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Kubernetes and OpenStack solving AI complexities at scale

By Canonical on 4 June 2018

Stu Miniman and John Boyer of theCUBE interviewed Stephan Fabel, Director of Ubuntu Product and Development at the OpenStack Summit in Vancouver. Read on for the full interview, and to hear more on Kubernetes, Kubeflow and MicroK8s.…

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KubeCon + CloudnativeCon Europe 2018

By Canonical on 18 April 2018

Date: May 2-4 Location: Copenhagen, Denmark Venue: Bella Center Copenhagen Booth: G-C05 The Cloud Native Computing Foundation’s flagship conference will be taking place in Copenhagen from May 2-4. It will cover Kubernetes, Prometheus…

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Hacking Through Machine Learning at the OpenPOWER Developer Congress

By Alexia Emmanoulopoulou on 23 May 2017

By Sumit Gupta, Vice President, IBM Cognitive Systems 10 years ago, every CEO leaned over to his or her CIO and CTO and said, “we got to figure out big data.” Five years ago, they leaned over and said, “we got to figure out cloud.” This…

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Machine learning with snaps

By Michael Hall on 28 March 2017

Late last year Amazon introduce a new EC2 image customized for Machine Learning (ML) workloads. To make things easier for data scientists and researchers, Amazon worked on including a selection of ML libraries into these images so they…

Job concurrency in Kubernetes: LXD and CPU pinning to the rescue

By Samuel Cozannet on 27 March 2017

A few days ago, someone shared with me a project to run video transcoding jobs in Kubernetes. During her tests, made on a default Kubernetes installation on bare metal servers with 40 cores & 512GB RAM, she allocated 5 full CPU cores…

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GPUs and Kubernetes for deep learning — Part 2/3: Adding storage

By Samuel Cozannet on 7 March 2017

Earlier this week we built a GPU cluster and installed Kubernetes so that we can do some advanced data processing. What is the thing you need next right after you have GPUs? Data. Data. and Data. And technically, if you looked at any of…

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Building a nervous system for OpenStack

By Guest on 31 May 2016

Big Software is a new class of software composed of so many moving pieces that humans, by themselves, cannot design, deploy or operate them. OpenStack, Hadoop and container-based architectures are all byproducts of Big Software. The only…