Ampere’s Developer Program Expands Cloud Ecosystem and Accelerates Development Opportunities

October 12, 2018 Laura Dolan

Ampere introduced its new Lenovo developer platform and program to facilitate the open development of next-generation cloud applications. Ampere will be appearing at Arm TechCon Booth #1701, October 16-18 at the San Jose Convention Center in San Jose, CA.

The following demonstrations of the eMAG processor will take place:

·      Live Cassandra demo showcasing eMAG performance

·      Live demo of a Kubernetes cluster running on eMAG

·      Live demo running Android in the cloud on eMAG

The new developer program includes the following tools and resources:

-       Forums

-       Documentation

-       Ampere eMAG Technical Readiness Manual

-       Ampere Linux Kernel Optimization Guide

“The Ampere developer program provides openness and is a place to find tools, documentation and developer collaboration that will drive adoption of our products,” said Mauri Whalen, vice president of software engineering at Ampere. “We are already working with communities such as Packet, WorksOnArm, OpenJDK and participating in open projects like the Linux Kernel, gcc/llvm, OpenBMC and other cloud technologies to ensure compatibility with our eMAG platform. By providing access to a development environment with open standards and full open documentation, we can expand the ecosystem and optimize the developer experience to innovate on cloud applications not yet imagined.”

The new server with Ampere’s eMAG processors is available now for purchase and developers can order by visiting Ampere’s new developer web site.  

For more information, visit www.amperecomputing.com.

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