RedLine Becomes Bright Computing Services Partner
RedLine Performance Solutions is a provider of high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, aiming to provide objectively engineered solutions at every phase of the HPC lifecycle.
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May 14, 2019
RedLine Performance Solutions is a provider of high-performance computing (HPC) solutions, aiming to provide objectively engineered solutions at every phase of the HPC lifecycle, to minimize labor, time and costs. Its RedLine Performance Methodology (RPM) was developed over two decades of working with HPC systems and applications.
As a Bright Services Partner, RedLine will carry out product installations, and deliver training and post-sales support to Bright customers. RedLine has chosen to partner with Bright Computing because its flagship product, Bright Cluster Manager, offers a clear, intuitive and rapid installation and integration process, the companies say.
“Partnering with Bright Computing allows RedLine to deploy clusters rapidly with a proven product that adheres to industry best practices,” says Don Avart, VP and CTO at RedLine. “Knowing that the cluster is being properly managed by Bright enables us to more effectively focus our attention on maximizing the performance of our customer’s storage, interconnects and applications.”
“RedLine is a great addition to the Bright Services Partner portfolio,” Lee Carter, VP Alliances at Bright Computing, adds “Not only does RedLine provide training for Bright customers on Bright Cluster Manager, the company also specializes in infrastructure deployment, configuration and administration. And, both RedLine and Bright Computing are partners of Cray, which should open the door to some exciting opportunities for our three companies.”
Sources: Press materials received from the company and additional information gleaned from the company’s website.
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