AMD EPYC 3000 Cluster

Discussion in 'STH Suggestions and Updates' started by Patrick, Feb 21, 2019.

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Proxmox VE or Kubernetes Cluster with AMD EPYC 3000?

  1. Proxmox VE

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  2. Kubernetes

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  3. Other

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  1. Patrick

    Patrick Administrator
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    I am thinking about doing a short piece on an AMD EPYC 3000 cluster. Perhaps have 4-5 nodes in the cluster.

    Each node is unlikely to have a ton of storage since they will be in compact form factors, but they may happen all in a single box.

    If we did the piece should it be a Proxmox VE cluster or a Kubernetes cluster? Something else?
     
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    Proxmox has been done a lot hasn’t it.
    K8’s is interesting for sure but for a lot of people some what limited, I would tend to run K8’s in VM’s running on the cluster.

    How about an open source KVM with shared storage that can run as small as 2 node manual build ?
     
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    I like the idea, but I want to use more nodes if possible.
     
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    K8s. We need more here on how-to's and examples. Another Proxmox example gets a bit dull.
     
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    google "k8s install youtube" return 191,000 results.
    google "k8s setup youbube" return 40,000 results.

    I voted for "other" for this reason.
     
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    Great suggestions. Keep them coming!
     
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    Certainly can use more nodes, maybe then ceph, gluster, etc can work.

    Something hyper-v could be fun
     
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    Last node will be ready after benchmarks.
     
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