Gaudi accelerators from Habana Labs (an Intel company) deliver low-cost-to-train deep learning models for natural language processing, object detection, and image recognition use cases.
AWS currently offers a dl1.24xlarge EC2 image with eight Gaudi accelerators available. See Amazon EC2 DL1 Instances.
kubectl permissions to your cluster
Use the kubectl command to add the Habana device plugin for Kubernetes.
kubectl create -f https://vault.habana.ai/artifactory/docker-k8s-device-plugin/habana-k8s-device-plugin.yaml
Run the following command to verify the plugin is running:
kubectl get pods -n habana-system
Many Intel Habana environment containers work natively in Domino. To use a custom image to create a new environment, paste the Docker registry path into the FROM field.
See the Habana Developer Catalog for more pre-built container images that can be used in Domino.