[Bf-committers] Flamenco rendering in the cloud
indyjo at gmx.de
Thu Jun 29 23:15:48 CEST 2017
please forgive my shameless plug, but you might also have a look at
BitWrk, a peer-to-peer rendering service that I have been working on for
some time now.
It's fueled by Bitcoin and integrates into Blender as a render engine
add-on. If you could help develop a worker that leverages cloud
infrastructure and scales based on actual load, that would be fantastic.
Just an idea.
Am 27.06.17 um 17:40 schrieb Philipp Hemmer:
> Hi there,
> I hope this is the right mailinglist. I haven't found one for flamenco
> itself. If it isn't please direct me to the correct list.
> I'm using the old but working "brenda" scripts and "brenda-web" for
> rendering in Amazon Web Services.
> I did some coding myself to improve it.
> Now I ask myself where is my time well spent.
> In the podcast you said you can connect own hardware with flamenco as well
> Cloud Instances. This woke my attention.
> I would like to help to integrate AWS and other cloud services. This way it
> would be easy for a artist/studio to scale the rendering when needed.
> It should be as "easy" to create and configure worker instances in the
> cloud. Or did i get something wrong?
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