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Scaling Enterprise Machine Learning with Seldon

Join this webinar to understand the challenges of scaling machine learning across an enterprise and the solutions provided through MLOps.

In this presentation, we will:
- Present an overview of the platform’s functionality
- Demonstrate the powerful features of the Seldon MLOps solution
- Explain how to overcome common hurdles from compliance obligations to model governance

Additionally, we will share insights to some of our key client successes:
- A global manufacturer has realized 85% efficiency savings
- Capital One has established a fully functional MaaS program

About the speakers:
Alejandro Saucedo leads large scale projects implementing open source and enterprise infrastructure for Machine Learning Orchestration and Explainability. As the Chief Scientist at the Institute for Ethical AI & Machine Learning, he leads the development of industry standards on machine learning bias, adversarial attacks and differential privacy. With over 10 years of software development experience, Alejandro has held technical leadership positions across hyper-growth scale-ups and has delivered multinational projects with top tier investment banks, magic circle law-firms and global insurance companies.

Lee Baker helps people predict and shape their future using machine intelligence. He is responsible for global partnerships, client development and go-to-market strategy. Passionate about the confluence of business and technology, Lee enables enterprise customers, like Barclays, realize success through the industrialization of their machine learning models.

This webinar is co-hosted in partnership with Seldon and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and Seldon are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above.

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Seldon privacy policy: https://www.seldon.io/terms-and-policies/gdpr-privacy-policy/
Recorded Jun 17 2020 26 mins
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  • Turbocharge Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform Nov 17 2020 7:00 pm UTC 31 mins
    Erez Cohen, Vice President of CloudX & AI Programs, NVIDIA
    Cloud-native applications based on Kubernetes, containers and microservices are rapidly growing in popularity. These modern workloads are distributed, data intensive, and latency sensitive by design. This creates the need for fast and super-efficient networking to deliver a predictable performance and a consistent user experience.

    Join this session to learn how NVIDIA Mellanox networking solutions complement the Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform with hardware-accelerated, software-defined cloud-native networking. This solution boosts the performance and efficiency of your modern cloud infrastructure, and builds a solid foundation to deploy applications, now and into the future.

    Erez Cohen is Vice President of CloudX & AI Programs, including strategy, architecture, and implementation. The CloudX program spans across multiple cloud solutions including OpenStack, Kubernetes, Microsoft, and VMware and incorporates NVIDIA state of the art network and storage interconnect products to form the most efficient and scalable enterprise, scientific, Telco, and AI cloud infrastructure. The AI program aims to enable and accelerate state of the art machine learning and AI frameworks with NVIDIA advanced networking solutions.

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  • Solving Kubernetes security issues using Red Hat OpenShift & Sysdig Nov 10 2020 9:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Eric Carter, Director of Product Marketing, Sysdig
    Shifting to containers accelerates application delivery, but tends to complicate security, visibility and compliance. DevOps teams are learning that they can’t solve these new business challenges with traditional approaches. Moving to cloud-native infrastructure brings about critical security issues that can be avoided with the right solutions in place.

    In this session, we will discuss and demonstrate how three global companies avoided security and compliance issues using Red Hat® OpenShift® and Sysdig solutions to protect their businesses:

    - A payment processing provider deployed image scanning for PCI compliance but found developers drowned in false positives. They needed a way to tune vulnerability detection inside CI/CD pipelines and see beyond OS vulnerabilities to avoid risk.

    - Ford, one of the world’s largest automobile manufacturers, faced visibility issues with its rollout of stateful applications on Red Hat OpenShift. To meet security regulations, it needed to see inside containers to detect and stop threats.

    - A large credit card company found compliance to be one of the hardest problems to solve in a dynamic environment. With containers living only seconds, how could the firm capture activity data for compliance audits and forensics?

    Eric is Director of Product Marketing at Sysdig, focused on joint partner solutions. Prior to Sysdig, Eric led marketing for storage startup, Hedvig. He has also worked at tech companies including Riverbed and EMC. Eric holds a BA in Public Relations from Pepperdine University.

