Nvidia released updates to its main AI software platforms, AI Enterprise, Riva and Merlin, and an upgrade of the Launchpad platform for Nvidia GPU users. Enterprises can now use containerized machine learning tools to build, scale, and share their models on different systems with VMware vSphere.
There’s a great new hands-on-lab lab that’s been published in the last few weeks allowing you to get an understanding of how to set up and configure the integration between VMware vSphere and the NVIDIA AI Enterprise software. In a completely safe and approachable environment […]
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NVIDIA is the recognized leader in artificial intelligence (AI) solutions across every industry. It is also a Strategic partner of the VMware Technology Alliance Partner Program and an Advanced partner of the VMware Partner Connect Program. […]
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The Register covers Nvidia rolling out the latest version of its AI Enterprise suite for GPU-accelerated workloads, adding integration for VMware’s vSphere with Tanzu to enable organizations to run workloads in both containers and inside virtual machines.
NVIDIA AI Enterprise 1.1 is now generally available! StorageReview reports on the availability of NVIDIA AI Enterprise 1.1, which delivers updates including production support for containerized AI on VMware vSphere with Tanzu.
The New Stack continues to report on the availability of NVIDIA AI Enterprise software suite, which includes production support for containerized AI on VMware vSphere with Tanzu. The article includes the continued expansion of the NVIDIA and VMware partnership.
Deliver Containerized AI/ML Workloads for Every Business TEST VMware and NVIDIA have collaborated to unlock the power of AI for every business by delivering an end-to-end enterprise platform optimized for AI/ML workloads- the AI-Ready Enterprise platform. This AI-Ready Enterprise platform mitigates deployment risks by providing common operations, tools, and processes for all enterprise workloads — … Continued The post VMware vSphere with Tanzu and NVIDIA AI Enterprise 1.1 appeared first on…Read More
TechTarget reports on NVIDIA’s newly released updates to their AI Enterprise offering including added support for VMware vSphere with Tanzu. The added Tanzu offering gives data scientists and developers the ability to run AI workloads on containers and virtual machines within vSphere environments.
vSphere Bitfusion is making available a public script to quickly set up clients with a machine learning application and its dependencies, as well as the Bitfusion software so you can test and learn in a working environment.