AWS re:Invent 2016: Massively Parallel, Compute Intensive Workloads in the Cloud (CMP317)

Accelerated computing is on the rise because of massively parallel, compute-intensive workloads such as deep learning, 3D content rendering, financial computing, and engineering simulations. In this session, we provide an overview of our accelerated computing instances, including how to choose instances based on your application needs, best practices and tips to optimize performance, and specific examples of accelerated computing in real-world applications.

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