Bryan Lunduke’s New Powerhouse Workstation

Pogo Tempest Lunduke Edition Workstation

If you’re part of the Linux and the open source community, Bryan Lunduke probably needs no introduction. Bryan has reported in from the front lines of the tech industry for many years, across various media. Bryan is also a sought-after speaker at open source conferences. For Bryan Lundukethe past couple of years, we have partnered with Bryan as a sponsor of, “The Lunduke Show.” In celebration of our 20th anniversary and to celebrate the continued success of Bryan’s show, we are presenting him with a brand new Pogo Linux Tempest T6X Workstation – Lunduke Edition. This tricked out desktop system has been custom designed specifically for Bryan with dual purposes in mind. It needs to be a powerful Linux-based video and audio production platform, and since it’ll be a visual prop in Bryan’s studio, it needs to look cool too. Last week, we unveiled the system on Bryan’s show”:

It’s a Wrap

Bryan is in the midst of building a new studio, adorned with a tongue-in-cheek 1980’s theme. As soon as we heard that, we knew what we had to do. Don Lunduke JohnsonWe have adorned his new workstation with a fully custom vinyl wrap. The design is reminiscent of the “Synthwave” styled neon vector graphics that were a common aesthetic back in the eighties. For extra points, we’ve also included Bryan’s trademark 8-bit avatar, reimagined with Sonny Crockett’s trademark white pants and jacket. If we play our cards right, maybe we can talk him into wearing that outfit at LinuxFest Northwest this year!

Loud Neon – Quiet System

With such an over-the-top eighties theme, Tempest T6X Lunduke Editionbright neon case lighting is a foregone conclusion. Our engineers installed a digitally controlled lighting solution. This advanced PC lighting system is fully configurable via open-source software with a full complement of RGB colors and countless illumination options. Our engineers have configured it to complement the color pallet of the custom graphics on the case. The liquid cooling system ensures this system stays whisper quiet.

The Configuration

With such an over-the-top presentation on the outside of the box, the inside of the box has a lot to live up to.  In the interest of providing Bryan a powerhouse video editing machine, our engineering focus was to combine a modern CPU with a very fast boot drive, and a beefy GPU. Also, since it’ll be 

This custom Pogo Tempest T6X Workstation features:

  • Intel Core i9 9900k CPU
  • Intel Z390 chipset
  • 32GB DDR4 2666MHz Memory
  • NVIDIA Geforce RTX 2070 GPU
  • Boot SSD: 500 GB Samsung 970 EVO NVMe M.2
  • Storage HDD: 8 TB Western Digital Ultrastar 7200 RPM
  • Ultra-quiet liquid cooling unit
  • Fully programmable custom RGB lighting
  • One-of-a-kind vinyl wrap

Enthusiastically Enterprise-Grade

Aside from the over-the-top visual presentation, this custom Tempest Workstation is very representative of Pogo’s desktop ethos: enterprise grade hardware built to run open source with enthusiast-level performance. 

Stay Tuned

Be sure to subscribe to Bryan’s YouTube channel, follow him on LBRY, and support him on Patreon. You’ll surely be seeing more of Bryan (and his cool new workstation) in the months and years to come. Stay tuned!

Liquid Cooled Workstations


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Two Thousand Nineteen

Happy New Year 2019
Happy New Year! 2018 flew by in what seemed like a heartbeat. It was a good year for Pogo. Time indeed flies when you’re having fun, and 2019 is already upon us.  This year is already queued up to be another exciting one.

We are Turning Twenty!

20 Years of Pogo LinuxIn the volatile and sometimes unpredictable landscape of our information technology industry, longevity is uncommon. Technologies come and go. Methodologies fall into and out of favor. Linux distributions continually iterate and improve. For the past twenty years, Pogo has been right here in the thick of it, providing solutions to technological challenges for companies of all sizes, universities, and government organizations. That’s right – 2019 marks Pogo’s twentieth anniversary! We plan to celebrate this milestone in a variety of ways throughout 2019.

