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Twitter
We're tracking this on the channel on Freenode IRC if you are affected.
packethost  from twitter
february 2018 by vielmetti
Install Vyos on Packet.net
some boot dance needed to get VyOS running on Packet.
vyos  packethost  howto  tutorial 
february 2018 by vielmetti
Kubernetes | Packet Support
Here are a of Kubernetes installers that work seamlessly on our platform.
kubernetes  packethost  packet  k8s  pharmer 
february 2018 by vielmetti
Devices - Packet API Documentation
I need to say that the API doc is awesome!👏👏👏👏
packethost  from twitter_favs
january 2018 by vielmetti
Twitter
RT : . I figured out a way to use all 96 cores on a Type 2A instance
worksonarm  arm64  packethost  from twitter_favs
september 2017 by vielmetti
packet_device - create, destroy, start, stop, and reboot a Packet Host machine. — Ansible Documentation
wait_for:
delay: 1
host: "{{ item.public_ipv4 }}"
port: 22
state: started
timeout: 500
with_items: "{{ newhosts.devices }}"
packethost  ansible 
april 2017 by vielmetti
Ed Vielmetti - Special Projects Director at Packet Bare Metal
Mad Libs biography, some inspiration and the result after judicious editing and nine drafts.
biography  packethost 
april 2017 by vielmetti
Quay.io by CoreOS and Their Infrastructure Journey - Packet Bare Metal Cloud Providers
Our very first ticket was someone complaining that they couldn’t figure out how to pay us.
quayio  coreos  packethost 
april 2017 by vielmetti
Works On Arm - A Community Site for ARMv8 Compatability
Does Your ____ Work on ARMv8’s 64 bit Architecture?

Find out, flag issues, and help!
armv8  worksonarm  packethost  packet  compatibility  porting 
march 2017 by vielmetti
coreos bugs armv8
open and closed issues for coreos armv8
coreos  armv8  packethost 
march 2017 by vielmetti
Type 2A - The ARMv8 - Premium Bare Metal Servers and Container Hosting
RT : We call our ARMv8 "el gordo" since it has 96 cores and 128 GB RAM. Not your usual RPi.

"With 96 physical cores @ 2.0 GHz (two Cavium ThunderX ARMv8 processors) and a bonded 20Gbps network, you'll see why we think the Type 2A might just start an "ARMs" race."

Imagine that you could take advantage of 96 cores for just $.50/hr? What would you do? Well, that's why we created the Type 2a - and Armv8 powered beast of a server with datacenter quality components from top to bottom, built around a dual socket Cavium ThunderX SoC.
armv8  hosting  cavium  aarch64  arm64  packethost  from twitter_favs
november 2016 by vielmetti

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