Tag: Domino Product

Domino 3.0: New Features and User Experiences to Help the World Run on Models

This blog post introduces new Domino 3.0 features. Akansh Murthy is a Technical Product Manager at Domino and previously worked as a software engineer at Domino...

Benchmarking NVIDIA CUDA 9 and Amazon EC2 P3 Instances Using Fashion MNIST

In this post, Josh Poduska, Chief Data Scientist at Domino Data Lab, writes about benchmarking NVIDIA CUDA 9 and Amazon EC2 P3 Instances Using Fashion MNIST....

Domino Honored to Be Named Visionary in Gartner Magic Quadrant

The team at Domino is proud to be named a Visionary for the second year in a row in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Data Science and...

Building a Domino Web App with Dash

Randi R. Ludwig, Data Scientist at Dell EMC and an organizer of Women in Data Science ATX, covers how to build a Domino web app with...

Answering Questions About Model Delivery on AWS at Strata

This post is a recap of the common questions Domino answered in the booth at Strata New York. We answered questions about access to EC2 machines,...

Git Integration in Domino

We recently released new functionality that provides first-class integration between Domino and git. This post describes the new feature, and describes our perspective on the unique...

Data Science on AWS: Benefits and Common Pitfalls

More than two years ago, we wrote about the misguided fear of the cloud among many enterprise companies. How quickly things change! Today, every enterprise we...

Achieving Reproducibility with Conda and Domino Environments

Managing “environments” (i.e., the set of packages, configuration, etc.) is a critical capability of any Data Science Platform. Not only does environment setup waste time on-boarding...

Python 3.6 with Domino in Minutes

For Pythonistas like me, the holidays started a little early with today's release of Python 3.6. In case you haven't heard, Python 3.6 has a number...

Gain Shell Access To Your Domino Instances

Domino offers a managed, scalable compute environment that provides push-button convenience to data scientists, whether they're interested in exploring data in a Python notebook, or training...

High-performance Computing with Amazon’s X1 Instance – Part II

When you have at your disposal 128 cores and 2TB of RAM, it’s hard not to experiment and attempt to find ways to leverage the amount...

High-performance Computing with Amazon’s X1 Instance

We’re excited to announce support for Amazon’s X1 instances. Now in Domino, you can do data science on machines with 128 cores and 2TB of RAM...

Reproducible Research in Computational Sciences

This guest post was written by Arnu Pretorius, a Masters student in Mathematical Statistics at the MIH Media Lab, Stellenbosch University. Arnu's research interests include machine...