Busy Calendar Ahead

This year will be Pogo’s busiest ever for trade shows and open source conferences across this great nation. We’ll be proudly exhibiting at some of our favorite open source events, such as the SoCal Linux Expo (aka SCaLE 17x), and LinuxFest Northwest (also celebrating their 20th anniversary!). We’ll have booths at several other big shows, such as NAB and SIGGRAPH to name just a couple. We also look forward to returning to LISA (in Portland this year). We will be adding more as get further into the year. For an up-to-date list of upcoming shows, please visit our Events Page.

Cool Swag Alert

Pogo Linux 20th Anniversary Coin T-ShirtAfter an extended absence, back by popular demand: The Pogo Linux Coin T-Shirt! Help us celebrate our twentieth anniversary in style. Our original “coin” t-shirt was a huge hit when it was first introduced in the early 2000’s. It has now been several years since we’ve made them available, and they’ve been very persistently requested by our fans. We are stoked to be updating our famous coin for our 20th anniversary. Stop by our booth at an upcoming show to get yours. Supplies are limited – first come first serve!

Exciting New Technologies for 2019

This year, we’ll also have a bunch of cool new tech for your server room and data center.  Our storage software partner OSNEXUS will be releasing their eagerly awaited new version of their flagship software-defined-storage application, QuantaStor SDS 5. We’re also looking forward to new CPUs from Intel, and new storage solutions from Western Digital. Check back often to pogolinux.com.

OSNEXUS Certified Storage


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NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080 – Early Benchmarks

NVIDIA GeForce RTX 2080
Like us, you may have tuned in last week to watch NVIDIA’s official unveiling of their new GeForce RTX 2080 GPU. While it’s too early for the average joe to get their hands on one, the early impressions are already coalescing throughout the web.

Upgrade or stick with a 1080 Ti?

According to the initial consensus, the performance jump for gaming looks to be fairly GeForce RTX Turingmodest. The biggest benefit will be for gamers running games at 4k. The gaming community is waiting for applications to be better optimized for the new architecture.  However, the computing performance increases appear to be quite significant! Some specific benchmarks have shown as much of a 2x jump in performance.

Highlights of Early Benchmarks

The CUDA/OpenCL benchmarking so far on 2080 Ti is showing better performance, not just for Deep Learning and AI workloads with new Turing Tensor cores, but for more generalized computing as well.

The RTX 2080 consumes a little more power than the GTX 1080 Ti (20 watts on average), but benchmarks have shown a 2x gain in performance per watt.

Memory bandwidth of GDDR6 over the GDDR5 in the 1080 Ti translates to comparatively higher performance.

Single-precision float performance is showing a roughly 30% increase over the 1080 Ti.

Much of the performance improvements are coming from the Turing Tensor Cores. Once applications are able to take full advantage of the new instruction sets, these GPUs will really shine with their new architecture.

Iris 4290-8GPUT – Parallel Processing Powerhouse

Iris 4290-8GPUT 8x GPU ServerBoasting up to 8 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs in one server, the Iris 4290-8GPUT is a no-holds-barred powerhouse for deep learning.  This system is poised to take on the most data-intensive deep learning projects. In addition to the GPUs, it delivers a pair of the latest Intel Xeon SP™ CPUs, up to 1536 GB of memory, 16x SAS or SATA hard drives, and 2200 watts of redundant power. Check it out here at pogolinux.com.

Iris 1291-4GPU-TP – A Small Box for Large Projects

Iris 1291-4GPUT-TP

An impressive amount of parallel processing can be shoehorned into a 1U server. Behold the Iris 1291-4GPU-TP. As you can see in the photo, not only are there two Intel Xeon SP Processors, there are 4 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs. It also sports a pair of the latest and greatest Intel Xeon SP processors. Top it off with 2000 watts of redundant power and dual-port 10G Ethernet. Explore your configuration options on pogolinux.com.

