September 19-21, 2023
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Thursday, September 21 • 12:50 - 13:30
Greening the AI Cloud: Validating Power Models for Kubernetes Containers - Marcelo Amaral, IBM Research Tokyo

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Were you aware that Machine Learning (ML) is responsible for up to 40% of data center energy consumption? ML model training and inference are computationally intensive, with the potential for exponential growth in the coming years. As a result, understanding ML power consumption is critical, especially given the increasing demand for government and industry efforts to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and increasing popularity of Foundation Model systems. The observability of ML power consumption is a crucial area for optimizing power provisioning, capping, and tuning in data centers. In this presentation, we will introduce the Kepler framework, which offers a way to estimate power consumption at the process, container, Kubernetes pod, and job levels. The Kepler framework can be composed of a set of power models that can be utilized in various scenarios, such as different architectures and available metrics. We will provide and demo a focused view on creating a power model for your environment, and we will detail how to validate the accuracy of the power model.

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Marcelo Amaral

Doctor, IBM
Marcelo, specialized in cloud, systems, and infrastructure optimization, is currently working at IBM's Tokyo research lab. He has a strong background in leveraging Kubernetes for various purposes. Currently, Marcelo is collaborating with Red Hat to enhance the Kepler power model and... Read More →

Thursday September 21, 2023 12:50 - 13:30 CEST
Room 5HTERRAZA (Floor 5)
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