Intel Developer Cloud cloud service is officially available to all developers
During this year’s Intel Innovation Day, Intel announced that the Intel Developer Cloud service, which was previously available in a test format, will now be officially accessible to all developers. Through this cloud-based virtualization service, developers can utilize Intel’s CPUs, GPUs, and AI acceleration components to test, and deploy various artificial intelligence applications, or craft computational solutions.
Intel elaborated that developers can harness the computational power of Intel’s latest processors through the Intel Developer Cloud. This includes the soon-to-be-released Emerald Rapids, the 5th generation Intel Xeon Scalable processors, as well as Intel’s data-center-grade GPU Max series 1100 and 1550. Additionally, the service encompasses the Intel Gaudi 2 processor tailored for deep learning.
By integrating software tools like oneAPI and OpenVINO, developers can exploit Intel’s hardware resources and open-source software technologies to assess various artificial intelligence applications or create solutions for diverse domains. This allows for real-world deployment after testing, thereby expediting the overall development efficiency of applications.
Developers can also leverage the Intel Developer Cloud to construct, test, and optimize artificial intelligence computations, or high-performance computing projects. This includes conducting diverse scales of AI training, optimizing models, executing various inferencing workloads, or deploying high-performance and efficient computational services.
Moreover, the Intel Developer Cloud is built upon an open software foundation. Through an open, multi-architecture, multi-vendor programmable model, along with a plethora of hardware specification options, developers are freed from the constraints of proprietary programmable models. This grants them advantages in accelerated computing, code reusability, and portability.