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Off-Topic => Off-Topic - Tiny Core Lounge => Topic started by: gadget42 on December 28, 2021, 01:32:10 AM

Title: has anyone used picocluster.com?
Post by: gadget42 on December 28, 2021, 01:32:10 AM
has anyone used picocluster.com?

main url:
https://www.picocluster.com/

and the "how-i-found-them" rabbithole/linkfest:
https://opensource.com/article/21/12/open-source-stories
https://opensource.com/article/21/5/switch-to-linux
https://opensource.com/users/lisa
https://thedoh.dev/
https://thedoh.dev/kubernetes/rock64-cluster.html

and for additional enjoyment(or abuse...ymmv):
https://thedoh.dev/kubernetes/tektoncd-pipeline.html

additional notes:
forum search for "picocluster" returned no results(at post-time)

disclaimer:
i/we are NOT associated in any way/shape/form/etc with any of the above referenced webpages/websites/entities/etc

sharing is caring!

modified(adding these links/notes):
https://opensource.com/users/jtpennington
https://twitter.com/q5sys/status/1316835870691995649
(note: pic in tweet is on the heavy side of 7MB)
Title: Re: has anyone used picocluster.com?
Post by: vinceASPECT on December 28, 2021, 11:40:21 AM
Thanks.

THe Large corps use custom dedicated computer(S) for mass clustering in their data centers. Not sure on the methodology but individual global users (i'ds ) are reflected between dedicated (per user computers) across the globe in multiple data centers.

The hardware is dedicated. Meaning to say.

Their operations and consolidation of data centers likely then use such things as Docker and such.

thanks.
C.

There is indeed , elecy price issues .......lots of businesses and corps are running mining farms all over ........there are huge ones  , getting lots of hastes about energy consumption.

thx.