Velocity D59PSC – Your Personal Supercomputer

Velocity D59PSC
Who says you need a server for deep learning? You can have a supercomputer right there on your desk! The Velocity D59PSC puts a profound amount of processing power at your fingertips. Start off with  dual Intel Xeon SP processors, along with up to 1 TB of memory, an M.2 bootable SSD, a RAID of up to 8 hard drives, and dual-port 10G Ethernet. The coup de grace is up to 4x NVIDIA Tesla GPU cards. Configure yours now at pogolinux.com.

 

GPU Servers featuring NVIDIA Tesla


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Deeper Learning with GPUs!

Deeper Learning with NVIDIA GPU Servers

Back in the day, when someone mentioned artificial intelligence, images sprang to mind of either malevolent robots attacking the planet or laboratories full of gigantic machines with blinking lights on the front, surrounded by scientists in lab coats. Fast forward to today, and we find that AI is not just for sci-fi movies or secret government laboratories. AI and Deep Learning has found a home in every corner of academia and industry. We are able to find solutions to problems that once seemed impractical to take on, due to the sheer amount of data that needed to be analyzed. Thanks to the advent of the GPU, an astounding amount of mathematical processing power is now available to the mainstream.

Why GPU? / Why not CPU?

With CPU technology continuing to move forward at a healthy pace, one might ask why we need graphical processors to do the work of the CPU. It’s all a matter of ‘horses for courses.’ CPUs NVIDIA Teslaare terrific for performing a sequence of different calculations on a piece of data, while GPUs are ideal for performing one particular task on a huge array of data simultaneously. In practical terms, GPUs can analyze large groups of data in a much shorter time than CPUs alone. This advance in parallel processing has enabled monumental breakthroughs in a wide variety of endeavors across various disciplines, such as meteorology, medicine, music, and even self-driving cars.

Put GPUs to Work on Your Projects

We offer a well rounded selection of GPU servers, based on the NVIDIA Tesla architecture. Pick the system that’s right for your workload. We have everything, from burly GPU workstations to a variety of rackmount GPU servers, running as many as 8 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs.

Iris 4290-8GPUT – Parallel Processing Powerhouse

Iris 4290-8GPUT 8x GPU ServerBoasting up to 8 NVIDIA Tesla GPUs in one server, the Iris 4290-8GPUT is a no-holds-barred powerhouse for deep learning.  This system is poised to take on the most data-intensive deep learning projects. In addition to the GPUs, it delivers a pair of the latest Intel Xeon SP™ CPUs, up to 1536 GB of memory, 16x SAS or SATA hard drives, and 2200 watts of redundant power. Check it out here at pogolinux.com.

Iris 1291-4GPU-TP – A Small Box for Large Projects

Iris 1291-4GPUT-TP

An impressive amount of parallel processing can be shoehorned into a 1U server. Behold the Iris 1291-4GPU-TP. As you can see in the photo, not only are there two Intel Xeon SP Processors, there are 4 NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs. It also sports a pair of the latest and greatest Intel Xeon SP processors. Top it off with 2000 watts of redundant power and dual-port 10G Ethernet. Explore your configuration options on pogolinux.com.

Velocity D59PSC – Your Personal Supercomputer

Velocity D59PSC
Who says you need a server for deep learning? You can have a supercomputer right there on your desk! The Velocity D59PSC puts a profound amount of processing power at your fingertips. Start off with  dual Intel Xeon SP processors, along with up to 1 TB of memory, an M.2 bootable SSD, a RAID of up to 8 hard drives, and dual-port 10G Ethernet. The coup de grace is up to 4x NVIDIA Tesla GPU cards. Configure yours now at pogolinux.com.

 

GPU Servers featuring NVIDIA Tesla


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All Aboard the NVM Express

Flash memory technology continues to evolve. We are transitioning away from spinning platters, as we move toward an all-flash future. It has been apparent for some time that solid state storage devices have been bottlenecked by the interface through which they connect to the rest of the system. Interfaces such as SCSI, SATA, and SAS have been terrific for spinning platters, but flash storage really needed a better, faster interface. All aboard the NVM Express!

