I am looking for a blender rendering farm expert.
your task will be to implement a rendering solution on a external server or server cluster.
And from the client blender on a PC or laptop to send rendering tasks to the rendering servers/farm.
What will you need to deliver?
- a working environment on virtual servers, to simulate the rendering farm. you need to demo it
- shellscripts to execute the installation and configurations
- a documentation how to install the rendering server (ubuntu 20.04) -
a documentation how to install the management of the blender rendering servers (ubuntu 20.04)
- a video documentation how to integrate the rendering solution into a desktop blender
What is required?
you need to have extensive experience with blender and of course how to render on a rendering farm with blender
What are our requirements?
- works on ubuntu 20.04
- works on ubuntu 20.04 provided blender
- works on custom installed blender (you need to provide install docs too)
- delivery in our git
place your best bid. Also add your your final hourly rate. Since we switch after some development tasks to hourly base. Means you estimate, you get a confirm and you file after successful delivery the time.
We consider you bid as the upper bound and a later increase before getting awarded would be a K.O. for your bid at all
- if you do a good job on supporting our team, we are open to integrate you into regular work
- we will need more work with porting the tests on
- kubernetize the solution for later parallel execution
- we work after enough proofs on your delivery credibility on hourly basis (with prior confirm on your estimate)
What is our budget?
we do not disclose our budget nor planned hourly rate. Offer us your best bid.
we define milestones and we file/fund each milestone before you start the milestone. so please name me your wished milestones with the payment amount
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