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  • Security solutions for a container-based environment Nov 10 2020 8:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Gautam Baghel, Solutions Architect for the Alliances, Synopsys
    Did you know that the 2020 Open Source Security Risk Analysis Report revealed that 99% of audited code bases contained open source, and within those codebases 75% of vulnerabilities were left unpatched?

    Now more than ever, organizations need to bring development, operations, procurement and security closer together. Doing this can minimize the security, compliance, and code quality risk of open source and other third party software.

    In this webinar, Synopsys will explore the following:
    - Security issues and challenges and what can be done to prevent them.
    - What you should be looking for in security solutions for a container-based environment.
    - How Synopsys and Red Hat® help you collectively manage your open source components, and associated risks inside container images against security breaches.

    We will also demonstrate how Black Duck for Red Hat® OpenShift® automatically scans, identifies, and monitors open source components in all container images deployed in Red Hat OpenShift. It performs deep container inspection on both the operating system and application layers to identify open source security, license, and compliance risks.

    Gautam Baghel joined Synopsys in 2019, and currently serves as a Solutions Architect for the Alliances team on the Synopsys Software Integrity Group, where he leads technical planning, solution development, enablement, and evangelism with strategic partners of Synopsys. When he's not immersed in joint partner solutions, he can be found playing guitar, building or playing video games.

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  • DevSecOps for cloud-native applications with Prisma Cloud Nov 10 2020 7:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Keith Mokris, Head of Product Marketing for Prisma Cloud, Palo Alto Networks
    Enterprises today modernize legacy applications to take advantage of containers, or increase the number of applications running on Docker and Kubernetes. They depend on the Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform to build, deploy, and manage their applications.

    Simultaneously, security teams, DevOps teams, and cloud platform architects need to ensure they all have visibility into application runtime behavior, robust vulnerability management and compliance capabilities, and integrated security across the DevOps lifecycle.

    In this session you will learn how Palo Alto Networks partners with Red Hat to deliver cloud-native security with Prisma Cloud, the industry’s most comprehensive Cloud Native Security Platform (CNSP). We will also demonstrate how Prisma Cloud integrates across build, deploy, and run to protect modern applications on Red Hat OpenShift.

    Keith Mokris is the head of Product Marketing for Prisma Cloud at Palo Alto Networks, where he is focused on helping enterprises secure their cloud-native applications. Previously, he led product marketing at Twistlock and NowSecure. In his free time, he is a landscaper and street photographer.

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  • Modernize DevOps with CyberArk Secrets Management and Red Hat OpenShift Nov 10 2020 6:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Jody Hunt, Strategic Solutions Engineer, CyberArk
    The recent takeover of Twitter accounts highlights how vulnerable we can be to social engineering and other exploits. How did the Twitter breach happen and what lessons can we learn to make containerized applications more secure?

    You can improve and simplify the security of Red Hat® OpenShift® containerized environments with CyberArk Secrets Management solutions, and out-of-the-box certified integrations. A centralized approach to Secrets Management can help strengthen containerized application security, without impacting developer velocity, and accelerate deployments.

    This webinar will cover:
    - Lessons learned from Twitter and other recent breaches that apply to containerized apps and DevOps environments.
    - The challenges and requirements for securing Red Hat OpenShift containerized environments at enterprise scale.
    - The benefits of enhancing the native Secrets Management and security capabilities of Red Hat OpenShift, with CyberArk’s certified integrations and centralized approach.
    - Practical steps to get started using CyberArk’s Conjur open-source Secrets Management solution.

    Jody is a Strategic Solutions Engineer at CyberArk. He has held diverse technical roles throughout his career in software development, sales and marketing. He has been an enthusiastic promoter of DevOps principles since 2010. In 2015, he became aware of the growing security gap represented by automation. That led him to Conjur, Inc. in January of 2017, just four months before the Secrets Management company’s acquisition by CyberArk.