NVMe Defined

“NVM Express is an open collection of standards and information to fully expose the benefits of non-volatile memory in all types of computing environments from mobile to data center. NVMe is designed from the ground up to deliver high bandwidth and low latency storage access for current and future NVM technologies.”  –nvmexpress.org

Accelerate Your Network Storage

We offer a well rounded selection of NVMe based servers, all with the the Intel Xeon SP Product Family™ and a dense complement of NVMe Solid State Drives. Have a look at all of our offerings at pogolinux.com. Here are a few of our most popular NVMe systems:

Iris NV1220 – Maximum Density / Minimum Footprint

Iris NV1220 front & rearAt first glance, you can see that the Iris NV1220 means business. A whopping 20 NVMe SSDs are shoehorned into a diminutive 1U rack chassis.  As if that weren’t enough, it also sports a pair of the latest and greatest Intel Xeon SP processors. Top it off with 1600 watts of redundant power and dual-port 10G Ethernet. Explore your configuration options on pogolinux.com.

Iris NV2225 – Efficient, Cool, Expansive

Iris NV2225Need even more superfast storage on your network? The NV2225 boasts 24 2.5″ NVMe drive bays, along with dual Intel Xeon SP™ processors, and 1600 watts of high-efficiency redundant power, in a cool 2U form factor. Configure yours now at pogolinux.com.

Iris NV1211 – Compact, Yet Massive

Iris NV1211Limited on rack space? The Iris NV1211 delivers a pair of the latest Intel Xeon Processors, along with 10 x 2.5″ NVMe SSDs. Combine this with redundant and super-efficient power supplies, and you have a package that punches way above its weight class. Check it out here at pogolinux.com.

Configure your Pogo Linux NVMe Server


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Drool-Worthy System Configurations – Pogo on The Lunduke Show

For his latest appearance on The Lunduke Show, Paul, our VP of Sales & Product Development talked with Bryan about a few eye-popping system configurations. A full petabyte of flash storage in a 1U box?! Yes, it will be available very soon! They also discussed super quiet NAS systems, easy to configure network switches, and the now laughable cost of storage back in the early 2000s.

Systems Mentioned in the Video

Intel has recently introduced a storage server that boasts a full petabyte of solid state storage in one single rack space, using their new Ruler SSD form factor.

A petabyte of flash storage in 1U

Velocity D59SQ

Velocity D59SQThe Velocity D59SQ is a super-quiet workstation that makes for a terrific storage server, with up to 8x SAS or SATA drives in a RAID. Perfect for file storage in a quiet video studio!

 

Iris 229-12

block-iris-228-12The Iris 229-12 2U storage server is a super versatile solution – the perfect NAS for running ZFS on Linux.

 

When researching a new IT purchase, navigating the available hardware options can be daunting, especially when dealing with cutting edge new architectures. We strongly recommend contacting Paul and our Sales Engineering team for up-to-the-minute advice. We will ensure you get the ideal solution for your workload and budget!

Configure your Pogo Linux NVMe Server


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Case Study: Partnering for Crisis Resolution

Triton Case Study

Effective partnerships are essential for meeting the various challenges confronting the engineers on the front lines of IT. When the stakes are high and time is short, there is no margin for error. When faced with such an exigency, Triton Data Services partnered with Pogo Linux and HGST to quickly resolve a sticky situation.

The Challenge

When Andrew Timm, CTO of Triton Data Services was contacted by his client, time was already running out. The customer was facing an imminent and very costly annual software license renewal. ATriton Data Servicest the eleventh hour, they decided to decommission their servers rather than renew the licenses. This meant that all the data stored on those servers needed to be securely relocated, and very quickly. Andrew had to come up with a solution immediately.

