Microsoft is combining Nvidia’s AI Enterprise software with its Azure Machine Learning service to help enterprise developers build, deploy, and manage applications based on a wide variety of languages, it said Tuesday.
Developers and entrepreneurs will have access to more than 100, well-trained professionals Major languagesand development tools as part of AI Enterprise Suite mixed with Microsoft’s Azure Machine Learning service, the companies said in a joint statement. Currently, the integration is only available via an invite-only preview in Nvidia’s public registry.
Nvidia’s AI Enterprise Suite helps accelerate the data science pipeline and streamline the development and deployment of artificial AI including predictive AI, computer vision, and speech AI, the chip maker said.
The platform comes with tools such as Nvidia RAPIDS to accelerate data science workflows, Nvidia Metropolis to accelerate Vision AI development, Nvidia Triton Inference Server for modeling, and NeMo Guardrails software that helps developers increase the safety and security of AI chatbots, it added. Users will also have access to Nvidia experts and support services.
As part of the partnership between the two companies, Microsoft will make Nvidia’s AI Enterprise software available on its Azure Marketplace.
The two companies are working on integrating their software into other areas as well. Nvidia Omniverse Cloud platform-as-a-service (PaaS) is now available on Microsoft Azure as a private offering for businesses. Omniverse Cloud provides developers and enterprises with a cloud-based solution for design, production, deployment and management of industries. metaverse programs at scale, companies said.
In the past few months, Nvidia has been collaborating with several technology companies such as OracleGoogle Cloud, ServiceNow and Dell to provide artificial intelligence services and artificial intelligence software. And in March, the chip maker said it would DGX imagesthe power of ChatGPT, available in the cloud.
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