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Tuesday, August 23 • 2:20pm - 3:00pm
Writing Machine Learning Pipelines Against Object Storage - Daniel Valdivia, MinIO [Presented in English]

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Machine Learning (ML) is being implemented at a rapid pace, resulting in a shift towards AI-first architectures that leverage object storage. ML frameworks such as Tensorflow and Kubeflow rely on the S3 API to interact with object storage in order to leverage massive scalability and high performance coupled with immutability and sophisticated object lifecycle features for managing data and models. Models and data can be tiered across Kubernetes-native object storage classes and replicated between datacenters, the edge and clouds. This session will provide an overview of object storage for ML, followed by a demo of deploying open source MinIO and Tensorflow on Kubernetes. The demo will show how to build a secure data pipeline and automate ML testing and operations.

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Daniel Valdivia

Engineer, MinIO
Daniel Valdivia is an engineer with MinIO where he focuses on Kubernetes, ML/AI and VMware. Prior to joining MinIO, Daniel was the Head of Machine Learning for Espressive. Daniel has held senior application development roles with ServiceNow, Oracle and Freescale. Daniel holds a Bachelor... Read More →

Tuesday August 23, 2022 2:20pm - 3:00pm EDT
  Open AI & Data Forum