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Amazon Linux x64 AMI with TensorFlow (GPU)

GPU-Enabled TensorFlow AMI is a one-click deployment of TensorFlow, an open source machine learning library. This image is based on the Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver and features pre-installed CUDA lib, CUDA Toolkit, and cuDNN from NVIDIA, as well as Git and TensorFlow. It significantly reduces time needed to set up a running TensorFlow instance with GPU - from days to minutes - enabling developers and data scientists to use it right away. If you need any assistance with proof of concepts, deployment, or support through monthly subscription, contact us via engineering@altoros.com... Read more


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    Latest Version

    1.1


    Operating System

    Linux/Unix, Amazon Linux 2015.05.04


    Delivery Method

    64-bit Amazon Machine Image (AMI) (Read more)



    AWS Services Required

    Amazon EC2, Amazon EBS


    Highlights

    • Installed TensorBoard
    • Registration is not required for thirdparty software

    Product Description

    GPU-Enabled TensorFlow AMI is a one-click deployment of TensorFlow, an open source machine learning library. This image is based on the Amazon Linux AMI with NVIDIA GRID GPU Driver and features pre-installed CUDA lib, CUDA Toolkit, and cuDNN from NVIDIA, as well as Git and TensorFlow. It significantly reduces time needed to set up a running TensorFlow instance with GPU - from days to minutes - enabling developers and data scientists to use it right away. If you need any assistance with proof of concepts, deployment, or support through monthly subscription, contact us via engineering@altoros.com or at www.altoros.com/contact_us.html.

    Product Details

    • Version: 1.1
    • Available on AWS Marketplace Since: 01/15/2016

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    Usage Instructions

    To connect to the operating system, use SSH and the username ec2-user. To run TensorBoard use command "tensorboard --logdir /var/log". Access the application via a browser at http://<public_dns>:6006.

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    Recent Product Reviews

    06/21/2016

    GPU integration doesn't work as is

    As mentioned in other comments, TensorFlow doesn't actually use the GPU (with the provided version anyway)....

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    06/16/2016

    gpu really work?

    does not work! GPU support does not work in tensorflow! disappointed! I suppose it set up the gpu suuport...

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