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The dstack Sky service connects users with GPUs at competitive prices

The dstack team has introduced dstack Sky, a managed service enabling users' access to GPUs from a wide selection of providers at competitive rates and without the hassle of managing individual provider accounts.

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by Ellie Ramirez-Camara
The dstack Sky service connects users with GPUs at competitive prices
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The dstack Sky preview is available starting today, enabling users to navigate the variety of GPU providers to find the most competitive offerings. The dstack Sky service is built on top of dstack, a lightweight open-source tool for AI infrastructure management across cloud providers that is thought for AI tasks, unlike Kubernetes. The team behind dstack found that users often profit from dstack's features to access and spot GPUs across multiple clouds. However, this means those users are faced with creating and managing multiple accounts to keep track of each service's billing and quotas. Enter dstack Sky, a managed service that lets users find and access GPUs from several providers without needing to manage an account for each one.

The dstack Sky service includes every feature in dstack, including dev environments, tasks, services, and pools. dstack Sky also supports the same backends as the open-source version without the need for setup since it uses all supported backends by default. Finally, users can benefit from dstack Sky's preconfigured gateway to use the tool's services. More details can be found on dstack's official announcement.

dstack Sky is now live on Product Hunt, where everyone can follow the community's discussion, read about other users' experiences and reviews, and most importantly, show the dstack and dstack Sky plenty of support by commenting, upvoting, and sharing the product.

Additionally, DataPhoenix will hold a webinar in collaboration with dstack on March 12, 2024. The webinar is entitled Exploring Infrastructure Management for GenAI Beyond Kubernetes, where dstack CEO and Founder Andrey Cheptsov will be leading a discussion on the importance of open-source for infrastructure management, the drawbacks of the Kubernetes stack when working with AI and will be presenting dstack as a suitable alternative for open-source infrastructure management. The invitation is open to everyone interested; attendance is free but requires registration.

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