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  • Modernize Kubernetes operations using DevSecOps Nov 10 2020 5:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Dave Meurer, Principal Solution Architect, Security ISVs, Red Hat
    Don't let security challenges slow your innovation and modernization with containers and Kubernetes. Red Hat® OpenShift®, and our certified partners, help you overcome security challenges by building DevSecOps methodologies into your Kubernetes platform.

    In this session and Q&A, we will discuss:
    - Red Hat OpenShift's built-in security features like SELinux, admission control, network segmentation, logging, monitoring, automated compliance, and Red Hat Advanced Cluster Management.
    - How Red Hat and partners enhance and extend security with additional features for GitOps cluster configs, identity and access management, data at rest, data in motion, logging, monitoring, alerting, and automated compliance.

    Dave Meurer currently serves as a Principal Solution Architect on the Red Hat Global Strategic Alliances team, where he owns technical relationships and evangelism with security independent software vendor partners of Red Hat. Before joining Red Hat, Dave spent 9 years in the Application Security industry with Synopsys and Black Duck, where he served in similar roles as the director of technical alliances and sales engineering. Dave also worked for Skyway Software, HSN.com, and Accenture in various management and application development roles. Follow @davemeurer on LinkedIn and Twitter at @davemeurer. He mostly just posts pictures of homemade pizza.
  • Develop secure containerized applications using DevSecOps Nov 10 2020 4:00 pm UTC 45 mins
    Dave Meurer, Principal Solution Architect, Security ISVs, Red Hat
    Transitioning culture, tools, and processes to ensure your DevOps results in a secure application is not an easy task. It’s vital to properly integrate security so it does not slow you down. Red Hat® OpenShift®, and its partners, makes the transition easier by providing a comprehensive, and secure development environment.

    In this session and Q&A, we will discuss:
    - Integrating security culture into DevOps.
    - Security methods and tools used in development phases of DevOps.
    - How Red Hat® CodeReady® Workspaces. provides a secure, collaborative Kubernetes solution for rapid cloud application development.

    Dave Meurer currently serves as a Principal Solution Architect on the Red Hat Global Strategic Alliances team, where he owns technical relationships and evangelism with security independent software vendor partners of Red Hat. Before joining Red Hat, Dave spent 9 years in the Application Security industry with Synopsys and Black Duck, where he served in similar roles as the director of technical alliances and sales engineering. Dave also worked for Skyway Software, HSN.com, and Accenture in various management and application development roles. Follow @davemeurer on LinkedIn and Twitter. He mostly just posts pictures of homemade pizza.
  • Securing your applications in Kubernetes with NGINX and Red Hat OpenShift Nov 5 2020 7:00 pm UTC 28 mins
    Jenn Gile, Product Marketing Manager and Amir Rawdat, Technical Marketing Engineer, NGINX
    Do you want to put your production applications on Red Hat® OpenShift®, but are struggling to ensure your environment is secure? You’re not alone.

    NGINX enables you to deploy WAF and JWT authentication closer to your applications, providing production-grade protection in a lightweight, reliable, cost-effective solution. In this webinar, we’ll share the trends and challenges in securing applications in Kubernetes.

    We will also demonstrate how to use NGINX Ingress Controller with the NGINX Ingress Operator, and to provision with NGINX App Protect in Red Hat OpenShift to:

    - Build the NGINX App Protect image.
    - Install the NGINX Ingress Operator with NGINX App Protect.
    - Provision NGINX App Protect.
    - Provision JWT Authentication.

    Jenn Gile is the Product Marketing Manager for NGINX’s technology partners and leads the Go-To-Market strategy and activities for Red Hat solutions.

    Amir Rawdat is a Technical Marketing Engineer who specializes in implementing NGINX solutions in Kubernetes and Red Hat OpenShift.

    This webinar is co-hosted in partnership with NGINX and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and NGINX are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above.

