Image-generating AI models are currently taking the internet by storm, with some of the most popular and well-known of these being part of the DALL·E series of models created by OpenAI. The most advanced of these, DALL·E 2, can generate extremely realistic (or surrealistic) images from simple prompts written in natural language – including, for example, art in the style of many famous artists.
In this webinar, we will discuss Fuzzball updates and demonstrate what’s new.
Demos will include:
OpenFOAM Demo – Running CFD simulation with a motor bike model
Workflow takes motor bike geometry and creates a mesh using OpenFOAM’s snappyHexMesh mesher
Simulation is run with OpenFOAM solver simpleFoam
We are so excited to announce our Series A funding round closed at $26 million! Tune in and find out what’s next for CIQ. View the entire press release here: Software Infrastructure Leader CIQ Closes $26 Million Series A Led by Two Bear Capital
Using Ansible To Install Kubernetes On Rocky Linux
Installing Kubernetes on Rocky Linux
Log management using Graylog on Rocky Linux
How to set up SNORT to report to Graylog
Golden images/image customization
Google Cloud and CIQ partner to provide a first-class Linux experience and robust solutions for customers. CIQ is grateful for Google Cloud sponsoring the Rocky Enterprise Software Foundation and taking a lead in helping Rocky Linux users everywhere. We look forward to a long term partnership that will benefit the entire community.