The Raspberry Pi was originally developed by the Raspberry Pi Foundation to promote the teaching of basic computer science in schools and developing countries. And although these little single-board computers have done just that, they have the ability to do so much more when paired with the correct tools. That’s why StackIQ ported Stacki (their original bare metal x86_64 server installer) to support Raspberry Pis, creating Stacki Ace: an open-source bare-metal installer for Raspberry Pis. Greg will demo how to create a cluster of Raspberry Pis with Stacki Ace. At the end of the presentation, we will hold a contest where one attendee will win a Raspberry Pi with Stacki Ace already installed!