The future of Fintech infrastructure is hybrid multi-cloud. Using private and public cloud infrastructure at the same time allows financial institutions to optimise their CapEx and OpEx costs.
Looking for OpenStack CentOS alternatives after recent changes in the CentOS project? Think Ubuntu – the most popular Linux distribution for OpenStack deployments, after CentOS, across development and production environments. Wondering what makes Ubuntu different? Here are seven reasons you should consider Ubuntu when planning your CentOS migration.
Ubuntu Server 21.04 (Hirsute Hippo) brings significant improvements to automation and stability fronts with new extensions to the Ubuntu Server Live Installer and phased updates in the Advanced Package Tool (APT).
The financial services (FS) industry is going through a period of change and disruption. Technology innovation has provided the means for financial institutions to reimagine the way in which they operate and interact with their customers, employees and the wider ecosystem. One significant area of development is the utilisation of artificial intelligence (AI) and machine learning (ML) which has the potential to positively transform the FS sector.
TL;DR: KFServing is a novel cloud-native multi-framework model serving tool for serverless inference. KFServing was born as part of the Kubeflow project, a joint effort between AI/ML industry leaders to standardize machine learning operations on top of Kubernetes. It aims at solving the difficulties of model deployment to production through the “model as data” approach, i.e. providing an API for inference requests.
22 April 2021: Today, Canonical released Ubuntu 21.04 with native Microsoft Active Directory integration, Wayland graphics by default, and a Flutter application development SDK. Separately, Canonical and Microsoft announced performance optimization and joint support for Microsoft SQL Server on Ubuntu.