Altair makes HPC faster, smarter and easy to manage with PBS Works™, helping customers get the most from their HPC investments. SUSE works with Altair to provide capabilities within the SLES HPC Module. PBS Professional is Altair’s industry-leading workload manager and job scheduler for HPC environments.
AMD is empowering HPC system designers, allowing them to raise the bar on achievable compute densities by enabling optimized server designs with higher performance, reduced latencies and improved efficiencies in an open, flexible environment. With the introduction of new EPYC processor based servers with Radeon Instinct GPU accelerators, combined with our ROCm open software platform, AMD is ushering in a new era of heterogeneous compute for HPC and Deep Learning.
ANSYS is the global leader in engineering simulation, offering the best and broadest portfolio of engineering simulation software to solve the most complex design challenges and engineer products. SUSE works with ANSYS to ensure a powerful HPC infrastructure.
Arm System-on-a-Chip (SoC) partners are driving new HPC adoptions in the modern data center. SUSE is helping transform the 64-bit ARMv8 platform to an enterprise computing platform by being the first commercial Linux distributor to fully support Arm servers. The SUSE HPC Module provides Arm HPC functionality and support is included with a SUSE Linux subscription. Optimize infrastructure costs with increased server density on the latest high performance 64-bit Arm processors.
Atipa Technologies is a high performance division of Microtech Computers, Inc. delivering turnkey Linux-based solutions. Atipa is collaborating with leading manufacturers to offer low-cost Atipa servers while maintaining the high integrity of hardware quality.
Bright Computing offers a world-class software platform for deploying, managing, and monitoring clustered server infrastructure in the data center or in the cloud. Bright Cluster Manager supports SLES, enabling customers to deploy, manage and monitor SLES clusters using the familiar Bright interface. Bright Cluster Manager lets users monitor and build clusters of any size that are easy to provision, operate, monitor, manage and scale.
The Cavium ThunderX product family provides 64-bit ARMv8 Data Center and Cloud Processors, offering high levels of integration and industry leading SoC performance. SUSE includes enablement of Cavium’s ThunderX, ThunderX2, CN99xx, and Octeon TX chips. SUSE is helping transform the 64-bit ARMv8 platform to an enterprise computing platform by being the first commercial Linux distributor to fully support Arm-based servers.
SUSE Linux Enterprise Server is the basis for the Cray Linux Environment (CLE). Cray Linux Environment is an adaptive operating system purpose-built for HPC and designed for performance, reliability and compatibility. Cray supercomputers have a majority share of the Top500 sites around the world.
Dell is engaged in a number of initiatives and partnerships to address the specific needs of the growing mid-market HPC customer community in order to extend HPC into the enterprise. These include forming a Dell HPC Community, being a founding member of OpenHPC, focusing on market expertise for specific HPC vertical markets, funding their expansive Dell HPC Innovation Lab, integrating in-memory analytics solutions, and offering the HPC community enterprise-class financing, deployment, and support services.
Fujitsu exclusively offers SUSE Business Critical Linux, a new premium Linux support service. Fujitsu selected SUSE as its preferred Linux partner for the premium Linux support service based on the two companies’ strategic alliance for open source product development. Fujitsu offers on-premise, hosted and cloud-based solutions featuring SLES and SUSE OpenStack Cloud – providing customers with high performance, efficiency and reliability.
Hewlett-Packard Enterprise is one of the key players in High Performance Technical Computing. HPE offers the broadest spectrum of high performance computing solutions, from workgroup and departmental servers to systems designed for the engineering enterprise and supercomputing centers. SLES is the preferred operating system for HPE HPC environments. HPE HPC software includes open source, HPE-developed, and commercial HPC software that’s validated, integrated and performance-optimized.
IBM HPC solutions include Spectrum LSF software for superior workflow optimization and productivity. Leverage powerful workload management for demanding HPC environments to improve productivity, accelerate research and design, and deliver faster time to results. IBM Spectrum LSF delivers a competitive advantage and resilience at scale all while controlling costs.
