NVIDIA kicked off its Computex activities by unveiling the NVIDIA Base Command Platform that lets enterprises move their AI projects swiftly from prototypes to production.
The platform is designed for large-scale, multi-user and multi-team AI development workflows hosted on premises or in the cloud. Researchers and data scientists may operate on accelerated computing resources at the same time, allowing enterprises to get the most out of their professional developers and valuable AI infrastructure.
Base Command Platform provides a single pane of glass view across AI development. It facilitates easy sharing of resources through a graphical user interface and command line APIs, as well as integrated monitoring and reporting dashboards.
“Deployed as a cloud-hosted solution with NVIDIA-accelerated computing, NVIDIA Base Command Platform reduces the complexity of managing AI workflows, so that data scientists and researchers can spend more time developing their AI projects and less time managing their machines,” said Manuvir Das, Head of Enterprise Computing at NVIDIA (above).
Available at a premium monthly subscription starting from US$90,000 jointly offered by NVIDIA and NetApp, the Base Command Platform with NetApp solution includes access to NVIDIA DGX SuperPOD AI supercomputers and NetApp data management.
Google Cloud plans to add support for Base Command Platform in its marketplace to deliver a true hybrid AI experience for customers later this year.