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Build a Triton Inference Server with MNIST Example: Part (1/4)
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Build a Triton Inference Server with MNIST Example: Part (1/4)

Last Updated on July 17, 2023 by Editorial Team

Author(s): Hao WEI

Originally published on Towards AI.

a step-by-step coding practice

In this series of blogs, we will walk through how to build a triton inference server, host it in AWS ECS, and accelerate the speed using tensorRT. We will use MNIST as an example, which everyone knows. The tech stack includes docker, tensorflow, keras, triton, AWS ECR & ECS, tensorRT, etc. The series is divided into 4 parts.

Part 1/4: we will build a very basic triton server, and use Python to send requests to it.Part 2/4: we will add a preprocess and a postprocess module to the triton server, in order to make the server more versatileA step-by-step coding practice

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