The High-Performance Computing (HPC) users require the high-end compute, storage, and, network execution environment in a dynamic manner for testing HPC applications. The High-Performance Computing Cloud (HPCC) provides a kind of execution environment in an on-demand manner. Generally, the cloud resource management system or cloud resource broker manages the compute, storage, and network resources in HPCC. However, it faces the challenges of scalability, interoperability, and achieving guaranteed Quality of Service (QoS). Hence, the proposed research work addresses the above-said issues by employing the distributed cloud resource management framework. The proposed system can be able to handle a large number of user application requests and manage the multiple cloud resources in an interoperable manner. The proposed system is evaluated by submitting a large number of real-world HPC applications. The performance metrics such as response time, a number of successfully handled requests, and user satisfaction are measured to evaluate the performance of proposed system.