OVHcloud Web Statistics: A new statistics interface for your OVHcloud hosted website

OVHcloud Web Statistics: A new statistics interface for your OVHcloud hosted website

If you have ever managed or edited a website, you will likely have experience tracking page views and hit statistics. If this is the case, then this article is for you! Get ready to step into 2020 with a brand new interface! A bit of history There are multiple solutions on the market designed to help …

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A trusted digital ecosystem. It’s here now! And we’re in it together.

A trusted digital ecosystem.
It’s here now! And we’re in it together!

The dramatic scale of the COVID-19 crisis will, without a doubt, profoundly change our vision of the world. The urgency of the situation has radically changed our social behaviour, and the ways we work. Regional and international challenges have emerged. Let’s consider countries, companies — entire sectors, like the healthcare sector — which is so …

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How do we deploy cloud-ready images on bare metal servers

How do we deploy cloud-ready images on bare metal servers

Right now, OVHcloud is involved in both Cloud (OpenStack-based), and BareMetal. This is why we try to have the same approach when it comes to deploying OSes. In this article, we’ll explain how we do this using the example of a newly available distribution: RedHat© Entreprise Linux. What is a cloud-ready image? For those who …

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OVHcloud is now available on Cloud 66 Platform

OVHcloud is now available on Cloud 66 Platform

Building an ecosystem of partnerships, that share the same values as we do is a key strategic goal at OVHcloud. In line with that objective, we are glad to announce that we are now partnered with Cloud 66. This strengthens our value proposition in relation to our developers’ audience. Together with Cloud 66, we help …

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Interpretability Engine: An open-source tool to interpret your models in ML Serving

Context Artificial Intelligence is now a part of our daily life and the services it provides continue to flourish in multiple industries. At OVHCloud, we have recently launched ML Serving; a service to deploy Machine Learning models, ready to use in production. Its likely you’ve read some articles relating to Machine Learning (ML) techniques or …

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Distributed Learning in a Deep Learning context

Distributed Training in a Deep Learning Context

Previously on OVHcloud Blog … In previous blog posts we have discussed a high level approach to deep learning as well as what is meant by ‘training’ in relation to Deep Learning. Following the article, I had lots of questions entering my twitter inbox, especially regarding how GPUs actually works. I decided, therefore, to write …

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BigBlueButton

During the Covid-19 crisis, OVHcloud has been careful to maintain close contact with schools and universities and continue to support them. We have always taken action to share our insights and opportunities with students at job fairs, career meetings, technology showcases, and practical seminars. As part of this initiative, OVHcloud offer vouchers to schools and …

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What does training neural networks mean?

What does Training Neural Networks mean?

In a previous blog post we discussed general concepts surrounding Deep Learning. In this blog post, we will go deeper into the basic concepts of training a (deep) Neural Network. Where does “Neural” comes from ? As you should know, a biological neuron is composed of multiple dendrites, a nucleus and a axon (if only …

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A journey into the wondrous land of Machine Learning, or “Did I get ripped off?” (Part 1)

Two years ago, I bought an apartment. It took me a year to get a proper idea of the real estate market: make some visits, get disappointed a couple of times, and finally find the flat of my dreams (and that I perceived to be priced appropriately for the market). But how exactly did I …

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Pimp my Makefile

To avoid repeating yourself, it is good practice to put all tasks that you might run twice somewhere in your project. A Makefile is the perfect place and is also an executable documentation: instead of documenting the build process, you should write it in a build target. Make is almost everywhere – either installed, or …

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