Raspberry Pi Cluster
Why You Might Need a Raspberry Pi Cluster
“What’s the point of a Raspberry Pi cluster?”
We’ve seen this question being asked so many times, we’ve also seen many vague answers like “because we can”, or “it’s fun”, or “it’s challenging”, or “you get to learn something”, etc.
Here’s the right answer, you build a Raspberry Pi Cluster not just because you can, but because it’s also a low-cost, versatile learning system over all kinds of clustered-computing related technologies.
What is an RPI Cluster
Posted: January 26, 2021
Rpi Cluster at its final form
Back in 2019, Oracle made a supercomputer with a superb Raspberry Pi 3B+ cluster featuring 1060 boards:
Source: thousand times the fun
Rpi cluster-building has really come a long way, getting multiple Pis together not only means combined performance, it also creates a budget-friendly cluster computing environment, and people love home labs because they get to have full control.
Oftentimes, there may not even be a cluster, you could be buying a 4B just to replace the old Pi 3, or you could merely have multiple Pis doing different works at once: Pi-hole, Kodi, etc. Either way, you get several Pis lying around. And whether you are an owner of a dedicated cluster
Posted: January 25, 2021
Final Upgrade to the Rasberry Pi Rack Mount series
When designing our first Rpi rack mount, all we can think about was compatibility. No matter what Pi models you have, we want to make it possible for you to install all of them with one single bracket. As for the second rack mount, we added additional Micro-to-full-size HDMI adapter boards, so you don’t have to buy extra HDMI cables and jacks.
As for the third one, we’ve decided to make it a Pi 4B exclusive, and this time, we are bringing everything to