Kubeflow Workshop on EKS
This repo is a Kubeflow Workshop on EKS and it will covers most of the cutting edge components in Kubeflow. The Lab is designed for native AWS and it will leverage a few AWS services like ECR, S3, EFS, FSX for Lustre, Cognito, Certificate Manager, etc.
- Install kubectl
- Install and configure the AWS Command Line Interface (AWS CLI):
- Install aws-iam-authenticator.
- Install eksctl (version 0.1.31 or newer)
- Model Development in Jupyter Notebook
- Distributed Training
- Tensorflow Extended
- Kubeflow Pipeline
- Experiment Tracking
- HyperParameter Tuning
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