2 Nov 2015 San Jose - Bright Computing, a provider of hardware-agnostic cluster and Cloud management software, will release several updates and enhancements to its most popular management software solutions at SC15, which takes place November 15-20, 2015, in Austin, Texas. The updates will include more than a dozen features that simplify OpenStack deployment, add built-in integration functionality, and greatly improve Big Data integration, including support for the latest releases from Apache, Cloudera, Hortonworks, and Pivotal.
At booth #1815, Bright's software development engineers and other Bright experts will be on hand to demonstrate how the new features meet Bright's mission to reduce the complexity of on-premise HPC and make it easy to extend into the Cloud to take full advantage of dynamic resources and virtualized infrastructure.
"Bright's HPC cluster management solution provides a solid foundation for combining high-performance computing, Big Data, and private Cloud environments", stated Dr. Matthijs van Leeuwen, founder and CEO of Bright Computing. "Our latest enhancements respond to the growing trend we are seeing in which more and more HPC users want to combine HPC workloads with big data analytics workloads in the same infrastructure."
As users demand flexibility to run workloads on either bare metal, virtualized machines, or in containerized environments, Bright has been focusing on developing a complete infrastructure that gives operators this choice. "Our management solutions offer a single pane of glass management for the hardware, the operating system, the software, and users. Administrators can offload the workload to a public Cloud or to a mixed environment, with some servers run on-premises and some in the Cloud."