Raspberry Pi fans may be interested in a new video created by Raspberry Pi aficionado Jeff Gerling, in which he looks at building six mini PCs Raspberry Pi . collection using DeskPi Super6c The Mini ITX motherboard is complete with six SSD drives on the bottom. The Raspberry Pi kit uses a Compute 4 module and is housed in a Goodisory MX01 Mini ITX case.
The DeskPi Super6c mini ITX motherboard is available for purchase for $250 and features a standard-size Mini-ITX motherboard with space to attach six RPI CM4 Compute Modules. To communicate with each other, nodes are connected to each other by a 1 Gbps switch on the board, with each node providing 1 Gbps. Each node has its own IP address and you can boot the operating system from an eMMC, SD Card or netboot. DeskPi Super6C supports all Raspberry Pi CM4 with or without eMMC.
What can I do with DeskPi Super6C? Home server (homelab) and cloud application hosting. Learn about Kubernetes, Docker Swarm, Serverless and Microservices on a bare metal cloud native application test environment Learn distributed machine learning application concepts Prototype and learn cluster and parallel computing applications and distributed computing concepts. Host K8S, K3S, Minecraft, Plex, Owncloud, Nextcloud, Seafile, Minio, and Tensorflow.”
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Source: Jeff Gerling: Github
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