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Nvidia Reveals AI Development Software Hub and Teases Arm CPU Certifications

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Nvidia has unveiled Base Command, its cloud-based development hub for large-scale, multi-team AI projects.


The platform enables easier sharing of resources through a graphical user interface and command line APIs, as well as integrated monitoring and reporting dashboards, the company said.


Base Command will be jointly offered with NetApp as a premium monthly subscription, which includes access to Nvidia’s DGX SuperPOD AI supercomputers and NetApp data management.


Google Cloud is expected to add Base Command to its marketplace later this year. A version to run on-premises is also available.


“[Base Command] 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,” Manuvir Das, head of enterprise computing at Nvidia, said.


The Base Command platform with NetApp is now available for early access customers, with monthly subscription pricing starting at $90,000.


Arm Certifications and BlueField-2 DPU Conflations


Nvidia also announced that “dozens” of new servers have been certified to run its AI Enterprise software, developed in partnership with VMware. Systems from more than 50 manufacturers have now obtained the badge, including those from Asus, Dell Technologies, Gigabyte, and Lenovo.


“The open, growing ecosystem of Nvidia-Certified Systems provides unprecedented customer choice in servers validated by Nvidia to power world-class AI,” Das said.


To become certified, systems undergo testing and must adhere to the company’s design best practices for performance, security, and scalability.


Soon, servers from several manufacturers will launch a new category of Nvidia-certified systems that feature BlueField-2 DPUs – basically SmartNICs built with Mellanox tech – to enhance networking, storage, and security performance. [For a technical breakdown of BlueField-2, see this AnandTech story].


“By offloading tasks from the CPU, a single BlueField-2 DPU can provide the same data center services that could require up to 125 CPU cores, freeing up server CPU cycles to run a broad range of business-critical applications,” Nvidia said.


BlueField-2 DPUs are broadly supported by infrastructure software firms including RedHat and VMware. To assist developers in building DPU-powered applications, Red Hat is offering them free subscriptions for Red Hat Enterprise Linux.


Nvidia said its certification efforts will expand to Arm CPU servers in 2022, and that both Gigabyte and Wiwynn intend to offer new servers featuring Arm Neoverse-based CPUs in combination with Nvidia Ampere architecture GPUs, BlueField-2 DPUs, or both.

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