Intel supports SUSE Linux Enterprise High Performance Computing as part of Intel HPC Orchestrator. Intel delivers a fully supported stack for HPC workloads, accelerating research, innovation and time to insight while aligning new optimized components driven by the broader OpenHPC community. Intel HPC Orchestrator simplifies ongoing maintenance and support and provides a quick start for HPC workloads.
Lenovo strategy is open access to clusters with particular emphasis on ease of use. There is a joint effort to define the scope of the Lenovo HPC stack that includes SUSE HPC componentry. Lenovo’s new adaptation is based on IBM xCAT (Extreme Cluster Administration Toolkit) called LiCO (Lenovo Intelligent Computing Orchestration).
MathWorks is the leading developer of mathematical computing software for engineers and scientists. SUSE works with MathWorks to ensure a powerful HPC infrastructure.
Mellanox solutions enable users to maximize their data center performance and efficiency, guaranteeing both backward and forward compatibility, and delivers optimized data center performance to users for any compute elements. Utilizing the Mellanox intelligent interconnect, companies can gain a competitive advantage, reducing their product design time while saving on their needed data center infrastructure. SUSE supports the latest Mellanox adapters for HPC.
Microsoft Azure’s test drive program includes the option of evaluating the SUSE for HPC distribution. This is essentially cloud-based SLES, including automated updates, to enterprise customers using the Microsoft Azure cloud platform. Tap into unlimited resources to scale your HPC jobs—analyzing large-scale data, running simulations and financial models, and experimenting while reducing time to market.
The Numerical Algorithms Group (NAG) provides expertise in numerical engineering, by delivering high-quality computational software, consulting services and high performance computing services. For over four decades NAG have collaborated with world-leading researchers in academia and industry to create powerful, reliable and flexible software which is relied on by tens of thousands of individual users, as well as numerous independent software vendors.
SUSE continues to work with NVIDIA to enable support for the latest NVIDIA video cards – important in HPC modeling and simulation. NVIDIA’s expertise in programmable GPUs has led to breakthroughs in parallel processing which makes supercomputing inexpensive and widely accessible.
The OpenHPC Community helps to simplify installation, configuration and maintenance of a custom software stack. SUSE is a founding member of this Linux Foundation project. OpenHPCP provides a common platform – a standard HPC stack – for collaboration and innovation (~300 packages) on top of SLES for x86 and for Arm.
Penguin Computing helps its customers leverage open-standards technology by providing well designed and integrated products and highly knowledgeable support. Penguin's key markets include high performance, web infrastructure and enterprise computing.
Rogue Wave helps thousands of global enterprise customers tackle the hardest and most complex issues in building, connecting and securing applications. SUSE works with Rogue Wave to ensure a powerful HPC infrastructure.
The innovative Versatile SMP (vSMP) architecture aggregates multiple x86 systems into a single virtual x86 system, delivering an industry-standard, high-end symmetric multiprocessor (SMP) computer. Using software to replace expensive custom hardware and components, ScaleMP offers a new, revolutionary computing paradigm. Get access to very large amounts of memory, large numbers of cores and a simplified management environment from the aggregation of low cost industry standard servers.
SUSE works with many software vendors to ensure a powerful HPC infrastructure. Splunk software makes machine data accessible, usable and valuable to everyone, delivering visibility and insights for IT and the business.
SUSE and Supermicro have a global partnership to provide solutions for mission-critical workloads, software-defined data center, and embedded Linux. Supermicro’s NVMe-enabled OpenStack hardware with SUSE’s proven enterprise software suite maximizes compute performance for HPC environments. Supermicro is a leading innovator in high-performance, high-efficiency server technology and provides advanced server Building Block Solutions for Data Center, Cloud Computing, Enterprise IT, Big Data, HPC, and Embedded Systems worldwide.
Univa and SUSE together manage containerized HPC and AI workloads – Univa Grid Engine, leveraging SLES, manages workloads for the Tokyo Institute of Technology’s TSUBAME 3.0. Univa Unsight™ is uniquely crafted to make visible the metrics that characterize objects specific to Univa Grid Engine such as jobs, SLES hosts, clusters and clouds.