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Got a trained deep learning model? Now what? Deploying deep learning models

Hannes Hapke (Wunderbar.ai)
1:30pm2:00pm Tuesday, July 17, 2018
TensorFlow
Location: B115-116
Tags: tensorflow
Average rating: *****
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TensorFlow and its community provide a variety of deep learning tools to develop novel deep learning models. A large number of talks have focused on amazing tools like TensorBoard or novel TensorFlow implementations like the support for sequence-to-sequence networks. However, developing deep learning models with TensorFlow is often only half of the story. To be useful to the public, the model needs to be deployed.

Hannes Hapke explains how to deploy your TensorFlow model easily with TensorFlow Serving, introduces an emerging project called Kubeflow, and highlights some deployment pitfalls like model versioning and deployment flow. You’ll learn when a deployment with TensorFlow Serving or Kubeflow makes sense, how to deploy trained TensorFlow models with TensorFlow Serving, how to install required system dependencies, and Kubeflow basic concepts. You’ll leave ready to deploy your TensorFlow models yourself or guide your DevOps colleagues to deploy your models for your organization.

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Hannes Hapke

Wunderbar.ai

Hannes Hapke is a machine learning enthusiast and a Google Developer Expert for machine learning. He’s applied deep learning to a variety of computer vision and natural language problems, but his main interest is in machine learning infrastructure and automating model workflows. Hannes is a coauthor of Natural Language Processing in Action and is working on Building Machine Learning Pipelines with TensorFlow for O’Reilly. When he isn’t working on a deep learning project, you’ll find him running long distances, hiking, or enjoying a book with a good cup of coffee.