Turing Pi V1 documentation
Hello and welcome to the Turing Pi V1 documentation.
Turing Pi V1 is a 7 nodes cluster on a mini ITX board. It’s a scale model of bare metal clusters like you see in data centers. The Turing Pi board can be used as a local mini server to host apps, containers, Kubernetes. The Turing Pi also is a great tool for learning cloud-native technologies, Serverless, Microservices on a bare-metal cluster. The Turing Pi top/main node can act as a NAT/Router for the rest of the nodes. If you move the cluster from one location to another, all the node's IPs stay the same.
- Flash mode - flash RPi compute modules using the Turing Pi board
- Boot mode - boot OS through eMMC or SD card or netboot
Please note, you can use either eMMC or SD card storage. You can't use both options.
- Power management for each node (on/off/reboot)
- Real-time clock (RTC)
- I2C cluster management bus
- Compute modules hot-swap
Please visit the sections below for more detailed information about the Turing Pi V 1 board.