Welcome to Bright Computing’s Spotlight ON podcast series. Each episode shines the spotlight on an industry expert who shares their views on the latest technology advancements and trends in the high performance computing industry.
In this podcast, Jack Hanna, Director of Alliances at Bright Computing, meets Andrew O'Neill, Solutions Architect at Silicon Mechanics. With a partnership that spans almost a decade, Jack and Andrew discuss how Bright and Silicon Mechanics are addressing market demand, and share their views of the future direction of the HPC industry.
In this episode of the podcast, we welcome Bill Wagner, CEO at Bright Computing and Trish Damkroger, Vice President and General Manager, High Performance Computing Group at Intel. Together they will discuss the theme of how to manage change and complexity in the new era of HPC.
In this podcast, Lee Carter, VP Alliances at Bright Computing is joined by Earl J Dodd, Global HPC & Supercomputing Technical Solutions Architect at WWT. Join them for an interesting insight into how WWT sees the HPC and AI market, and how, together, Bright and WWT helps our mutual customers tackle the challenges presented by these new workloads.
In this podcast, Terry Rush, Sales Director at Bright Computing, is joined by Matthew Foley, AMD’s Field Application Engineering Director in EMEA. Join Terry and Matthew to hear why AMD chose Bright Cluster Manager to support is lab environment, and how AMD is leveraging Bright's technology.
The following recording is an episode of "This Week in HPC", shared with permission by Intersect360 Research who provides accurate market intelligence for High-Performance Computing. For more information and for regular episodes of "This Week in HPC", please visit intersect360.com.
In this episode, Addison Snell, CEO of Intersect360, is joined by Bill Wagner, CEO of Bright Computing, for a discussion of scalability, ...
In this podcast, Lee Carter, VP Alliances at Bright Computing is joined by Brock Taylor, Director of HPC Solutions at Intel, to take a look at our partnership that spans the last 11 years.
This is a lively and engaging discussion that explores the role that Bright plays in Intel's Select Solutions, and both companies' plans for the future.
Lee also shares details of an Intel/Bright webinar that will take place on June 10th,...
In this podcast, Bright's Director of Product Management, Robert Stober is once again joined by Adnan Khaleel, the Global Sales Strategist for HPC, AI and Deep Learning at Dell EMC.
Together they discuss the Bright Jupyter integration, which is a combination of JupyterHub, JupyterLab, and Jupyter Enterprise Gateway. They look at how the Bright Jupyter integration makes it easy for customers to use Bright for Data Science through...
In this podcast, Bright's Director of Alliances, Jack Hanna, is joined by Bart Willems, Technology Director of HPC at Atipa. In March 2020, Bright announced that Atipa became an Advanced Partner in the Bright Reseller Program. In this episode, Bright and Bart discuss the partnership and Atipa's go-to-market offering in the HPC space.
In this podcast, Robert Stober, Director of Product Management at Bright Computing, and Adnan Khaleel, Global Sales Strategist for HPC, AI and Deep Learning at Dell EMC, come together once again to talk about Bright Auto Scaler. This is a hybrid cloud solution that can automatically extend a local or cloud-based HPC cluster to the AWS or Azure public cloud, or to Bright OpenStack, based on workload demand.
In this episode, Terry Rush, Director of Sales at Bright Computing spends time with Simula’s Research Director for Software Engineering and HPC, Professor Are Magnus Bruaset, and Senior Research Engineer at Simula, Tore Heide Larsen. Together they discuss the reasons that Simula chose to deploy Bright technology and the role that it plays in the Simula HPC architecture.
In this episode, Robert Stober, Director of Product Management at Bright Computing is joined by Adnan Khaleel, Global Sales Strategist for HPC, AI and Deep Learning at Dell EMC. Together, they will discuss the subject of HPC as a service: What it means, how it is different from traditional HPC, and what the benefits are.
In this episode, Jack Hanna, Director Alliances at Bright Computing, interviews Jim Decker, Senior Account Manager at X-ISS. X-ISS is a Bright Services Partner and Reseller, that works with customers to integrate, manage, and maintain HPC cluster systems, as well as monitor, report, and deliver analytics that are important to HPC users.?
In this podcast, Bright’s Director of Alliances, Jack Hanna, talks to Don Avart, Co-Founder and CTO, and Keith Ball, Senior HPC Engineer at Redline Performance Solutions. The three discuss the North American HPC market and the combination of products and services that Bright and Redline combine to deliver.
Join Bright CEO, Bill Wagner, and Bright Head of Operations, Bill Harries, as they discuss Bright's latest announcement to offer full-featured Bright Cluster Manager for clusters of up to 8 nodes - free of charge.
In this episode, Jack Hanna, Director Alliances at Bright Computing enjoys a discussion with Aaron Bergstrom, UND's High Performance Computing specialist. They discuss UND's clustered infrastructure, and how the University has harnessed the power of Bright's management solutions to combine HPC, big data, deep learning, and private cloud environments within a highly dynamic, flexible IT infrastructure.
In this podcast, the Bright marketing team share their plans for SC19, the most influential supercomputing show of the year, taking place in Denver Colorado. Join the team to learn about all activity taking place at the Bright booth, during the week of November 18th.
With 2020 just around the corner and with so many changes taking place in the HPC, machine learning, and edge computing markets, how do organizations plan for the year ahead? How should an organization take advantage of the latest technology trends, while mitigating against any uncertainty in the market? In this podcast, Bright CEO Bill Wagner, and Bright Head of Operations Bill Harries take a look at 2020 from a technology perspec...
BeeGFS, provided by ThinkParQ, is a highly respected and popular parallel file system, used by many Bright customers. Bright seamlessly integrates with BeeGFS and reports on the performance and health of BeeGFS in Bright View, our central management console. In this 15-minute podcast, Bright and ThinkParQ will explain how our two companies offer a compelling solution for our customers around the world.
NVIDIA DGX servers managed by Bright Cluster Manager deliver the perfect balance of increased concurrency for handling data science workloads, the massive compute requirements associated with those workloads, and the seamless management of all resources across the HPC cluster. Join this podcast to learn more about the power behind this partnership.
Intel Select Solutions are designed for productivity, compatibility, and workload-optimized performance across a broad range of traditional HPC applications. Using Bright Cluster Manager, customers and partners are able to leverage the productivity and flexibility of Bright’s powerful cluster management technology to quickly configure and deploy Intel Select Solutions, and as a result, enjoy the compatibility and performance of Int...
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Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.