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Bright Computing partners with Boston Germany

Cluster and cloud management software company Bright Computing has announced a partnership with Boston Germany.

Boston says it has chosen to partner with Bright Computing as it sees great value in coupling Bright’s infrastructure management technology to its hardware solutions. Bright technology provides a hardware-agnostic approach to installing, provisioning, configuring, managing, and monitoring HPC clusters, big data clusters, and OpenStack clouds.

Boston Germany says it has identified an increasing demand for easy-to-use cluster management software in Germany, to service traditional high performance computing and also the emerging demands of Big Data and Cloud computing infrastructure using OpenStack.  

Once primarily used within R&D only, more and more enterprises are turning to Big Data technologies to drive agility and achieve competitive advantage. Industry trends such as outsourcing and cloud computing are forcing Boston Germany’s customers to share infrastructure and software.

Georg Klauser, CEO of Boston Germany, said: ‘Partnering with Bright makes Boston even more attractive to its existing clients, and helps us address new customers. Bright Cluster Manager fits perfectly into our portfolio. Now we can offer unique turnkey solutions with excellent usability.’

Clemens Engler, business development director at Bright Computing, added: ‘Boston Germany is a well-respected partner in Germany and we are delighted the company has chosen to offer Bright technology to its partners. We look forward to working together dynamically, to offer robust solutions to the German market.’

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