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NVIDIA Tesla P100 Available on Google Cloud Platform NVIDIA Blog

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NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs and Tesla K80 GPUs will be available on Google Cloud Platform, starting early next year. On Google Cloud Platform, Tesla P100 GPUs will be available to Google Compute Engine and Google Cloud Machine Learning users around the world. The Tesla K80 GPU accelerator delivers exceptional performance, with increased throughput that allows researchers to advance their scientific discoveries and developers to boost their web services. Learn more about NVIDIA GPU cloud computing and read Google's announcement.


NVIDIA Tesla P100 Available on Google Cloud Platform NVIDIA Blog

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NVIDIA Tesla P100 GPUs and Tesla K80 GPUs will be available on Google Cloud Platform, starting early next year. On Google Cloud Platform, Tesla P100 GPUs will be available to Google Compute Engine and Google Cloud Machine Learning users around the world. The Tesla K80 GPU accelerator delivers exceptional performance, with increased throughput that allows researchers to advance their scientific discoveries and developers to boost their web services. Learn more about NVIDIA GPU cloud computing and read Google's announcement.


SQL Server as a Machine Learning Model Management System

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If you are a data scientist, business analyst or a machine learning engineer, you need model management – a system that manages and orchestrates the entire lifecycle of your learning model. In this blog, I will describe how SQL Server can enable you to automate, simplify and accelerate machine learning model management at scale – from build, train, test and deploy all the way to monitor, retrain and redeploy or retire. While there are existing tools that provide some capabilities for managing models and deployment, using SQL Server keeps the models "close" to data, thus leveraging all the capabilities of a Management System for Data to be now nearly seamlessly transferrable to machine learning models (see Figure 2). The key insight here is that "models are just like data" to an engine like SQL Server, and as such we can leverage most of the mission-critical features of data management built into SQL Server for machine learning models.