Primeur magazine

Edition: flash - Issue: 2015-12-08

Industry news

Univa joined the Open Container Initiative (OCI). The OCI is an open governance structure for the express purpose of creating open industry standards around container formats and runtime. The OCI is a broad coalition of industry leaders and managed under the Linux Foundation. The organization will focus on promoting a set of common, minimal, open standards and specifications around container technology. Read further...

Focus on Europe

Brussels-based supercomputing organisation PRACE has a job opening for a Peer-Review and Project Officer. Responsabilities include preparation and implementation of Calls for Proposals, administration of the peer-review process, and project management and administration. Read further...
Bright Computing, a provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and Cloud management software, will deliver a presentation and exhibit at the Coventry-based event. Computing Insight UK (CIUK) replaces the internationally renowned Machine Evaluation Workshop (MEW). The event, which takes place at the Ricoh Arena on December 8-9, will build on the heritage of MEW, providing a platform for the latest developments in high performance computing, Cloud and data analytics. Bright Computing will participate in the exhibition which will showcase the latest technology from hardware and software developers and resellers. Bright has also been confirmed as a speaker in the exhibitor's forum, and will present on "Cluster as a Service: Unlocking the Cloud, On or Off Premise". Read further...
Bright Computing will co-exhibit with its partner transtec at Journées Réseaux de l'Enseignement et de la Recherche (JRES), a trade show in Montpellier, France, December 8th to 11th 2015. JRES is a conference held every two years for French stakeholders in higher education and research. The four-day conference is supported by an exhibition that is set to attract 1,600 visitors in 2015. Bright Computing will have a presence on the transtec booth, number 29/31. Read further...