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  • Team up to reduce risk with Infoblox and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform Nov 3 2020 7:00 pm UTC 35 mins
    Phil Miller, Principal Solutions Architect and Kevin Zettel, Technical Marketing Engineer, Infoblox
    Are you already automating your IT practice with Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform but seeking ways to automate security, reduce threat response times, and make your security teams more productive?

    The saying "defense wins championships" doesn't just apply to sports, it's also relevant for your organization's cybersecurity strategy. Today's security teams face potentially thousands of alerts daily, often exceeding what they can effectively handle. Maneuvering around dozens of security tools, manual processes, and staff shortages, organizations need to deploy a defensive cybersecurity approach that employs automation to overcome a lack of resources.

    In this webinar, we will present and demonstrate how:

    - Infoblox and Red Hat Ansible Automation Platform integration provides an automated and seamless "single source of truth" for networks and devices in hybrid and multi-cloud environments.
    - Infoblox Ecosystem Exchange provides security organizations a highly interconnected set of integrations that enable them to eliminate silos and optimize their security orchestration automation and response (SOAR) solution.
    - Infoblox Ecosystem Exchange and Red Hat Ansible Tower roles and playbooks automate and integrate different security solutions creating a solution that is "more than the sum total of its parts."

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  • Migrate, scale and secure your hybrid cloud Red Hat OpenShift deployments Oct 29 2020 6:00 pm UTC 25 mins
    Eric Ji, Solution Architect, F5 Networks
    This session will explore how F5, in combination with Red Hat® OpenShift®, can help scale, secure and migrate Kubernetes deployments using F5’s application delivery, DNS services, and secure cloud container deployments.

    In this session, you will learn how to:

    - Streamline migrations from OpenShift 3x to 4x without downtime using F5 domain name system (DNS) as a service.
    - Scale applications across Red Hat OpenShift clusters and help facilitate agile blue/green and canary application development environments.
    - Seamlessly integrate user access management, distributed denial of service (DDoS) protection and advanced web application Firewall Services to create a secure Red Hat OpenShift/Kubernetes deployment.
    - Design a highly resilient, adaptive and secure container infrastructure whether it is on-premise, in the cloud or in a hybrid capacity.

    Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform is one of the leading private Kubernetes offerings, with over 1400 customers worldwide.

    Eric Ji is a Solution Architect at F5 Networks with a focus on technical development of DevOps and cloud technology alliance partnerships. His expertise spans Kubernetes, OpenShift, Automation, Ansible/Puppet/Chef, SDN and Security.

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  • Delivering a container infrastructure for modern workloads Oct 27 2020 6:00 pm UTC 19 mins
    Marc Curry, OpenShift Senior Principal Product Manager, Container Infrastructure, Red Hat
    Kubernetes networking infrastructure must address the modern day complexities and requirements of global organizations, across industries with potentially heterogeneous and geographically diverse infrastructure footprints. Hybrid cloud fulfills these complex requirements and provides a consistent user experience. Addressing these needs necessitates advancements in observability, scale and performance boundaries, automation of deployments and operations, and management autonomy.

    Red Hat® OpenShift® Container Platform and Red Hat® Ansible® Automation Platform meet the needs of complex organizations. They provide agility, choice of private/public clouds and hybrid platforms, accelerate development lifecycles, and allow you to avoid vendor lock-in. Add Red Hat certified technology partners in the mix and organizations will benefit from an ecosystem of integrated and fully supported technologies that keep businesses thriving, and a solution that grows with their business.

    In this session, Marc Curry will discuss:

    - The strength and openness of Red Hat OpenShift networking to future-proof your deployments.
    - How the solution supports your advanced networking requirements.
    - The singular user experience delivered through Red Hat and our partners

    Marc Curry is a Senior Principal Product Manager for Red Hat OpenShift Container Platform specializing in container infrastructure technologies to enable application platform development and delivery. Prior to joining Red Hat, Marc was focused on high-performance computing, infrastructure/programmatic optimization and networking solution architecture for enterprise data centers.

