Last week we hosted our third “Data Science, Machine Learning and Kubeflow” Meetup. Special thanks to our speaker Noelle Silver. In this blog post we’ll recap some highlights from the Meetup and preview what’s next. Ok, let’s dig in.
Join a Meetup near you
Missed last week’s Meetup? No need to suffer from FOMO. Here’s a list of the Meetups that are part of the “Data Science, Machine Learning and Kubeflow” Meetup network. Please join the one that is the most time friendly to your location.
Get involved in the Kubeflow community
- Are you interested in speaking at a future Meetup?
- Is your company interested in sponsoring a Meetup?
- Would you like to be a co-organizer of a local Meetup?
If you answered yes to any of the above, send one of the organizers/hosts a message on Meetup.com or jump onto Kubeflow Community Slack and DM @Jimmy Guerrero
Thanks for voting for your favorite charity!
With the unprecedented circumstances facing our global community, Arrikto is looking for even more ways to contribute. With this in mind, we thought that in lieu of swag we could give Meetup attendees the opportunity to vote for their favorite charity and help guide our monthly donation to charitable causes. The charity that won this month’s Meetup voting was Doctors Without Borders, an international humanitarian group dedicated to providing medical care to people in distress, including victims of political violence and natural disasters. We are pleased to be making a donation of $250 to them on behalf of the Kubeflow community. Again, thanks to all of you who attended and voted!
AI/ML on OpenShift: Operationalizing Models the Red Hat Way
Data Scientists know the challenges of scale, reproducibility, dealing with on-premise and cloud data silos, plus inconsistent deployments across environments. In this talk, Noelle Silver, AI/ML Specialist at Red Hat, shows us how open source has played a key role in solving these issues for agile software development, especially with DevSecOps. So, how we can now start applying these learnings to principled “Machine Learning Model Operationalization Management” practices at scale? If you are interested in learning exactly what “MLOps” entails and how to scale, a data pipeline built on OpenShift Cloud Services to reduce compute latency, and facilitate CI/CD for time-sensitive imaging and diagnostics…this is the talk for you!
Introduction to Kubeflow: Workflows, Central Dashboard, Add-ons
In this impromptu talk, Jimmy Guerrero (VP Developer Relations at Arrikto) does a quick walk through of the Kubeflow central dashboard along with several add-ons including Kale and Rok.
Upcoming November and December Meetups
We are excited to announce that we have our speakers locked in for the next two upcoming Meetups. Here’s a quick preview.
December 2, 2021
- Istio Service Mesh 101 – Peter Jausovec (Tetrate.io)
- Orchestrating Apache Spark with Kubeflow on Kubernetes – Sadik Bakiu (Data Max)
January 6, 2022
- Machine Learning Enabled by Network Graphs: The Power of Connecting Your Data – Dr. Clair Sullivan (Neo4j)
- Introducing “Kubeflow Academy” Training and Certification – Alex Aidun (Arrikto)
If you are new to Kubeflow – install MiniKF
MiniKF is the easiest way to get started with Kubeflow on the platform of your choice (AWS, GCP or locally).
Here’s the links:
Get started with Kubeflow – hands-on tutorials
Installed but don’t know where to start? Get started with these hands-on, practical Kubeflow tutorials.
- Tutorial 1: An End-to-End ML Workflow: From Notebook to Kubeflow Pipelines with MiniKF & Kale
- Tutorial 2: Build An End-to-End ML Workflow: From Notebook to HP Tuning to Kubeflow Pipelines with Kale
- Tutorial 3: Build an ML pipeline with hyperparameter tuning and serve the model starting from a notebook
- Tutorial 4: Build an AutoML workflow starting from a notebook
FREE Kubeflow courses and certifications
We are excited to announce the first of several free instructor-led and on-demand Kubeflow courses! The “Introduction to Kubeflow” series of courses will start with the fundamentals, then go on to deeper dives of various Kubeflow components. Each course will be delivered over Zoom with the opportunity to earn a certificate upon successful completion of an exam. To learn more, sign up for the first course.
We hope to see you at a future Meetups!