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==Welcome==
 
==Welcome==
  
Welcome to the Project Olympus Sub-Group. Charter for this team is to enable the OCP community to further explore, invent, collaborate, enhance, and produce great solutions for customers using Project Olympus modular building blocks. [https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Microsoft-Global-Datacenters/Microsoft-Project-Olympus Project Olympus is Microsoft's next generation rack level solution that is open sourced through Open Compute Project.] Project Olympus addresses variety of cloud workloads for Microsoft Cloud and was introduced in November 2016 with V1.0 contribution November 2017. Since inception Project Olympus has attracted a large group of partners from compute silicon providers to ODMs, OEMs and component  manufacturers and is becoming the de facto open compute standard for cloud workloads.
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Welcome to the Project Olympus Sub-Group. Project Olympus is Microsoft's next generation rack-level solution that is open-sourced through Open Compute Project. [https://channel9.msdn.com/Series/Microsoft-Global-Datacenters/Microsoft-Project-Olympus (Video Introduction)]
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The charter of Project Olympus sub-group within OCP Server Project is to enable the OCP community to further explore, invent, collaborate, enhance, and produce great solutions for customers using Project Olympus modular building blocks.  
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Initially introduced in November 2016 and with V1.0 contribution in November 2017, Project Olympus addresses several cloud workloads for Microsoft Azure. Since inception, Project Olympus has attracted a large group of partners such as compute silicon providers, ODMs, OEMs, and component manufacturers. It is becoming the de facto open-compute standard for cloud workloads.
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Project Olympus base specification defines a modular architecture with clear internal and external interfaces. Project Olympus comprises these Hardware and Software Modules to realize a holistic rack architecture; however, individual Modules are applicable to Racks, Chassis, Rack Managers, PDUs, PSUs, Blades and Motherboards from other architectures such as OCP Open Rack, Open Rack 19, Scorpio, 19” EIA Rack, Rack-mount Servers, and Tower Servers.
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While, Microsoft is planning design and product implementations based on Project Olympus specification, we encourage the community to use as-is, buy/sell as-is, modify to use or sell, and to provide feedback on any of these software or hardware Modules.
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[[File:Project_Olympus_Server.PNG|600px|thumb|left|Project Olympus Server]]
 
[[File:Project_Olympus_Server.PNG|600px|thumb|left|Project Olympus Server]]
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===Project Olympus Modular System Design===
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===Project Olympus Modular System Architecture===
Project Olympus is a modular system designed for convergence of the industry ecosystem to enable onboarding more hardware more quickly.  The systems are designed for the needs of scale-up systems.
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Project Olympus is a modular system architecture for industry ecosystem convergence to enable rapid onboarding of a variety of hardware.  The associated systems are designed to meet the needs of hyper-scale datacenters.
  
===Project Olympus Rack System===
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Project Olympus base specification defines a modular architecture with clear internal and external interfaces. Hardware modules include Rack, Universal PDU, Rack Manager, 1U/2U Server and mechanical Enclosures, Power Supply, Universal Motherboard, PCIe Riser Boards, and Expansion Modules for storage and accelerators; while, Software/Firmware components include RESTful API, Rack Manager Software/Firmware interface, BMC Firmware, System BIOS/UEFI Firmware, and Software APIs.
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===Project Olympus Rack, Power, and Management System===
 
Project Olympus is built upon a base Rack, 42U or 48U tall, with integrated A/C power distribution and rack-level management.
 
Project Olympus is built upon a base Rack, 42U or 48U tall, with integrated A/C power distribution and rack-level management.
  
