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Primeur weekly 2013-07-15

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Supercomputer acting as a discovery machine for neuroscience ...

Exascale supercomputing

Jack Dongarra helps design software for the next generation of supercomputers receiving $1 million grant ...

The Cloud

e-Infrastructures for e-Sciences 2013 ...

EastWest Bank chooses HP to build private Cloud ...

IBM accelerates Cloud computing on System z with acquisition of CSL International ...

IBM closes acquisition of SoftLayer Technologies ...

L'Oréal Uruguay consolidates IT infrastructure into the private Cloud and reduces power consumption with IBM PureSystems ...

Oracle announces availability of Cloud Application Foundation, the #1 application foundation across conventional and Cloud environments ...

Oracle expands support for mobile and Cloud technologies with the latest Java development tools and framework ...

US Ignite recognizes RENCI and NC State for innovative app for monitoring power grids ...

EuroFlash

MINES ParisTech selects Bright Cluster Manager for materials science research cluster ...

European Commission to launch survey about Future Internet Assembly ...

Bull launches StoreWay Optima 4600: reaffirming its presence in the new-generation data handling market ...

DANTE celebrates 20 years of networking excellence ...

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c deployed by CERN to manage its Oracle infrastructure ...

PRACE Winter School 2014 to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel ...

USFlash

Professor Jack Dongarra announces new supercomputer benchmark ...

CASL milestone validates reactor model using TVA data ...

DOST to strengthen weather forecasting to benefit farmers ...

Fujitsu M10 achieves world-record result on two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark ...

Fujitsu integrates internal database platform using SPARC M10 servers ...

1Wealth Trading Company opines on IBM's foray into global banking ...

Golf Channel selects Oracle's Pillar Axiom Storage System to support rapid growth and new reality programming ...

Stephen F. Austin State University readies for growth; speeds registration, adds 8X capacity and unlocks IT for strategic projects ...

TACC supercomputers help microfluidics researchers make waves at the microscopic level ...

MINES ParisTech selects Bright Cluster Manager for materials science research cluster

9 Jul 2013 San Jose - MINES ParisTech has selected Bright Cluster Manager to provision, monitor and manage its HPC cluster. The MINES ParisTech HPC cluster is comprised of existing and new IT resources that span two, physically distinct sites interconnected via a Metropolitan Area Network (MAN). Using Bright, these resources are collectively delivered as a single HPC cluster to researchers in materials science.

Based on requirements articulated by MINES ParisTech, Bright Computing partner transtec designed and implemented an HPC cluster that added over 650 cores for general-purpose HPC, as well as large-memory and GPU nodes. Through use of Bright Cluster Manager, transtec transparently extended MINES ParisTech's existing HPC environment to seamlessly incorporate the additional AMD cores and NVIDIA Tesla GPU. Even though the existing and new HPC resources span two sites separated by about 3 kilometers, Bright allows the MINES ParisTech IT team to manage the entire environment as a single HPC cluster. More importantly, this consolidated environment appears as a single HPC resource to MINES ParisTech researchers and their collaborators.

"The extension and consolidation of our HPC environment was facilitated by Bright Cluster Manager", stated Gregory Sainte-Luce, Computer Network and Systems Engineer, Centre des Matériaux, MINES ParisTech. "Bright significantly eases the day-to-day management of all HPC resources. For example, using Bright's capability to logically group nodes according to hardware type or location, we are able to rapidly perform scheduled service on a highly selective basis. The Bright-enabled efficiency and effectiveness of our IT operations is already allowing us to improve the level of service we provide to our on and off-site researchers. In fact, most of our researchers are completely unaware that their materials-science HPC cluster is in fact a consolidated resource that spans two physical sites."

Researchers at MINES ParisTech collaborate nationally and internationally within the materials-science community. By emphasizing close ties between physical and numerical experiments, the MINES ParisTech approach has resulted in the Z-set materials science and structural analysis suite that is used by researchers in universities, government laboratories and private industry. The extended HPC cluster is a key enabler for MINES ParisTech researchers. The recent enhancements, featuring use of Bright Cluster Manager as a primary component of the solution, will ensure that MINES ParisTech researchers will be able to derive the greatest value from the organisation's ongoing investment in HPC.
Source: Bright Computing

Back to Table of contents

Primeur weekly 2013-07-15

Special

Supercomputer acting as a discovery machine for neuroscience ...

Exascale supercomputing

Jack Dongarra helps design software for the next generation of supercomputers receiving $1 million grant ...

The Cloud

e-Infrastructures for e-Sciences 2013 ...

EastWest Bank chooses HP to build private Cloud ...

IBM accelerates Cloud computing on System z with acquisition of CSL International ...

IBM closes acquisition of SoftLayer Technologies ...

L'Oréal Uruguay consolidates IT infrastructure into the private Cloud and reduces power consumption with IBM PureSystems ...

Oracle announces availability of Cloud Application Foundation, the #1 application foundation across conventional and Cloud environments ...

Oracle expands support for mobile and Cloud technologies with the latest Java development tools and framework ...

US Ignite recognizes RENCI and NC State for innovative app for monitoring power grids ...

EuroFlash

MINES ParisTech selects Bright Cluster Manager for materials science research cluster ...

European Commission to launch survey about Future Internet Assembly ...

Bull launches StoreWay Optima 4600: reaffirming its presence in the new-generation data handling market ...

DANTE celebrates 20 years of networking excellence ...

Oracle Enterprise Manager 12c deployed by CERN to manage its Oracle infrastructure ...

PRACE Winter School 2014 to be held in Tel Aviv, Israel ...

USFlash

Professor Jack Dongarra announces new supercomputer benchmark ...

CASL milestone validates reactor model using TVA data ...

DOST to strengthen weather forecasting to benefit farmers ...

Fujitsu M10 achieves world-record result on two-tier SAP SD standard application benchmark ...

Fujitsu integrates internal database platform using SPARC M10 servers ...

1Wealth Trading Company opines on IBM's foray into global banking ...

Golf Channel selects Oracle's Pillar Axiom Storage System to support rapid growth and new reality programming ...

Stephen F. Austin State University readies for growth; speeds registration, adds 8X capacity and unlocks IT for strategic projects ...

TACC supercomputers help microfluidics researchers make waves at the microscopic level ...