Andrew had less than a week to move the massive amount of data from the client site, Time running outbring it back to Triton’s data center, and verify the data integrity so the systems at the customer site could be decommissioned. Given the sheer amount of data that needed to be moved, and the very short deadline, copying the data via the internet would be too slow and unreliable. They needed a way to quickly and securely copy the data onsite at the customer’s data center, and then physically move it to Triton’s data center.

Calling on Trusted Advisors

Since they had such a narrow window of time to accomplish all this, it needed to be done right the first time – there would be no second chance. Andrew needed hardware partners he could rely on implicitly – companies that cared as much about his client’s challenges as he did. Pogo Linux has been helping Andrew exceed customer expectations on projects such as this since 2009. He called Pogo’s engineering team and they quickly worked up a plan of attack.

“On a project where we have very specific requirements, the outcome has to reach a certain target, with a high degree of assurance that it’s going to work properly. I would always call Pogo Linux for that. I trust you guys. If it has to be right, I’m going to call Chris over at Pogo because I know that it’ll be right. It will work, it’ll meet our requirements, and they’ll understand what we’re trying to do.” -Andrew Timm, Triton Data Services

HGST 4U102H Storage Platform

Given their exemplary track record for performance and reliability, Chris and Andrew agreed that an HGST, a Western Digital© brand JBOD would be the ideal platform upon which to copy all of the data. They utilized multiple Ultrastar Data60TM JBODs, each with sixty UltrastarTM SAS hard drives. In addition to the Ultrastar Data60sTM they configured six homogeneous servers with 10G ethernet cards and high-speed SAS RAID cards. Since they needed to operate these systems at the client site, Chris helped Triton source a portable rack so they could transport the systems themselves.

Crafting a Solution

As a result of strict client specifications, Triton needed the ability to simultaneously copy data to three destinations. Two JBODs would provide ample storage space for the project, but each one needed to be partitioned into thirds to properly copy the data. Andrew planned to divide each JBOD’s pool of 60 drives into three zones of 20 drives each. They would employ one JBOD to receive the data, then bring the other JBOD online as soon as the first one filled up.

There was just one unforseen wrinkle: The JBODs needed a custom zone file in order to divide the pool of disks into three zones. As soon as Chris became aware of this, he got on the phone with engineers over at HGST and explained the requirements, with emphasis on the urgency of the situation. Over the weekend, the HGST development team turned around a new firmware that allowed for the desired custom disk configuration.

The project went off without a hitch. Triton was able to copy the data from the client’s servers with time to spare. They then brought their systems back to their own facility, where they verified the integrity of all the data. Andrew then informed the client that the project was complete, and in turn they would not have to renew the expensive software licenses.

“Everyone did a great job. It was a fun project. It was cool. Under a lot of pressure, both Pogo and HGST turned out a very cool solution that met all the requirements and made everyone look good. What more could you ask for?”  -Andrew Timm, Triton Data Services

J4603S Storage Platform

For a pdf copy of this case study, click here.

About Triton
Triton Data Services is a full-service data management firm, comprised of industry veterans and domain experts, providing solutions for issues facing the oil and gas geophysical data community. For the past twenty years, they’ve taken pride in solving the industry’s most challenging data management problems with meticulous attention to detail. Their client list ranges from the very largest multinational oil and gas companies to small, independent E&Ps and industry-leading seismic data vendors and processors. Every client, regardless of size or project, receives a tailor-made solution, because no two projects are exactly alike.

About HGST
The HGST brand is part of the Western Digital family of brands. Their commitment is to deliver innovative, high-value datacenter, mobile, personal and consumer electronics storage solutions together with storage infrastructure consultation to the world’s largest and most sophisticated OEMs, businesses and hyperscale cloud customers.

HGST branded products have an unmatched reputation for quality and reliability; offering award-winning enterprise optimization software and a broad portfolio of innovative, high-quality hard disk and solid state drives that store, manage and protect the world’s data. Their unmatched science and unique technology vision, combined with their deep understanding of customers’ needs and market opportunities, sets them apart.


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A Pod Hotel for your Servers?

