- Installation Wizard - Install everything you need, including your chosen distribution of Linux, workload manager, libraries, and more.
- Node Provisioning - Handle the provisioning of software images to nodes with ease, for clusters of virtually any size and complexity.
- Graphical User Interface - A single, intuitive interface for all cluster management functionality.
- Comprehensive Monitoring - Monitor, visualize, and analyze a comprehensive set of hardware and software metrics with ease.
- GPU Management - Leverage powerful GPU management and monitoring capabilities to gain maximum control.
- Cloudbursting - Easily create new clusters in the cloud, or add cloud-based resources to your existing clusters on-the-fly.
Builds your cluster from bare metal servers or virtual machines (VMs) with nothing to pre-install. Installs everything you need, including HPC workload managers, Kubernetes, Spark and Deep Learning libraries on your chosen distribution of Linux—Red Hat Enterprise Linux, CentOS, SUSE Linux Enterprise Server, or Ubuntu
Automates and Pre-Checks Everything
Automatically sets up networking, user directories, DNS and firewalls, then runs automated tests to ensure that everything works properly
Supports Mixed Environments
Simplifies management of multiple-architecture and multipleOS clusters by combining different types of servers, architectures, and operating systems in the same cluster
Provides Comprehensive Monitoring
Monitors, visualizes, and analyzes a comprehensive set of hardware, software, and job-based metrics using workload accounting and reporting features
Integrates with the Cloud
Automatically provisions additional resources from AWS, Azure and Open Stack based clouds when needed
Manages Accelerators (GPUs, FPGAs, IPUs)
Tracks and reports status and utilization of accelerators on a per-job basis to ensure efficient utilization by end users
Optimizes Use of Cluster Resources
Ensures resources are allocated to applications according to demand and based on policies you define.
Provides the prerequisite underlying cluster for running Kubernetes, Docker and Singularity, and manages these packages through the Bright management interface
Includes Two Powerful User Interfaces
Provides two user interfaces so you can choose to provision, monitor, and manage your clusters with a traditional command line interface or the Bright View web-based graphical user interface
Easily Build and Manage Clusters for HPC, Deep Learning, Edge Computing, and More
Bright Cluster Manager lets you quickly build complete clusters from bare metal in minutes and manage them effectively. Bright combines provisioning, monitoring and change management facilities on a single tool that spans the entire lifecycle of your cluster, allowing administrators to provide better support to end users and your business
Manage your entire cluster with Bright Cluster Manager.
Quickly Deploy a Cluster for HPC, Deep Learning, or Edge Computing
When you need to get a cluster up and running, don't waste time cobbling together a solution from disparate open source tools. Bright software comes with everything you need to set up a complete cluster from bare metal and manage it with a powerful user interface. Whether your cluster is on-premises or in the cloud, Bright is the right choice for all your clustered infrastructure projects.
Dynamic Clusters with In-depth Accounting and Reporting
Bright's dynamic cloud provisioning capability enables you to build an entire cluster in the cloud or expand your physical cluster into the cloud for extra capacity. Bright can provision compute resources in Amazon Web Services or Microsoft Azure automatically and on-demand. With Workload Accounting and Reporting, you can isolate resource utilization by project and limit the visibility of resource usage to the owner of each project
Manage Edge Computing Infrastructure
The Bright Edge feature in Bright Cluster Manager allows you to deploy,
manage and monitor geographically distributed cluster resources, including edge compute servers located in remote areas that lack skilled IT resources.
Bright Computing has been building enterprisegrade cluster management software for more than a decade. Bright Cluster Manager has been successfully deployed in thousands of locations around the globe, providing an unparalleled level of maturity know-how and battle-tested software that you can count on.
Clusters in the Cloud
Bright Cluster Manager can provision and manage clusters that run either on-premises or in a public cloud. You can build an entire cluster in Amazon Web Services (AWS) or Azure from scratch, or extend a physical cluster into the cloud when you need extra capacity. Use Bright's new
Auto-Scaling feature to automatically scale HPC queues and Kubernetes applications from pools of both local nodes and cloud nodes to create a highly effective hybrid cloud environment.