InAccel FPGA orchestrator

Automated Deployment,
Scaling and Resource Management of FPGA clusters

Acceleration made simple

Coral FPGA manager is a framework that allows the distributed acceleration of large data sets across clusters of FPGA resources using simple programming models. 

It is designed to scale up from single devices to multiple FPGAs, each offering local computation and storage. It also allows sharing of the resources from multiple applications, processes and users automatically.

Instant Scaling

Scale-out your applications to multiple FPGAs on the same server or to multiple servers (using Kubernetes plug-in) without changing your code.

InAccel dispatches the accelerated functions to the FPGA cluster automatically.

It also allows automatically scaling to multiple kernels on the same FPGA.

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Resource management

InAccel manager allows seamless sharing of the FPGA resources. from:

 РMultiple threads

 РMultiple processes

 РMultiple applications

 РMultiple users

It allows dynamic resource management and scheduling of the accelerated function to the FPGA cluster automatically.

It also allows automatic management of the bitstreams. 

 

Seamless integration

InAccel offers all the required high-level functions (APIs) that make it easy to accelerate your applications by offloading the most computationally intensive tasks to the FPGAs.

No need to modify your application or to use an unfamiliar parallel programming language (like OpenCL).

And you can use it interactively from C/C++, Scala and Python shells.

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Bitstream repository

InAccel decouples the bitstreams from the Software developer.

SW developers do not need any more to work with bitstreams.

FPGA Resource Manager automatically fetch the right bitstream based on the requested function invoking and handles the programming and scheduling of the FPGAs.

Deploy FPGAs as easy as any other software library.

FPGA Monitoring

InAccel FPGA orchestrator comes with a unique Monitor tool that allows to get valuable insight on the performance of the kernels in the FPGAs. 

The monitor tool can be used to get information for the execution of the accelerators in the FPGAs helping optimize the performance of your applications.

Instant deployment

Launch a container with InAccel’s¬†Docker¬†image or even deploy it as a daemonset on a¬†Kubernetes¬†cluster and enjoy acceleration services at the drop of a hat.

Deploy your accelerators from Apache Spark, Scikit-learn, Keras, Jupyter notebooks and H2O. 

Instant deployment with zero code changes.

Kubernetes on FPGA extends the industry standard container orchestration platform with FPGA acceleration capabilities.

With first class support for FPGA resources scheduling, developers and DevOps engineers can now build, deploy, orchestrate and monitor FPGA-accelerated application deployments on heterogeneous, multi-cloud clusters.

 

Users

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Supported Platforms

InAccel supports all the FPGA boards compatible with the OpenCL frameworks from Xilinx and Intel.

What our users say

"InAccel framework gives you a great abstraction layer resulting in less code.  It has a monitoring tool and other language bindings like Python, etc. making it very easy to integrate with our applications." "...this is where InAccel's framework helps immensely: we don't need to code MT C++, rather we call the FPGA from multiple workers and we let the InAccel framework schedule the FPGA workloads as fast as possible"
Fred Tsang
Flumaion
"We found it very useful as it allows high-level abstracted kernel calls instead of OpenCL which requires complex implementation of FPGA kernel calls."
Jongwoo Kim
Sungkyunkwan University

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On-premise

Cloud

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Pricing

Community edition

Helping developers build, deploy, and run their accelerated applications.

Free

Enterprise edition

Enabling teams to speed acceleration delivery with security, automation, advanced configuration and workflow.

$300/server/month