Authors: Devang Aggarwal, N Maajid Khan
Docker containers can help you deploy deep learning models easily on different devices. With the OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime docker container, you can run deep learning models easily on different Intel® hardware that Intel® Distribution of OpenVINO™ Toolkit supports with the added benefit of not having to install any dependencies. Just in case you haven’t heard about OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime before, the OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime enables ONNX models for running inference using ONNX Runtime API’s while using OpenVINO™ toolkit as a backend.
Now that you know about OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX RT, you must be wondering how you can get your hands on it and try it out. In our previous blog, you learned about OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime in depth and tested out some of the object detection samples that we created. Over time, Docker Containers have become essential for AI development and we, at Intel, are aware of that. In the past, many of you have gotten access to OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime docker image through Microsoft’s Container Registry. Now, things are going to be a little different. We are happy to announce that the OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime Docker Image is now LIVE on Docker Hub.
You will still get full access to OpenVINO Execution Provider but going forward keep an eye on Docker Hub as newer versions of the Docker Image will be released there with latest and even better features. With just a simple docker pull, you will be able to accelerate inferencing of ONNX models and get that extra performance boost you’re looking for. To learn more about the latest features that OpenVINO Execution Provider has, you can check out the release notes here. If you want to learn more about how the docker container works and how to use it, please keep reading ahead.
How to Install
Ubuntu/Cent-OS Linux Machine
Step 1: Downloading the docker image on the host machine
docker pull openvino/onnxruntime_ep_ubuntu18
Step 2: Running the container.
docker run -it --rm --device-cgroup-rule='c 189:* rmw' -v /dev/bus/usb:/dev/bus/usb openvino/onnxruntime_ep_ubuntu18:latest
Other ways to install OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime
There are also other ways to install the OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime. One such way is to build from source. By building from source, you will also get access to C++, C# and Python API’s. Another way to install OpenVINO Execution Provider for ONNX Runtime is to install the Python wheel package via pip.
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