Intel's Eric Hooper goes under the hood of Intel® Rack Scale Architecture to show how it can restructure data center and cloud infrastructure.
Intel Cloud Service Provider Optimization Director Eric Hooper takes you under the hood of Intel® Rack Scale Architecture, showing how it disaggregates compute storage and networking resources to restructure cloud and data center infrastructure.Full View >
Guide: Describes the extended BIOS and BMC functionalities of Intel® Rack Scale Architecture, including IPMI commands, encoding rules, and more.
Guide: Describes the extended BIOS and BMC functionalities to support the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture for Cloud, including IPMI commands, encoding rules, network configuration, and CPP and iSCSI interaction.
Brochure: The vision for the future of the datacenter is Intel® Rack Scale Architecture, which enables an agile, software-defined infrastructure with potential for scalability to accelerate time to market and increase datacenter transparency.
A systems engineer from the Intel Rack-Scale Architecture group shares a brief overview and demonstration of the features and benefits of Intel® RSA.
Guide: Provides info on components, guides, and more for developers getting started with the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture reference software.
Guide: Steps through the hardware components, user guides, configurations, and other information needed by developers getting started with the Intel® Rack Scale Architecture reference software.
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The results of a 2013 survey of 200 U.S.-based IT managers provide insights into how organizations are using big data analytics to deliver real-world insight.
Discover the five steps to big data success with these best practices.
Today’s enterprise organizations are looking to big data analytics as a way to improve decision making, increase operational efficiency, and discover new revenue opportunities. Get quick insight into the five best practices for big data success.