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Three-Part Vodcast for the Latest Updates and Enhancements of Version 7.1 of Bright Cluster Manager

In this three-part vodcast, Ian Lumb, Product Marketing Manager, discusses Version 7.1 of Bright Cluster Manager for HPC. In part one, Lumb walks the viewers through the most significant improvement in version 7.1. The new improvements add to the completeness and robustness of the product. The improvements help users deploy, use and maintain HPC clusters on the ground or in the cloud.
Version 7.1 is more complete at every level, from bare metal to the top of the application stack. It features fully integrated support for Dell BIOS. Users can now configure custom BIOS settings for individual nodes or category of nodes.
From internals to integrations, this new version is robust. Those who have interest in scaling up their HPC environments to increasingly larger degrees will like that the internals performance and reliability has been improved. Version 7.1 includes six new CMSH commands, backgrounds task monitoring, and refactored user portal. There are many other new and exciting improvements with this latest Version 7.1. Check out all three parts of Bright Computing's vodcasts here.

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Bob Gourley writes on enterprise IT. He is a founder of Crucial Point and publisher of CTOvision.com