POGO COMPOSABLE INFRASTRUCTURE
Transform a static architecture into a dynamic data center with software-defined infrastructure management.
Composable Infrastructure’s Open Architecture
In the Pogo Linux composable infrastructure solutions, Liqid’s management console and network fabric switch are software and hardware vendor agnostic which enables true composability with disaggregation. This open architecture approach allows Liqid users to orchestrate endless configuration options of bare-metal compute nodes from disaggregated CPU’s, NVMe SSD’s, GPU’s, NIC’s and FPGA hardware.
The software APIs do not obligate the need for additional drivers, agents, or software modules. Since all software live on the fabric, the application layer can easily scale-up based on exact physical-resources required by each workload.
Resources Pools Enable Bare-Metal Server Orchestration
Together with the disaggregated hardware resources on a corporate network – Including Western Digital, Intel, AMD and other data center technologies – composable infrastructure users can provision bare-metal environments from resource pools, including:
When new workloads and hosted application needs arise, Liqid enables IT to dynamically create, scale and redeploy bare-metal servers to meet exact storage and memory requirements on-demand via software. Dynamically provision storage resources – including WD NVMe™ SSD's, WD JBOD & JBOF network-attached storage, Intel® Optane™ storage-class memory, or on-premises object storage.
Unlock the versatility of GPU graphics for modern workloads, like artificial intelligence and deep learning are massive and variable. Provision previously unimaginable video graphics configurations – such as adding 16 NVIDIA Tesla T4 GPU's to a single server – on-demand to meet any workload requirement.
When combined with the compute density of Intel rackmount servers or AMD rackmount servers, data center admins have the flexibility and agility necessary to tackle a variety of HPC workloads. Leverage previous generation Intel Xeon or AMD EPYC CPUs, or 2nd generation Intel Xeon Cascade Lake SP and AMD EPYC server processors.
Will the number of PCI-Express (PCIe) or Ethernet devices needed for a workload process fit in a physical server? They will in Liqid composable bare-metal servers. Satisfy user or application networking requirements by scaling up PCIe Gen 4 devices in real-time without ever touching a physical server.