A private cloud offers many of the same benefits that a public cloud does, such as flexibility and scalability, but does it using private IT infrastructure. While public clouds provide services to many different companies, a private cloud is used by only one. This eBook provides a brief look at private clouds and discusses some issues to consider before you deploy.
CHPC embarked on a multi-year project to upgrade its entire HPC environment. Their existing estate, comprising four HPC clusters with a combined compute power of approximately 114 Teraflops, were to be enhanced with the edition of a new peta-scale supercomputer.
The Met Office is a world leading weather forecasting and climate prediction organization that conducts research designed to protect lives and increase prosperity. The institution’s 500 scientists conduct research using data-intensive, high-resolution models to increase forecast accuracy and provide a deeper understanding of climate change.
The largest use of Univerity of Leicester's HPC service comes from the Science and Engineering departments, but there is significant use in other areas such as Economics, Health Sciences, Genetics, and Cardiovascular Science. Learn why the university selected Bright to manage its campus-wide HPC service.
In this book, two of Bright’s developers hash out the pros and cons of these competing (and complementary) technologies: Containers and Virtual Machines