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! Explanation
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=5610b8fcb3da3427a71732e0d1325266 Project Olympus Rack Specification]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=5610b8fcb3da3427a71732e0d1325266&download Project Olympus Rack Specification]
 
| Heavy Duty 42U or 48U options to cover your needs
 
| Heavy Duty 42U or 48U options to cover your needs
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2b6c27246f9654c8b57164df24b8fb52 Project Olympus Chassis Mechanical 3D PDF]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2b6c27246f9654c8b57164df24b8fb52&download Project Olympus Chassis Mechanical 3D PDF]
 
| Enables fly-by of the Rack with integrated PMDU, Rack Management, and Universal Power cords
 
| Enables fly-by of the Rack with integrated PMDU, Rack Management, and Universal Power cords
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=16b0b14f4130a8f66ce688172da9acef Project Olympus Universal Power Monitoring Distribution Unit (PMDU)]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=288b0153ad3cd9d4648a3d914bac6332&download Project Olympus Chassis Specification]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=ee6c3e775a7a8c6014f8eee71224ee02&download Project Olympus Chassis Track Step Files]
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| Chassis is simple tracks that enable the servers to slide and blind-mate to the PMDU.
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=ee6c3e775a7a8c6014f8eee71224ee02&download Project Olympus Universal Power Monitoring Distribution Unit (PMDU)]
 
| Distributes two three-phase AC Power inputs to each of the server positions.  Home to the Rack Manager which serves as single point of control for the servers with embedded on/off capability and rack-level power measurement and power capping ability.
 
| Distributes two three-phase AC Power inputs to each of the server positions.  Home to the Rack Manager which serves as single point of control for the servers with embedded on/off capability and rack-level power measurement and power capping ability.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=9354081c026ca888548845d8e35724dd Project Olympus Universal Power Distribution Unit (UPDU)]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=9354081c026ca888548845d8e35724dd&download Project Olympus Universal Power Distribution Unit (UPDU)]
| 2U Horizontal or 0U Vertical UPDU for use in any EIA rack
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| 2U Horizontal or 0U Vertical UPDU for use in any EIA rack.  This enables a single rack design to be deployed into any data center world wide with only the change of the power cord.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=9dd659dc52f9f714ec91e94a1c44ca55 Project Olympus Universal Power Cord]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=9dd659dc52f9f714ec91e94a1c44ca55&download Project Olympus Universal Power Cord]
 
| Enables single PDU to use different Power Cords for World-Wide Deployments
 
| Enables single PDU to use different Power Cords for World-Wide Deployments
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=38ed9b4ac228f0f33c2b164fb49a9b20 Project Olympus Rack Manager]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=38ed9b4ac228f0f33c2b164fb49a9b20&download Project Olympus Rack Manager]
 
| Rack Level Management integrates into the PMDU
 
| Rack Level Management integrates into the PMDU
 
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|-  
| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=f8e9fe4f9fe42b17bfe5f3ab9cc52143 Project Olympus Standalone Rack Manager]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=f8e9fe4f9fe42b17bfe5f3ab9cc52143&download Project Olympus Standalone Rack Manager]
 
| Servers don't have to use the PMDU.  With the Standalone Rack Manager, you can manage any server with an Ethernet port off the BMC for single point of Rack-level control
 
| Servers don't have to use the PMDU.  With the Standalone Rack Manager, you can manage any server with an Ethernet port off the BMC for single point of Rack-level control
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=6f73a06493fe6a3df3daa842abe2f770 Project Olympus Air Blocker]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2fcee5708f697e83e367fdbdd105d5b0&download Project Olympus Air Blocker]
| Plastic air blocker that works with standard EIA rack rails empty and also with Project Olympus tracks
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| Plastic air blocker for EIA rack that works with both bare rails and with Project Olympus tracks
 
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! Explanation
 
! Explanation
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=19dce035754d2464a58fb2d2c4f14138 Project Olympus 1U Server]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=8f89073cc98f6c32aee7d0934fff6599&download Project Olympus 1U Server Spec]
| Universal 1U server chassis
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=051bc5eeabb1034ca11b8e9d35ea1272&download 1U Mechanical CAD File]
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| Universal 1U server chassis that works mix and match with different motherboards.  When building a new motherboard, always be certain that it is fully compatible.  If there are differences, you'll need to modify the chassis and provide the changes in a submitted specification.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2893b2c83a9cd82821c1b5d478b377f5 Project Olympus 2U Server]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=946cede630030052b24414b2dfba8292&download Project Olympus 2U Server Spec]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=813d70e6735bb894d80abe64c9c3ae14&download 2U Mechanical CAD File]
 
| Universal 2U server chassis features 12 Large Form Factor HDD storage expansion
 
| Universal 2U server chassis features 12 Large Form Factor HDD storage expansion
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2aaaa5d6b0c852534b499759e7559c04 Project Olympus Universal Motherboard]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=6d524ce4c4180817b9d1f07a81eb6447&download Project Olympus Universal Motherboard]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=e1c26cc58815daec3b37cee80cd299b9&download CAD model]
 
| Depicts a generic motherboard with I/O slots, face plate, mounting holes, power and management connectors all in the right place.
 
