Nvidia outlines AI strategies for GPUs and Kubernetes

John Leonard
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Nvidia's strategies to accelerate AI development on GPUs with Kubernetes. Source: CNCF
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Nvidia's strategies to accelerate AI development on GPUs with Kubernetes. Source: CNCF

At the KubeCon event in Paris this week, Nvidia engineers spoke of challenges and solutions for accelerating AI workloads using GPUs with Kubernetes.

Some measures involve Nvidia making its hardware and firmware more amenable to Kubernetes, while others will require extensions and addons to the cloud native orchestration platform. During thei...

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