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How MLOps Enables Enterprise AI


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Sponsored by RED HAT marketplace

Thursday, September 30, 2021
1 p.m. ET

Why is it that 80% of enterprises fail to scale AI? Data scientists face operational, collaborative and infrastructure complexities at each step of the ML life cycle. MLOps practices have the ability to solve many ML operational concerns such as project deployment, testing, serving and monitoring.

In this webinar, Vasilis Vagias, AI architect at cnvrg.io, will discuss how MLOps solutions empower data scientists to successfully operationalize ML by applying DevOps principles to the ML life cycle.

We’ll answer the following key questions:

  • What is MLOps, and what problems does it solve?
  • What are the key challenges of building successful ML outcomes?
  • What does a production ML workflow look like?
  • What are the architectural complexities and considerations for enterprise AI?
  • How does MLOps solve data science challenges?
  • How does MLOps help data scientists explore, train and deploy AI?
  • How MLOps accelerates research and rapid prototyping
  • How to get started with MLOps
Vasilis Vagias
AI Architect - cnvrg.io
AI Architect - cnvrg.io
AI Architect - cnvrg.io
AI Architect - cnvrg.io
John Palazza
VP of Global Sales - cnvrg.io
VP of Global Sales - cnvrg.io
VP of Global Sales - cnvrg.io
VP of Global Sales - cnvrg.io


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