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HPE Performance Cluster Manager is a fully integrated system management solution offering all the functionalities you need to manage your Linux®-based HPC systems. The software provides system setup, hardware monitoring and management, cluster health management, image management and software updates as well as power and cooling management for systems of any scale. HPE Performance Cluster Manager reduces the time and resources you need to spend administering your systems - lowering total cost of ownership, increasing productivity and providing a better return on your hardware investments.
All the functionality you need to manage your HPE high performance computing systems all day, every day.
Fine-grained central monitoring and management of all aspects of your cluster hardware (CPUs, memory, GPUs, networking, cooling, software …) via interface of your choice (GUI, CLI, Grafana, Kibana...).
Streamline maintenance by setting up alerts and automatic reactions to events.
Cluster Health Check tools help to minimize downtime of your system.
Guided setup helps to easily install the software, discover hardware components for the cluster nodes and provision nodes.You can quickly provision a cluster with thousands of nodes from bare metal – typically within an hour.
Any software image can be provisioned on all or select cluster nodes to accommodate different user requirements.
Integration with most widely used 3rd party HPC tools (workload management, system management, monitoring and more) to eliminate complexity.
System log, hardware inventory and image repositories are secure and designed for scale.
No disruption to existing system with rolling hardware upgrades.
System management solution of choice for hybrid HPC infrastructure for on-prem and cloud.
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