deeplearning-cfn - Distributed Deep Learning on AWS Using CloudFormation (CFN), MXNet and TensorFlow

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AWS CloudFormation, which creates and configures Amazon Web Services resources with a template, simplifies the process of setting up a distributed deep learning cluster. The AWS CloudFormation Deep Learning template uses the Amazon Deep Learning AMI (which provides MXNet, TensorFlow, Caffe, Theano, Torch, and CNTK frameworks) to launch a cluster of EC2 instances and other AWS resources needed to perform distributed deep learning. With this template, we continue with our mission to make distributed deep learning easy. AWS CloudFormation creates all resources in the customer account.We've updated the AWS CloudFormation Deep Learning template to add some exciting new features and capabilities.

https://github.com/awslabs/deeplearning-cfn

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