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  • Best practices for BinOps in the enterprise Recorded: Oct 22 2020 26 mins
    Mark Galpin, Senior Product Manager, JFrog
    During the majority of the lifecycle of a piece of software, that software is a binary. Enterprises cannot afford to have a production system that doesn't keep close track of where the binaries came from, and where they go.

    In this session, we will discuss:

    - How the binary matures in readiness as it proceeds through the lifecycle from freshly-built to ready for production - and what happens after
    - How to know the binary is available and secure
    - How you can scale developers' talent whenever and however you want it
    - How these tools help your organization strengthen collaboration to enhance results
    - We will also demonstrate how the JFrog Unified Platform manages your software development lifecycle with Red Hat®

    About Mark Galpin:
    As senior product manager at JFrog, the liquid software company, Mark is focused on how JFrog's products fit into the broader DevOps ecosystem, and how JFrog supports the broader developer community. His passion is helping the world make better software faster, secured with efficient tools and processes. Prior to joining JFrog in 2015, Mark was a systems engineering contractor for US Army Acquisition, focusing on the interoperability of digital warfighting systems to enable people at all levels of the US department of defense to know what was going on in warfighting environments.
  • The journey to unbreakable DevOps on Red Hat OpenShift Recorded: Oct 20 2020 29 mins
    Mike Villiger, Product Evangelist, Dynatrace
    DevOps is perhaps the most critical consideration when maximizing investment in Red Hat® OpenShift®. Red Hat OpenShift lets you build and run software at speed and scale. As you transition to cloud-native, Dynatrace monitoring becomes a part of the platform, providing observability into the complexity of thousands of microservices and containers. Dynatrace provides AI-based quality gates along the delivery pipeline to remediate early, release confidently, and assure no bad code changes reach production.

    In this session, Dynatrace will talk about the journey to unbreakable DevOps on Red Hat OpenShift, and the four monitoring use cases across every stage of the software delivery lifecycle.

    About Mike Villiger:
    Mike has spent the last 20 years occupying various engineering positions surrounding web-scale performance, architecture, and operations before joining Dynatrace in 2014. At Dynatrace Mike specializes in supporting the technical integrations between Dynatrace and tech alliance partnerships.
  • Supercharge your software factory with Sonatype Recorded: Aug 19 2020 23 mins
    Curtis Yanko, Director of Global Alliances, Sonatype
    Software development is pressed for faster and faster release cycles with acceptable quality, budget, and security. As movements like CI/CD and DevOps aim to cut down on release cycles, there’s a misconception that it's security's job to control the risk. As modern development practices increasingly consume more and more third-party code, the risk landscape increases in complexity.

    Traditional development methods are no longer enough. Employing binary repositories and providing feedback to developers early in the development lifecycle will accelerate software delivery velocities.

    In this session we will share how you can supercharge your software factory by:

    - Using a universal binary repository
    - Blocking known bad components at the front door
    - Identify and remediate known vulnerabilities in your Git based source code management system

    About Curtis Yanko:
    As a DevSecOps coach and author, Curtis works with customers and partners to help them accelerate delivery by building security and governance into CI/CD pipelines. Prior to joining Sonatype, Curtis started a DevOps Center of Enablement at a Fortune 100 insurance company and chaired an Open Source Governance Committee. Curtis is currently working on building strategic technical partnerships to help solve for the DevSecOps toolchain. Outside of work, he can be found raising service dogs or out playing ultimate frisbee during his lunch hour.

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  • Ensure the predictability of your development lifecycle with GitLab Recorded: Aug 19 2020 24 mins
    Abubakar Siddiq Ango, Technical Evangelism Program Manager, GitLab
    Moving from an idea to production can involve several tools, sometimes a tool for every stage. This can make development unpredictable largely due to managing integrations, compatibility issues, and having to manage different service level agreements.

