Deep Learning AMI for Ubuntu v1.3_Apr2017 now Supports Caffe2

Posted on: Apr 18, 2017

You can now use Caffe2 with the AWS Deep Learning AMI for Ubuntu, available on the AWS Marketplace. The addition of Caffe2, a project led by Facebook, allows developers another choice of deep learning frameworks on the AWS platform. To learn more about Caffe2, you can check out the GitHub repository.

The Deep Learning AMI v1.3_Apr2017 for Ubuntu was defined and designed to provide a stable, secure, and high performance execution environment for deep learning applications running on Amazon EC2. This AMI includes the following framework versions: MXNet: v0.9.3; Caffe2: v0.6.0 (New); Tensorflow: v1.0.1 (Update); Caffe release: rc5; Theano: rel 0.8.2; Keras: 2.0.2 (Update); CNTK: v2.0 rc1; and Torch: master branch.  

The Deep Learning AMI also includes Jupyter notebooks with Python 2.7 and Python 3.4 kernels, Matplotlib, Scikit-image, CppLint, Pylint, pandas, Graphviz, Bokeh Python packages, Boto and Boto 3 and the AWS CLI.  The Deep Learning AMI also comes packaged with Anaconda 2 and Anaconda 3 Data Science platforms. Start using the Deep Learning AMI for Ubuntu on the AWS Marketplace, today!