Next-generation Automotive enterprises are fully data-driven. They are focused on unlocking and activating the intrinsic value of the data in their development cycle using the combined practices of continuous integration (CI) and continuous delivery (CD). In this process the data can be created and accessed at the core or on the edge. Modern data loggers like MDLake from b-plus capture huge amounts of scenes and scenario data with smart recording technology under the control of a cloud-based AV fleet management solution. MDLake facilitates the collection of unstructured data sets across the distributed enterprise with full data integrity while offering fast, secure access to large-scale data sets. Based on Nvidia RDMA technology RoCE v2 together with NVMe over Fabrics (NVMe-oF), MDLake allows a data throughput of 80 Gbit/s via single-link or up to 128 Gbit/s for dual-link configurations by offloading the processing unit in the data recorder. IBM has worked with b-plus and NVIDIA to create a scalable data lake solution for highspeed unloading of this data to IBM Spectrum Scale based storage solutions. This is a scalable, software-defined storage infrastructure powered by IBM Spectrum Scale in combination with NVIDIA DGX systems.
Session: DATA SCIENCE | | 08:30 - 09:00