| Depicts a generic motherboard with I/O slots, face plate, mounting holes, power and management connectors all in the right place.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2247ac812c026ea8fa15d29622779fa7 Project Olympus Server Power Supply]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2247ac812c026ea8fa15d29622779fa7&download Project Olympus Server Power Supply]
 
| This native N+1 1,000W PSU accepts two three-phase AC Power inputs to automatically balance the phases to enable more servers to be deployed into the datacenter.
 
| This native N+1 1,000W PSU accepts two three-phase AC Power inputs to automatically balance the phases to enable more servers to be deployed into the datacenter.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=fd2ae7e2c80032752b8a76588f40bc5b Project Olympus Universal Power Supply Software Interface]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=fd2ae7e2c80032752b8a76588f40bc5b&download Project Olympus Universal Power Supply Software Interface]
 
| To enable the ecosystem to build many different motherboards, the software interface to the PSU is critical.
 
| To enable the ecosystem to build many different motherboards, the software interface to the PSU is critical.
 
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===Project Olympus Motherboards Featuring Intel Xeon Scalable Processors===
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===Project Olympus Server Motherboards===
 
Project Olympus is designed for a mix and match of different motherboards in the standardized chassis.
 
Project Olympus is designed for a mix and match of different motherboards in the standardized chassis.
  
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! Explanation
 
! Explanation
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=24906b3fe2b56d116bf29949cd79534a Project Olympus Intel XSP Motherboard]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=2116949d152ea1b72285eee43d406d5d&download Project Olympus Intel XSP Motherboard]
[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/index.php/apps/files?dir=/Shared/Server/Specs/2017/Microsoft/Project_Olympus/V1.0/Project_Olympus_Intel_XSP_Collateral Electrical Collateral]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=e969672c57d6e17647adea54f2c3e5a7&download Electrical Collateral]
| Deep contributions into this Motherboard
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| Motherboard for dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor(XSP)
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=ad1daa1d1632c9670dc496bd4dd71518 Project Olympus Intel XSP Motherboard BIOS]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=14ba0aeaa196faac287bbd3b49ba6124&download Project Olympus Intel XSP BIOS]
| BIOS Specification used for the Intel motherboard.
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| BIOS Specification used for the dual-socket Intel XSP motherboard.
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===Project Olympus Motherboards===
 
Project Olympus is designed for a mix and match of different motherboards in the standardized chassis.
 
 
 
{| class="wikitable"
 
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! Project Olympus Specifications
 
! Explanation
 
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=754ac54ef5e773170a8f6d90f511c46c AMD EPYC Motherboard]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=754ac54ef5e773170a8f6d90f511c46c&download Project Olympus AMD EPYC Motherboard]
| AMD EPYC Motherboard
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| Motherboard for dual-socket AMD EPYC
 
|-  
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=c59ca0b427ca882511127c3b0a915f5e Project Olympus Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64 Motherboard]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=b684df9e49903eebd35b10c1e300a7c9&download Project Olympus Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64 Motherboard]
| Cavium ThunderX2
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| Motherboard for dual-socket Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=f6625e78abbb368fbdf9f13135d1fd4b&download Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Motherboard for Project Olympus]
| Qualcomm Motherboard
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| Qualcomm Single-SoC Motherboard shown at OCP March 2017 Summit
 
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[[Media:Example.ogg]]
  
