Building a GPU cloud can be a timely and expensive experience. We discuss our recommended options for software and hardware for an optimal GPU cloud.
There are lots of GPU choices depending on your use case and use cases vary wildly. Whether you are a home user gaming or a datacenter trying to machine learn 24/7, the use cases vary.
GPUs face complex algorithm problems that equate to use cases we know such as AI, machine learning, 3D rendering and more. A CPU may be used for general computation but a GPU, with lots of cores compared to a CPU, is focused on specific tasks and as such, can perform them at a much faster rate.
Building out a GPU server can be a daunting and expensive process. With GPU servers becoming more and more popular in data center environments as well as use cases continuing to grow in size, pricing out the right GPU server is important.
SuperMicro has many solutions available and with such a wide net for building our private cloud deployments, it’s important to put together the right pieces. We’ve teamed up with Supermicro to deliver high-performance hardware solutions that are optimized for on-premise, private cloud infrastructure.
There are many drive types and many RAID modes available on the market today. There are pros and cons to every RAID mode and there are also benefits to onboard RAID as well as a hardware RAID card. On our RAID calculator page we list out the pros and cons to each mode, which are also listed below:
Our team is excited to attend this year’s SIGGRAPH event, the premier conference & exhibition on computer graphics and interactive techniques. We’re showcasing our range of high-performance workstations, powered by AMD and Samsung technology and optimized for media and entertainment workloads.
We’re also on hand to discuss our latest range of GPU accelerated solutions for VFX, rendering and much more.
Register your interest in finding out more, via the contact form below.
HPC Clusters are becoming more and more common and they are coming in many variations. Put simply, an HPC cluster is many networked computing nodes put together for a particular use case. It’s a cluster of high performing compute nodes.
Overclocking CPUs can sometimes void warranties. It’s never advised to approach overclocking without some expertise. The process of removing all power limits on your motherboard can be scary enough for some users.
Creating a low latency server can be imperative for many use cases, gaming servers, high frequency trading servers, ingress/egress with live streaming platforms and much more. We realize that everyone’s low latency is also case-by-case.
Private Cloud configurations are tough to get right. You then layer on the difficulty of picking the right GPU and you have quite the task to put together a highly-performing and affordable GPU cloud. We’ve listed out some of the GPUs here which can help guide you to find the right model for your GPU cloud.
When it comes to High Frequency Servers, there are a few key elements needed to ensure successful performance. Tick to trade latency is imperative. This is the key to a highly performing High Frequency Server. We’ve put together a system focused on low latency, which is the key element to success in a high frequency server.