    A complete CI/CD platform such as GitLab allows you to:

    - Build and not worry about tooling
    - Enable predictability in your development lifecycle

    In this session, you will learn how GitLab Certified Runner Operator with Red Hat® OpenShift® delivers the powerful CI/CD platform needed to build and run your applications.

    About Abubakar Siddiq Ango:
    As a technical evangelist, Abubakar is active in the cloud native community. Prior to joining GitLab, he spent 10 years in Nigeria helping his alma mater build out their campus network and students' portal. He is an active participant in the developer community in sub-saharan Africa and an Aviation enthusiast.

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  • Automate security controls into your DevOps workflows Recorded: Aug 19 2020 28 mins
    Manasi Prabhavalkar, Cloud Integration Architect, Aqua
    Software development is more challenging to secure than ever before. Developers are learning new languages like Python, Node, or Go and pulling away various elements of the operating system to containerize applications and leverage more fluid microservice architectures. This, in addition to pushing everything through high-speed CI/CD and automation tools to accelerate time-to-market can put things at risk.
    These conditions create a broader, more complex mandate for DevOps and security teams. They must continue to ensure their code, applications, runtime engines, clouds and VMs are all compliant and secure without compromising agility or performance.

    In this session, you’ll learn how Aqua works with Red Hat® OpenShift® to:
    - Integrate with CI/CD to automate security testing in the pipeline along with Jira for developer feedback
    - Streamline image vulnerability management for Red Hat OpenShift image streams
    - Remediate or mitigate vulnerabilities with risk-based prioritization
    - Block container images that violate your internal or industry-mandated security policies
    - Profile the intended activity of your application in development to allow only certain container activity to run in production based on machine-learned behaviors

    This webinar is co-hosted in partnership with Aqua and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and Aqua are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above. For more information on each party’s privacy practices, please see:
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  • DevOps transformation: Behavior change required! Recorded: Aug 19 2020 61 mins
    Kevin Behr, Senior Director, Global Transformation, Red Hat
    In their quest to delight customers and stay competitive, companies purchase and deploy new technology constantly. Being able to get their products and solutions to market faster and more efficiently gives them an advantage over their competition. But for some, the technology delivers a completely different value experience than anticipated based on information and examples provided during vendor selection.

    Why is there such a gap between high performing organizations and others when it comes to adoption of new technology and work techniques?

    In this session Kevin Behr will address that question and offer insights on how to accelerate DevOps adoption by:

    - Using new tools and technologies to unlock organization value.
    - Developing management techniques to enhance collaboration.
    - Breaking down silos to align cultural and digital transformation.

    Kevin will also introduce the Red Hat technology certified partners participating in the webinar series. These partners deliver solutions and capabilities to help accelerate DevOps success and support enhanced organizational collaboration across the CI/CD pipeline.

    About Kevin Behr:
    Kevin joined the Red Hat Global Transformation Office in the fall of 2019 with over 30 years of technology and management experience. Prior to joining Red Hat, Kevin was the co-founder, general manager and chief science officer of PraxisFlow, a consultancy focused on addressing the complex problems inherent in transforming large IT organizations and creating better flow through designing cross-functional-alignment.

    A serial CIO and CTO in both public and private companies, he is also the author and co-author of six IT management books, including The Phoenix Project and The Visible Ops Handbook. He is often looked to as a visionary on the subject of optimizing businesses to blend sustainable technological evolution with human learning and improvement processes.

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  • Scaling Enterprise Machine Learning with Seldon Recorded: Jun 17 2020 26 mins
    Alejandro Saucedo, Director of Machine Learning, Seldon and Lee Baker, Commercial Director, Seldon
    Join this webinar to understand the challenges of scaling machine learning across an enterprise and the solutions provided through MLOps.

