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2018 GTC Washington DC

DC8247 - Best Practices for Deploying Red Hat platforms on DGX systems in Datacenters (Presented by Red Hat)

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As AI/ML workloads move from science and research offices into the core infrastructure of enterprise datacenters, IT organizations are becoming increasingly concerned with integration efforts required to maintain the necessary hardware and software. GPU-accelerated DGX servers deliver supercomputer-like performance in a tightly integrated package and perfectly suited for running standard Red Hat platforms - Red Hat Enterprise Linux and OpenShift (Red Hat's certified distribution of Kubernetes). Learn how Red Hat and NVIDIA are collaborating to support variety of traditional and emerging workloads and best practices for deploying these workloads at scale while maintaining existing policies around security and manageability.


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Data Center and Cloud Computing
Accelerated Data Science Data Center and Cloud Computing
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Intermediate technical
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50 minutes
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