Tag: compute

GPU sharing on Amazon EKS with NVIDIA time-slicing and accelerated EC2 instances

In today’s fast-paced technological landscape, the demand for accelerated computing is skyrocketing, particularly in areas like artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML). One of the primary challenges the enterprises face is the efficient utilization of computational resources, particularly when it comes to GPU acceleration, which is crucial for ML tasks and general AI workloads. […]

How Sentra manages data workflows using Amazon EKS, Dagster, and Karpenter to maximize cost-efficiency with minimal operational overhead

By Yael Grossman Sr Compute Specialist Solutions Architect at AWS, Roei Jacobovich Software Engineer at Sentra Introduction In this post, we’ll illustrate how Sentra utilizes Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS), AWS Fargate , EC2 Spot, Karpenter, and an open-source version of Dagster, a cloud-native orchestrator, to run efficient and scalable data processing workloads on […]

Saving money a pod at a time with EKS, Fargate, and AWS Compute Savings Plans

At re:Invent 2019, we announced the ability to deploy Kubernetes pods on AWS Fargate via Amazon Elastic Kubernetes Service (Amazon EKS). Since then we’ve seen customers rapidly adopt the Kubernetes API to deploy pods onto Fargate, the AWS serverless infrastructure for running containers. This allows them to get rid of a lot of the undifferentiated […]