 
===Project Olympus Expansion Chassis===
 
===Project Olympus Expansion Chassis===
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=b9540157df2cb2e8e249cb5b3698a782 Project Olympus DX-88]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=b9540157df2cb2e8e249cb5b3698a782&download Project Olympus DX-88]
 
| Storage Expansion featuring 88 Hot-Swap Disk Drives.  Can be set up to have one, two or four Project Olympus 1U Server Head Nodes for 88, 44, or 22 HDDs each.
 
| Storage Expansion featuring 88 Hot-Swap Disk Drives.  Can be set up to have one, two or four Project Olympus 1U Server Head Nodes for 88, 44, or 22 HDDs each.
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=408a9c3b3a5d478865644e80fa678e46 Project Olympus Project Olympus DX-88 Power Supply]
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=408a9c3b3a5d478865644e80fa678e46&download Project Olympus Project Olympus DX-88 Power Supply]
 
| Three Phase 1650W Hot-Swap PSU used as a pair in the DX-88 to provide highly available N+N power
 
| Three Phase 1650W Hot-Swap PSU used as a pair in the DX-88 to provide highly available N+N power
 
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| [http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=b18fa4e83bb3ecc4fffa179edab0ce39&download Project Olympus HGX-1]
| Hyperscale GPU Expansion Chassis featuring eight NVIDIA SXM2 GPUs
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| Hyperscale GPU Accelerator Expansion Chassis featuring eight NVIDIA SXM2 GPUs
 
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==Quick Links==
 
==Quick Links==
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=d836bfc69fd71a60bce45e5459cde470&download Project Olympus V1.0 Overview Slides (Nov 2017)]
  
 
Data Center Dynamics / OCP Converged Summit Nov 2016
 
Data Center Dynamics / OCP Converged Summit Nov 2016
  
[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=fc037d1c18c018998c344638623a9816 Project Olympus Introduction (Nov 2016)]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=fc037d1c18c018998c344638623a9816&download Project Olympus Introduction (Nov 2016)]
  
[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=7df7f892ba45193754a982a9c95cee4d Project Olympus Technical Overview (Nov 2016)]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=7df7f892ba45193754a982a9c95cee4d&download Project Olympus Technical Overview (Nov 2016)]
  
[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=03a51a25dc2ebce63b10876b0fb326b0 Project Olympus Universal Motherboard (Nov 2016)]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=03a51a25dc2ebce63b10876b0fb326b0&download Project Olympus Universal Motherboard (Nov 2016)]
  
 
==Get Involved==
 
==Get Involved==
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More information about OCP events  can be found at: http://www.opencompute.org/community/events/ocp-events-calendar
 
More information about OCP events  can be found at: http://www.opencompute.org/community/events/ocp-events-calendar
  
[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=e01a0924f5901bff77bfbf70b06aa289 Project Olympus Kick-off at Data Center Dynamics Nov 2016]
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[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=e01a0924f5901bff77bfbf70b06aa289&download Project Olympus Kick-off at Data Center Dynamics Nov 2016]
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OCP March 2017 Summit Presentations:
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* Microsoft Project Olympus Overview - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=f2b0a591c29695ea5b130a9352af8eaf slides]]
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* Microsoft Project Olympus Servers - [[https://schd.ws/hosted_files/ocpussummit2017/f2/OCP17%20Workshop_Microsoft%20Project%20Olympus%20Servers_3_8_2017.pdf slides]]
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* Microsoft Project Olympus High Density Flash (FX-16) - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=309c5b1d58539b56a4cd5d499c5b3a85 slides]]
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* Microsoft Project Olympus Storage JBOD (HD-88) - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=ea8af1772e9eea08a0fc0f8e1691418b slides]]
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* Microsoft Project Olympus AI Accelerator Chassis (HGX-1) - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=14ab3cf25170b7a0a439e11a3d818c96 slides]]
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* Microsoft Project Olympus Rack Management - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=c2a3d90ebfd6900eb6922c1d54b7c325 slides]]
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* Microsoft Power capping in Project Olympus - [[http://files.opencompute.org/oc/public.php?service=files&t=afb14d96db342afd72e4bcf6fa86a319 slides]]
  