Whether you’re paying by the kilowatt hour or the square foot, colocation can consume a big chunk of the IT budget if not properly optimized. Bandwidth costs have come down, but real estate costs have not. Never has there been a stronger case for multi-node servers. Even if your corner of the datacenter isn’t as spacious as you’d like, you might be amazed at how much compute power you can fit into just one or two rack spaces. Not only that, there’s no need to forego essential features such as redundant power, efficient cooling, and easy cable management. Here is a sampling from our multi-node product line.

The Iris 2491

Iris 2491 2U 4 Node Server
The Pogo Linux Iris 2491 is all about performance. It offers four discrete compute nodes in a standard 2U enclosure, with dual Intel® Xeon® CPUs, up to six SSDs, and optional 40 Gigabit Ethernet for each node.

  • Four compute nodes in 2U chassis – Double density and computing power
  • Fit up to 84 servers in a 42U standard rack
  • Up to 6x 2.5 inch  SATA SSDs per node
  • Optional dual-port 40GbE network module for each node
  • Independent power control – Each node has its own front-panel power switch
  • Independent cooling control
  • Higher power utilization increases power supply efficiency
  • Redundant 2200W Power Supply

The Iris 2492

Iris 2492 2U 4 Node server

Boasting similar specs as the Iris 2491, the Pogo Linux Iris 2492  is an all-around favorite. With up to three 3.5 inch SATA drives per node, economical configurations are available.

  • Four compute nodes in 2U – Double density and computing power
  • Fit up to 84 servers in a 42U standard rack
  • Three SATA drives per node
  • Independent power control – Each node has its own power on the front-panel
  • Independent cooling control
  • Provides for easy cabling, better airflow and reduced cabling costs
  • Maintain four systems logically in one physical space
  • Redundant 2200W Power Supply

The Iris 1229TP

Iris 1229TP 1U Multi-Node server
If your workload demands the maximum amount of raw horsepower The Pogo Linux Iris 1229TP packs up to 112 compute cores into a single rack space.

  • Up to 112 cores in single 1U – supports heavy network traffic & computing intensive applications
  • Two independent nodes – Fit up to 84 servers in a 42U standard rack
  • Four 2.5″ SAS or SATA SSDs per node
  • Independent power control – Each node has its own power front-panel
  • Independent cooling control
  • Higher power utilization increases power supply efficiency

Are you running out of real estate? Talk to a Pogo Linux sales engineer today about how to take advantage of the high density and power efficiency of our full line of multi-node servers.

Check out our full line of multi-node servers


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Pogo Unveils syGlass Certified VR Workstations

syGlass certified vr workstations

Today, we are proud to to unveil a new partnership! We have teamed up with IstoVisio to bring you an exclusive line of syGlass Certified VR workstations. syGlass is a scientific data visualization application that enables researchers to work hands-on with their data in a VR environment. These desktop systems are designed from the ground up to excel at resource-intensive scientific applications such as syGlass.

“One of our chief objectives at Pogo Linux is to make the setup of a new system effortless for our clients” said Erik Logan, CEO, Pogo Linux. “We are excited to meld this hardware methodology with the syGlass VR application for a terrific user experience, right out of the box.”

Click to read the full press release.

 syGlass VR Workstations from Pogo Linux


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Paul talks tech on The Lunduke Show

Once again, Paul, our VP of Sales & Product Development was the special guest on The Lunduke Show. This time around, he provided the expert color commentary for Bryan’s weekly tech news show. They dove into the tech topics du jour. Meltdown, Spectre, Hawaii’s missile scare, Bitcoin, and even the TRS-80 Model 100.  Check it out.

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Enjoy a new generation of memory performance

When researching a new IT purchase, navigating the available hardware options can be daunting, especially when dealing with cutting edge new architectures. We strongly recommend contacting Paul and our Sales Engineering team for up-to-the-minute advice. We will help ensure you get the ideal solution for your workload and budget!

Configure your Pogo Linux NVMe Server


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