MosaicML Cloud Demo
Using MosaicML Cloud
In this video, we show you our mcli command-line tool for interfacing with our cloud, and demo training a ResNet-50 model in a few phases:
- We run training on a single GPU.
- We scale up training to multiple GPUs within a single node.
- We use GPUs across multiple nodes - and show how we eliminate all of the complexity for our customers to make it simple and magical.
- Lastly, we show the power of our algorithmic optimizations, and how they are applied through MosaicML Cloud.
Training Orchestration Made Easy
When you submit a job to MosaicML Cloud, there is a lot going on under the hood:
- Pulling the container image in which training takes place, where all of the drivers and libraries are installed and pre-configured
- Setting up configured integrations, such as GitHub for cloning the exact version of the training code you want to run, and WandB/Comet/Tensorboard for experiment tracking
- Orchestrating the jobs: configuring parallelism and inter-node communication
- Streaming your data directly from remote datastores with no impact on training performance, and no persistent local storage
All of this is done with cloud-native technologies that keep you in control of your data, deployable on any cloud provider, on your premises, or on MosaicML’s own capacity.
Now that you’ve seen how easy it is, contact us to try it out yourself!
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