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Saturday, January 29 • 4:30pm - 5:30pm
Cloud Native AI using Openshift

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Ever thought of doing a cloud-native AI work? What does that even mean? This workshop will introduce you to running AI related services like Spark, Seldon or JupyterLab, Kubeflow Pipelines with Argo or Tekton on Kubernetes as part of Open Data Hub, how an open environment like Operate First can boost the development for all personas involved (e.g. data engineer, data scientists, developers) and how you can automate your tutorials using Project Meteor. You will learn how to move your AI workloads to the cluster and implement a basic data science workflow. We will show you how to use Jupyterlab and its extensions, interact with Kubeflow Pipelines and deploy an inference application adopting some of the best practices that we’ve developed over time.

This workshop will introduce participants to many of the open source projects available for AI services. In particular, how the Open Data Hub project running on Kubernetes brings benefits to the different personas (e.g. data engineer, data scientists, developers) involved in the development of an AI application.

Session chairs: Tanya Tereshchenko and Dorinda Bassey 

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Tom Coufal

Senior Software Engineer, Red Hat
Tom is a senior software engineer working on analytics and big data processing for Ansible and Red Hat Cloud Services. He started in Red Hat 5 years ago and during the years he had the opportunity to experience many different fields in software engineering. From QE to DEV, from backend... Read More →
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Francesco Murdaca

Senior Data Scientist/Senior Software Engineer, Thoth Team, AICoE, Red Hat
Francesco has passion for AI, Software and Space, all developed Open Source. He previously worked at the European Space Agency (ESA) on his PhD topic mixing AI and the space field. He recently joined AICoE at Red Hat and he is part of the Thoth team.
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Vasek Pavlin

Architect, AI Services, Red Hat Czech
Václav is part of AI Services team where he develops the Open Data Hub project.

Saturday January 29, 2022 4:30pm - 5:30pm CET
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