 
OCP Engineering Workshop Sessions  - TBD
 
OCP Engineering Workshop Sessions  - TBD
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Any specifications that are accepted by the Foundation will be listed on the OCP Server Project Specs and Designs page at:
 
Any specifications that are accepted by the Foundation will be listed on the OCP Server Project Specs and Designs page at:
 
http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Server/SpecsAndDesigns
 
http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Server/SpecsAndDesigns
 
Specifications and Designs that are currently in-progress can be found at:
 
https://github.com/opencomputeproject/Project_Olympus
 

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Welcome

Welcome to the Project Olympus Sub-Group. Project Olympus is Microsoft's next generation rack-level solution that is open-sourced through Open Compute Project. (Video Introduction)

The charter of Project Olympus sub-group within OCP Server Project is to enable the OCP community to further explore, invent, collaborate, enhance, and produce great solutions for customers using Project Olympus modular building blocks.

Initially introduced in November 2016 and with V1.0 contribution in November 2017, Project Olympus addresses several cloud workloads for Microsoft Azure. Since inception, Project Olympus has attracted a large group of partners such as compute silicon providers, ODMs, OEMs, and component manufacturers. It is becoming the de facto open-compute standard for cloud workloads.

Project Olympus base specification defines a modular architecture with clear internal and external interfaces. Project Olympus comprises these Hardware and Software Modules to realize a holistic rack architecture; however, individual Modules are applicable to Racks, Chassis, Rack Managers, PDUs, PSUs, Blades and Motherboards from other architectures such as OCP Open Rack, Open Rack 19, Scorpio, 19” EIA Rack, Rack-mount Servers, and Tower Servers.

While, Microsoft is planning design and product implementations based on Project Olympus specification, we encourage the community to use as-is, buy/sell as-is, modify to use or sell, and to provide feedback on any of these software or hardware Modules.


Project Olympus Server
















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Project Olympus Modular System Architecture

Project Olympus is a modular system architecture for industry ecosystem convergence to enable rapid onboarding of a variety of hardware. The associated systems are designed to meet the needs of hyper-scale datacenters.

Project Olympus base specification defines a modular architecture with clear internal and external interfaces. Hardware modules include Rack, Universal PDU, Rack Manager, 1U/2U Server and mechanical Enclosures, Power Supply, Universal Motherboard, PCIe Riser Boards, and Expansion Modules for storage and accelerators; while, Software/Firmware components include RESTful API, Rack Manager Software/Firmware interface, BMC Firmware, System BIOS/UEFI Firmware, and Software APIs.


Project Olympus Rack, Power, and Management System

Project Olympus is built upon a base Rack, 42U or 48U tall, with integrated A/C power distribution and rack-level management.


Project Olympus Specifications Explanation
Project Olympus Rack Specification Heavy Duty 42U or 48U options to cover your needs
Project Olympus Chassis Mechanical 3D PDF Enables fly-by of the Rack with integrated PMDU, Rack Management, and Universal Power cords
Project Olympus Chassis Specification

Project Olympus Chassis Track Step Files

Chassis is simple tracks that enable the servers to slide and blind-mate to the PMDU.
Project Olympus Universal Power Monitoring Distribution Unit (PMDU) Distributes two three-phase AC Power inputs to each of the server positions. Home to the Rack Manager which serves as single point of control for the servers with embedded on/off capability and rack-level power measurement and power capping ability.
Project Olympus Universal Power Distribution Unit (UPDU) 2U Horizontal or 0U Vertical UPDU for use in any EIA rack. This enables a single rack design to be deployed into any data center world wide with only the change of the power cord.
Project Olympus Universal Power Cord Enables single PDU to use different Power Cords for World-Wide Deployments
Project Olympus Rack Manager Rack Level Management integrates into the PMDU
Project Olympus Standalone Rack Manager Servers don't have to use the PMDU. With the Standalone Rack Manager, you can manage any server with an Ethernet port off the BMC for single point of Rack-level control
Project Olympus Air Blocker Plastic air blocker for EIA rack that works with both bare rails and with Project Olympus tracks

Project Olympus Servers

Microsoft's 1U and 2U servers mix and match with your motherboard.

