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“It is better to know how to learn than to know.”
- Dr. Seuss

Sarit Pinhas

Senior Software Engineer
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English, Hebrew
Languages:
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Location:
Tel Aviv, Israel
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Can also give an online talk/webinar
Paid only. Contact speaker for pricing!

MY TALKS

Serving TensorFlow models with Kubernetes

Software Engineering, Data / AI / ML, Backend

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The rapid growth of using machine learning for modelling and prediction raises the need for monitored pipeline for serving ML models. In this walk, you will get a better understanding about best practices for building and architecting TensorFlow models' serving pipeline, and the various production aspects of building this pipeline including deploying the serving application on Kubernetes and monitoring performance, response time and health.
I will also demonstrate the advantages of using this architecture - easily managing the models' versions and improved work between engineering and research teams.

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DynamoDB - Everything You Need To Know About Single Table Design

Software Engineering, Backend

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DynamoDB is an extremely popular managed database solution from AWS. DynamoDB provides great advantages such as consistent performance at any scale, but those advantages come with a certain cost. There is no native support in joining two tables during queries. In this talk we will explore single table design, a design pattern which allows you to enjoy both worlds - scalability and great query capabilities for data stored in DynamoDB.

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