Bright Computing today announced it has joined the Linux Foundation and will participate in the OpenHPC Community project. The latest release of Bright Cluster Manager provides the ability for Bright customers to easily integrate OpenHPC libraries and packages for use within a Bright cluster.
“Bright Cluster Manager is arguably the best commercial cluster management software in the market today, and we’re constantly looking for new ways to extend our reach and allow more and more organizations to use it in ...Continue Reading →
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The appeal of High Performance Computing (HPC) is undeniable in many use cases like scientific research and real time financial market analysis. However, it can be a challenge to build an HPC stack from scratch. Large IT departments with expert staff can do it, but even they usually want to find easier, faster ways to bring HPC to life.
Contributors to the OpenHPC Collaborative community – like Dell EMC and others – have rewarded ...Continue Reading →
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This is an update release for the OHPC 1.3.x branch targeting support for CentOS 7.4 and SLES12SP3. This update release provides a number of component updates along with two new additions (mpi4py and pmix). This release also introduces a new compiler toochain (llvm5) and MPI toolchain (openmpi3).
Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.3 and no ...Continue Reading →
Join key OpenHPC contributors at the SC’17 BoF on Wed., November 15th at 12:15pm – 1:15pm
At this BoF, speakers from the OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee will provide a technical overview of the project and near-term roadmaps. We then invite open discussion giving attendees an opportunity to provide feedback on current conventions, packaging, request additional components and configurations, and discuss general future trends.
OpenHPC Project Lead Karl Schulz recently gave a project overview and update at the 2017 MVAPICH Users Group. Check out the presentation and follow along with the links below.
There is a growing sense within the HPC community for the need to have an open community effort to more efficiently build, test, and deliver integrated HPC software components and tools. To address this need, OpenHPC launched as a Linux Foundation collaborative project ...Continue Reading →
This is an update release against OHPC 1.3 that provides a number of component updates along with several new additions (e.g. cmake, plasma, pnetcdf, scotch, and slepc). This release also introduces a new llvm4 toolchain.
Note that users who previously enabled the OHPC 1.3 repository via the ohpc-release package will have access to the updates available in 1.3.2 and no additional repository enablement should be necessary. Please see the Release Notes for more detailed information along with important highlights for those ...Continue Reading →
The OpenHPC Technical Steering Committee has selected Karl W. Schulz to serve as the Technical Project Lead. Dr. Schulz has served in this role since the project was formed.
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OpenHPC is pleased to announce the formation of the 2017-18 Technical Steering Committee.
Join us in congratulating this year’s participants.