Intel® Cloud Insider Advanced Technology Sandbox
Get access to a bare-metal-as-a-service environment with cutting-edge technologies for your innovative cloud solutions.
The Advanced Technology Sandbox delivers a bare-metal-as-a-service environment, accessible via a secure VPN, where CSPs can leverage their own DevOps and software to build advanced cloud solutions on stable, pre-launch technologies.
Build, test and develop using the latest Intel® Technology and cutting-edge hardware, even before it is publicly launched.
Directly access high-value, application-specific servers and collaborate with geographically distributed development teams.
Trained IT staff manage the basics like hardware asset inventory and build-out of prototype boards.
Get multiple levels of security that limit physical access to hardware and development platforms.
Our Intel® technology team will work with you, as an invited guest of the Advanced Technology Sandbox, on a one-to-one basis to set up and access your unique environment. We will discuss the scope of your project, recommend an initial environment approach, and help you get started. We’ll stay connected with you throughout your project to make sure you are taking advantage of the Advanced Technology Sandbox to its fullest potential.
You and your project team can access your private environment via standard and secure web browser and other remote development and connection technologies. The hardware environment is designed to support using your software stack and DevOps processes. The physical lab location is in Portland, Oregon USA, but may expand to other global locations in the future. Secure, virtual access to the lab is provided with 4 week x.509 certificates, and new certificates can be issued if longer access is needed. Lab access is available for your own workload testing or for testing a specific environment for your customer.
All Intel® Cloud Insider Program members worldwide are eligible to apply. The Advanced Technology Sandbox is ideal for Cloud Service Providers (CSPs) who want to test workloads on the latest technologies without having to purchase and configure the system. It can be valuable to test new workloads, compare performance between generations of hardware, and test isolated customer workload performance. Priority for access approval will be given to CSPs evaluating new hardware technologies, workloads requiring performance, new service testing, and CSPs evaluating hardware for expansion plans, among others.
Talk with an Intel representative to learn more and find out if the Advanced Technology Sandbox could be the right tool for you.