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Elevate Your Enterprise Python and R AI, ML Software Strategy with Anaconda Team Edition


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Sponsored by RED HAT Marketplace

Wednesday, December 2, 2020
1 p.m. ET

Open-source machine learning can be transformative, but without the proper tools in place, enterprises struggle to balance the IT security and governance requirements with the need to deliver these powerful tools into the hands of their developers and modelers.

How can organizations get the latest technology from the open-source brain trust, while ensuring enterprise-grade management and security? In this webinar, we will discuss how Anaconda Team Edition, available on RedHat Marketplace, enables IT departments to mirror a curated set of packages into their organization in a safe and governed way.

Join Michael Grant, VP of services at Anaconda, to discuss:

  • How IT organizations are using Anaconda Team Edition to curate, govern and secure Python and R packages
  • Tips for how development and data science teams can get the most out of Team Edition, from uploading your own packages to building custom channels for groups or projects
  • How to distribute conda environments to desktops, servers and clusters:
    • GUI-based installers for desktop users
    • “Conda packs” for automated delivery to remote servers and distributed computing clusters
    • Conda-enabled Docker containers for application deployment
Michael Grant
VP of Services - Anaconda

Michael is a computational mathematician specializing in optimization, signal processing, and simulation, and a contributor in classroom, research, and commercial settings. He and his team of Anaconda experts assists clients in deploying Anaconda’s offerings in the enterprise. As a recognized subject matter expert in convex optimization, Michael’s open source modeling tools for optimization have twice been recognized with awards from the International Society for Mathematical Programming.

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