    In this presentation, we will:
    - Present an overview of the platform’s functionality
    - Demonstrate the powerful features of the Seldon MLOps solution
    - Explain how to overcome common hurdles from compliance obligations to model governance

    Additionally, we will share insights to some of our key client successes:
    - A global manufacturer has realized 85% efficiency savings
    - Capital One has established a fully functional MaaS program

    About the speakers:
    Alejandro Saucedo leads large scale projects implementing open source and enterprise infrastructure for Machine Learning Orchestration and Explainability. As the Chief Scientist at the Institute for Ethical AI & Machine Learning, he leads the development of industry standards on machine learning bias, adversarial attacks and differential privacy. With over 10 years of software development experience, Alejandro has held technical leadership positions across hyper-growth scale-ups and has delivered multinational projects with top tier investment banks, magic circle law-firms and global insurance companies.

    Lee Baker helps people predict and shape their future using machine intelligence. He is responsible for global partnerships, client development and go-to-market strategy. Passionate about the confluence of business and technology, Lee enables enterprise customers, like Barclays, realize success through the industrialization of their machine learning models.

    This webinar is co-hosted in partnership with Seldon and Red Hat. As a result, both Red Hat and Seldon are collecting your personal data when you submit such information as part of the registration process above.

    For more information on each party’s privacy practices, see:
    Red Hat’s policy: www.redhat.com/en/about/privacy-policy
    Seldon privacy policy: https://www.seldon.io/terms-and-policies/gdpr-privacy-policy/
  • Build a Machine Learning Model with Transparency Recorded: Jun 17 2020 24 mins
    Martin Isaksson, Co-Founder and CEO, PerceptiLabs
    Building a machine learning model is complex, and you often end up with an unexplainable black box. PerceptiLabs is a visual modeling tool to build, train and tune your model, with a portal to actually see how your model works.

    Join us to see:
    - The transparency you get with PerceptiLabs model management platform to quickly understand what your model is doing, tune it, and keep track of the experiments.
    - How to seamlessly run ML jobs on any cloud/server while Red Hat takes care of the infrastructure for you.
    - A demo of Object Detection and how easy it is to build a model with a drag and drop tool.

    PerceptiLabs, a startup focused on making machine learning easy, created a flexible machine learning platform that gives developers full transparency into the process of machine learning models’ development.

    About the speaker:
    Martin Isaksson received his M.Sc. in Robotics/Artificial Intelligence from the Royal Institute of Technology and UPC Barcelona in 2017. His favorite model is a Deep Neural Network he built for segmentation of muscular stem cells in microscopy images.

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  • GPUs and Optimized Containers for AI, Machine Learning, and Deep Learning Recorded: Jun 17 2020 25 mins
    Chintan Patel, Senior Manager, Product Marketing, NVIDIA
    NVIDIA NGC software hub offers GPU-Optimized containers for deep learning, machine learning, and HPC applications that simplify the deployment of this software on any GPU-powered systems. This enables data scientists, developers, and researchers to focus on building solutions, gathering insights, and delivering business value. NVIDIA is partnering with Red Hat to make deploying NGC containers and passing through GPU compute resources through Red Hat® OpenShift® even easier.

    Learn more about:
    - The NVIDIA accelerated computing platforms that give modern data centers the power to accelerate deep learning, machine learning and HPC workloads.
    - How to quickly deploy AI frameworks with containers, getting a head start with pre-trained models or model training scripts.
    - The use of domain specific workflows & Helm charts for the fastest AI implementations, giving you faster time-to-solution.
    - The GPU Operator that simplifies management of NVIDIA GPU resources in an OpenShift cluster and automates tasks related to bootstrapping GPU nodes.
    - Running software from NGC on-prem, in the cloud, and edge or using hybrid & multi-cloud deployments.
    - Enterprise grade support for the entire stack with NGC-Ready systems.

    About the speaker:
    Chintan Patel leads Product Marketing for NVIDIA NGC - registry for GPU-optimized AI software. He is responsible for growing awareness and driving adoption of GPU-accelerated software for AI, ML, and HPC. Prior to NVIDIA, he held product marketing and engineering positions at Micrel, Inc. He holds an MBA from Santa Clara University and a bachelor's degree in electrical engineering and computer science from UC Berkeley.

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