Serving Machine Learning Models with Redis & Apache Spark

Tague Griffith, Head of Developer Advocacy, Redis Labs

Tue. June 27, 2017 6:30pm   -   NYC
Free beer, pizza, swag & lots more!

Tague Griffith

Head of Developer Advocacy, Redis Labs

Serving Machine Learning Models with Redis & Apache Spark

In this action-packed session we will look at how Redis 4.0 and the Redis-ML module can be used out of the box to provide a real-time decision making service. Using Apache Spark, we will implement a machine learning pipeline and discuss the types of predictive models (decision trees, regressions, etc.) that are supported by Redis-ML.

You will also learn how to load Spark models into Redis using the available toolkit, and how to implement real-time decision making.

Making real-time decisions using predictive models is one of the key obstacles in successfully deploying a machine learning strategy. Building customer services to support reliable real-time decision making with scale can be a monumental challenge; by the end of this fun-filled session you will be empowered to architect such systems with ease and confidence.

Tague Griffith

Head of Developer Advocacy,
Redis Labs

Tague Griffith, Head of Developer Advocacy at Redis Labs, has over 20 years of experience in Silicon Valley as a software engineer and architect building large scale distributed systems and infrastructure. He currently heads up the developer relations and advocacy program at Redis Labs.

Prior to joining Redis Labs, Tague held positions with Apple, Netscape, Yahoo/Flickr and GoPro. He has a BS and MS in Computer Science from Stanford University with a specialization in database systems.

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