Interact with a cluster using just a command-line interface. Turing Pi open-source firmware offers a set of remote management features for authentication, serial console over LAN, OS images flashing, self-testing, and OTA updates.
$ tpictl login
$ tpictl info
$ tpictl get nodes
$ tpictl flash –node 1 -f ./ubuntu.img
$ tpictl reboot –node 1
$ tpictl serial –node 1
$ tpictl drain –node 2
$ tpictl power –off –node 2
You can run any combination of all supported compute modules.
You can start with a couple of nodes and scale when needed.