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Friday, September 25 • 14:30 - 15:15
Running GPU workloads on OpenShift

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Using general available packages (in the form of container images) from an official source or a certified provider comes with a big caveat in relation to performance-sensitive workloads.
These packages may provide ABI compatibility, but they are not optimized for our specialized hardware (like GPUs or high-performance NICs), nor our CPU chip architecture. The best way to address this is to compile your packages (build your images) on your own deployment.
OpenShift provides a way to seamlessly build images based on defined events called BUILDS. A build is the process of transforming input parameters into a resulting object. Most often, the process is used to transform input parameters or source code into a runnable image. A BuildConfig object is the definition of the entire build process.
The missing part to building hardware-specific images is to orchestrate the build process over the different available resources. In this presentation, attendees will learn about the Node Feature Disco

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avatar for Carlos Eduardo Arango Gutierrez

Carlos Eduardo Arango Gutierrez

Software engineer, Red Hat, Inc.
Carlos Eduardo Arango Gutierrez - Red Hat (carangog@redhat.com) Eduardo is a performance engineer at Red Hat, working on the OpenShift performance & latency sensitive applications. Eduardo is also a Computer Science PhD student at Universidad del Valle, Cali, Colombia, working on... Read More →


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