Enterprise Hyperscale Lab
The Enterprise Hyperscale Lab is operated by the OSTEP team to perform research on open source technologies and emerging hyperscale SOC-based systems.
The EHL consists of a dual-thermal-zone (cold/hot) rackmount cabinet with power conditioning and backup, power distribution, thermal monitoring, and 1- and 10-gigabit network services. This cabinet supports a number of hyperscale and SOC-based computers.
For details on the equipment in the EHL, see the Enterprise Hyperscale Lab category page.
The EHL is generously funded by an NSERC Applied Research Tools and Instruments (ARTI) grant under the CCI program.
EHL is located in CDOT.
Student and Open Source Community Access to EHL Systems
Select systems within EHL are accessible to both open source community members and to students when they are not in use for other OSTEP research.
Pidora Koji System
The Koji buildsystem used for the Pidora project, pidora.koji.ca, uses Calxeda nodes in the EHL as build servers, and will in the future use a system within the EHL as a hub. This system is publicly accessible.