The Artima Developer Community
Sponsored Link

.NET Buzz Forum
TensorFlow on Azure

0 replies on 1 page.

Welcome Guest
  Sign In

Go back to the topic listing  Back to Topic List Click to reply to this topic  Reply to this Topic Click to search messages in this forum  Search Forum Click for a threaded view of the topic  Threaded View   
Previous Topic   Next Topic
Flat View: This topic has 0 replies on 1 page
Lutz Roeder

Posts: 146
Nickname: lutzroeder
Registered: Jul, 2003

Lutz Roeder
TensorFlow on Azure Posted: Sep 27, 2017 11:43 AM
Reply to this message Reply

This post originated from an RSS feed registered with .NET Buzz by Lutz Roeder.
Original Post: TensorFlow on Azure
Feed Title: Lutz Roeder's Weblog
Feed URL: https://feeds.feedburner.com/lutzroeder
Feed Description: ...
Latest .NET Buzz Posts
Latest .NET Buzz Posts by Lutz Roeder
Latest Posts From Lutz Roeder's Weblog

Advertisement

Training neural networks (deep learning) is very compute-intensive. Fast GPUs can make those sessions, which sometimes take hours, days or weeks go orders of magnitude faster. However, laptops usually don't come with the fastest GPUs and having to maintain a desktop machine only to occasionally run deep learning tasks is extra hassle.

Cloud providers now offer virtual machines (VMs) with GPUs which run in data centers and can be used by anybody on an hourly basis. Below is a quick tutorial that walks through setting up a VM in Microsoft Azure with the necessary drivers to train neural networks using TensorFlow.

First, if you haven't done so already, create an Azure account, install the Azure 2.0 command line interface (CLI)...

Read: TensorFlow on Azure

Topic: Deploy Code & Resource to Microsoft Azure Previous Topic   Next Topic Topic: Why I'm Not Leaving .NET


Sponsored Links



Google
  Web Artima.com   

Copyright © 1996-2017 Artima, Inc. All Rights Reserved. - Privacy Policy - Terms of Use - Advertise with Us