Project Olympus Specifications Explanation
Project Olympus 1U Server Spec

1U Mechanical CAD File

Universal 1U server chassis that works mix and match with different motherboards. When building a new motherboard, always be certain that it is fully compatible. If there are differences, you'll need to modify the chassis and provide the changes in a submitted specification.
Project Olympus 2U Server Spec

2U Mechanical CAD File

Universal 2U server chassis features 12 Large Form Factor HDD storage expansion
Project Olympus Universal Motherboard

CAD model

Depicts a generic motherboard with I/O slots, face plate, mounting holes, power and management connectors all in the right place.
Project Olympus Server Power Supply This native N+1 1,000W PSU accepts two three-phase AC Power inputs to automatically balance the phases to enable more servers to be deployed into the datacenter.
Project Olympus Universal Power Supply Software Interface To enable the ecosystem to build many different motherboards, the software interface to the PSU is critical.

Project Olympus Server Motherboards

Project Olympus is designed for a mix and match of different motherboards in the standardized chassis.

Project Olympus Specifications Explanation
Project Olympus Intel XSP Motherboard

Electrical Collateral

Motherboard for dual-socket Intel Xeon Scalable Processor(XSP)
Project Olympus Intel XSP BIOS BIOS Specification used for the dual-socket Intel XSP motherboard.
Project Olympus AMD EPYC Motherboard Motherboard for dual-socket AMD EPYC
Project Olympus Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64 Motherboard Motherboard for dual-socket Cavium ThunderX2 ARM64
Qualcomm Centriq 2400 Motherboard for Project Olympus Qualcomm Single-SoC Motherboard shown at OCP March 2017 Summit

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Project Olympus Expansion Chassis

Project Olympus features mix and match expansion modules.

Project Olympus Specifications Explanation
Project Olympus DX-88 Storage Expansion featuring 88 Hot-Swap Disk Drives. Can be set up to have one, two or four Project Olympus 1U Server Head Nodes for 88, 44, or 22 HDDs each.
Project Olympus Project Olympus DX-88 Power Supply Three Phase 1650W Hot-Swap PSU used as a pair in the DX-88 to provide highly available N+N power
Project Olympus HGX-1 Hyperscale GPU Accelerator Expansion Chassis featuring eight NVIDIA SXM2 GPUs

Quick Links

Project Olympus V1.0 Overview Slides (Nov 2017)

Data Center Dynamics / OCP Converged Summit Nov 2016

Project Olympus Introduction (Nov 2016)

Project Olympus Technical Overview (Nov 2016)

Project Olympus Universal Motherboard (Nov 2016)

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Events

More information about OCP events can be found at: http://www.opencompute.org/community/events/ocp-events-calendar

Project Olympus Kick-off at Data Center Dynamics Nov 2016

OCP March 2017 Summit Presentations:

  • Microsoft Project Olympus Overview - [slides]
  • Microsoft Project Olympus Servers - [slides]
  • Microsoft Project Olympus High Density Flash (FX-16) - [slides]
  • Microsoft Project Olympus Storage JBOD (HD-88) - [slides]
  • Microsoft Project Olympus AI Accelerator Chassis (HGX-1) - [slides]
  • Microsoft Project Olympus Rack Management - [slides]
  • Microsoft Power capping in Project Olympus - [slides]

OCP Engineering Workshop Sessions - TBD

Meetings

This project meets - TBD

This call is open to the public.

The agenda as well as information on how to join the call can be found at: TBD

Working documents are posted to the WIKI at: TBD

Meeting minutes are available at: TBD

Communication

Project communication is done through the opencompute-project-olympus@lists.opencompute.org mailing list.

To get on the mailing list or manage your subscription go to: http://lists.opencompute.org/mailman/listinfo/opencompute-project-olympus

To access the mailing list archives go to: http://lists.opencompute.org/pipermail/opencompute-project-olympus/

Specifications and Designs

Any specifications that are accepted by the Foundation will be listed on the OCP Server Project Specs and Designs page at: http://www.opencompute.org/wiki/Server/SpecsAndDesigns