Intel and Canonical to secure containers software supply chain

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Intel and Canonical collaborate to build and publish OpenVINO™ container images based on the Ubuntu ecosystem. This work aims to provide trusted, secure, and developer-friendly container images for AI/ML applications in many industries.

The provenance challenge facing cloud software

Today, cloud-native developers benefit from an abundance of resources to compose their applications. With container images, packaging all these resources in a standard, easy-to-reuse format is now easier than ever. Unfortunately, container images also make it easier to package unneeded, vulnerable software or even malicious resources.

Knowing which resources to use and what is a safe base layer when starting a cloud-native project is challenging. Extreme caution should go into picking these dependencies deliberately. Organisations need to provide their developers with “sane defaults”, trusted sources to underpin and support applications.

To help developers solve this issue, Intel and Canonical worked together to provide a set of secure and stable container images for the OpenVINO and OneAPI ecosystem, based on the Ubuntu base image and software. This effort supports developers in packaging Machine Learning (ML) and Artificial Intelligence (AI) models to deploy from the cloud to the edge.

oneAPI

The oneAPI specification provides an open, industry standard, cross-architecture software stack for CPU and accelerator architectures (GPUs, FPGAs, and others).

The oneAPI programming model simplifies software development and delivers uncompromised performance for accelerated compute without proprietary lock-in, while enabling the integration of legacy code. This enables a common cross-architecture developer experience for faster application performance, increased developer productivity, and greater innovation.

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