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deployment manager without needing to download python or openvino

Duggy
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Hi,

 

Question:

When the deployment manager is used to package the application and openvino requirements is there any need to download any other tool/software to the deployment machine?

 

That is do we need to download Openvino from website or Python separately for the machine or is the package created all encompassing?

 

Thanks

 

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Wan_Intel
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Hi Duggy,

Thanks for reaching out to us.

 

You do not need to download the Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit for the deployment machine as the Deployment Manager creates a deployment package that includes associated dependencies into a runtime package for your target devices.

 

After you unzip the runtime package, the package will unpack to the destination directory and the following subdirectories are created:

 

·      bin : Snapshot of the bin directory from the OpenVINO installation directory.

 

·      deployment_tools/inference_engine : Contains the Inference Engine binary files.

 

·      install_dependencies: Copy of the install_dependencies directory from the OpenVINO installation directory. * <user_data>`: The directory with the user data (IRs, datasets, etc.) you specified while configuring the package.

 

To run inference on different Target Systems, please refer to Deploy Package on Target Systems.

 

On another note, Python is usually found pre-installed on macOS and Linux. However, Python does not come pre-installed with Windows.

Hence, you must install Python for Windows.

 

 

Regards,

Wan

 

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Wan_Intel
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Hi Duggy,

 

This thread will no longer be monitored since we have provided explanations. 

If you need any additional information from Intel, please submit a new question.

 

 

Regards,

Wan

 

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