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Simplify Generative AI Model Development on Kubernetes with Datashim

  • 1.  Simplify Generative AI Model Development on Kubernetes with Datashim

    Posted Mon April 08, 2024 11:33 AM

    Generative AI model development, including tasks such as training, fine-tuning, and inferencing, is often performed in cloud environments thanks to the ease of access to compute resources like GPUs. Here, the model weights - which can be very large in size - are usually stored using S3-compatible object storage services.

    To access data in S3, the development team needs to be aware of configuration details, including the endpoint address, bucket name, and credentials. This can create a security risk as more people will have access to sensitive information. Additionally, this can impact collaboration if changes to the configuration are necessary. Changes must in fact be propagated to all team members to avoid disruptions, such as developers using the wrong bucket. This issue becomes more significant as the number of buckets used by the team increases.

    Read our blog to learn how our open source tool, Datashim, can help you address some of these challenges and remove obstacles to collaboration: https://medium.com/ibm-data-ai/simplify-generative-ai-model-development-on-kubernetes-with-datashim-cd2999682807


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    Alessandro Pomponio
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  • 2.  RE: Simplify Generative AI Model Development on Kubernetes with Datashim

    Community Leadership
    Posted 2 days ago

    Learn how our IBM open source tool, Datashim, can help you address some of the security challenges associated with model development in a Cloud environment. 



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    Nick Plowden
    AI Community Engagement
    IBM
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