Date: October 9 – 11, 2018
Location: Messe Munchen GmbH, Messegelande, 81823, Munich, Germany
Venue: ICM – Internationales Congress Center Munich
Join Canonical at GTC Europe 2018 in Munich, Germany from the 9th of October through the 11th, where we will be showcasing our technologies across AI/ML.
Canonical will be presenting demonstrations of Kubeflow running in a fully supported K8s environment, how to get up and running with Kaggle competitions on Kubeflow and Kubernetes, which can be accelerated with GPU compute on a bare metal substrate.
With Kubeflow running in a fully supported K8s environment, your engineers will be able to focus on building apps for their specific use case, while we take care of what is needed to run the apps at scale. Then, once you’re comfortable you can choose to manage the solution using our suite of automation tooling, or consume it as a managed solution, with Canonical managing, supporting, and upgrading the solution under commercial SLAs.
So, if you’re interested in seeing how these offering support companies with AI/ML engineers then join us at GTC Europe, Booth: S11 at the International Congress Centre in Munich.
If that isn’t enough to entice you into coming along, just remember that GTC Europe is part of the world’s largest series of events around artificial intelligence and there will be more than 100 breakout sessions covering topics such as; AI and deep learning, HPC, virtual reality, self-driving vehicles, and much more.
To sweeten the deal further, here’s a 25% discount code: GMXGTCEU18
Should you also want to discover more about AI/ML & Ubuntu then you can watch this on-demand webinar.
If you are looking for some practical and highly reproducible instructions for running AI/ML on Ubuntu then register for our webinar, ‘How to build and deploy your first AI/ML model on Ubuntu.’
We hope to see you there!
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