The steady progress of GPU technology is delivering groundbreaking AI/ML/DL results for Supercomputing, Enterprise HPC, Federal Agencies, Manufacturing, Media and Entertainment and many other market segments. Now implementations are expanding in size and scope revealing opportunities to virtualize GPU environments for optimal efficiency and maximum return on investment.
Certified by VMware for NVMe-oF and validated by NVIDIA, customers can leverage Pavilion’s HyperParallel Data Platform in virtual GPU environments to achieve greater productivity for global workforces and speed AI training and inference in the data center and at the edge while performing comprehensive data analytics and machine learning with unmatched in performance, density, scalability, and flexibility for on-prem and hybrid cloud storage.
Using NVIDIA AI Enterprise software running on VMware vSphere 7, Update 2, customer workloads access NVIDIA's CUDA applications, AI frameworks, pre-trained models, and software development kits. With Pavilion, they share resources and improve GPU utilization while managing the entire environment under Tanzu and ESXi using the latest A100 Tensor Core GPUs.
On May 27 at 11AM PT, Pavilion and VMware will host a webinar highlighting the customer benefits of vSphere 7 for NVMe-oF and vSphere 7 Update 2 which enables unmatched performance, density, scalability and flexibility for high performance applications and GPUs with VMs and/or containers.
Attend this webinar to learn:
- How VMware vSphere 7 and Tanzu works with VMs and containers to share and aggregate GPUs so you can get the most out of your environment
- How the unrivaled performance of the Pavilion HyperParallel Data Platform uniquely enables organizations to run applications that previously required bare metal.
- Ways customers have been able to double the number of VMs in their existing compute infrastructure, while cutting costs and simplifying management
- Why all storage is not created equal and how you can cut through the hype to find the right solution for you with a tool for normalizing storage vendor performance
Whether you are enhancing a current AI/ML/DL pipeline with more storage capacity or require greater performance to keep valuable GPUs fully saturated and utilized to the maximum, this is a must-attend event.
The webinar, hosted by Pavilion, will feature:
Jason Masse - Technical Marketing Architect, Core Storage and vVols, VMware
Justin Murray - Technical Marketing Architect, VMware
Walter Hinton - Director of Product & Solutions Marketing, Pavilion Data
Please be sure to register here.