List of files
||Command aliases that make AWS server management easier.|
||Installs required software on an Azure Ubuntu server. Instructions available on the wiki.|
||Installs required software on an Ubuntu machine. Instructions available on the wiki.|
||Sets up an AWS environment for use in the course including a server that has the required software installed. This script is used by
||Configure environment variables for use in
- Decide if you will use a GPU server or a standard server. GPU servers process deep learning jobs faster than general purpose servers, but they cost more per hour. Compare server pricing at https://aws.amazon.com/ec2/pricing/on-demand/.
setup_p2.shif you decided on the GPU server or
setup_t2.shfor the general purpose server. Also download
- Run the command
bash setup_t2.sh, depending on the file you downloaded. Run the command locally from the folder where the files were downloaded. Running
bash setup_p2.shsets up a p2.xlarge GPU server.
bash setup_p2.shsets up a t2.xlarge general purpose server.
- The script will set up the server you selected along with other pieces of AWS infrastructure. When it finishes, it will print out the command for connecting to the new server. The server is preloaded with the software required for the course.
- Learn how to use the provided AWS aliases on the wiki.
Once you have an Azure GPU server set up, download and run the
install-gpu-azure.sh script on that server. More instructions available on the wiki.
Download and run the
install-gpu.sh script to install required software on an Ubuntu machine. More instructions available on the wiki.