Deploying machine learning models and deep learning models in production is hard. Harish Doddi and Jerry Xu outline the enterprise data science lifecycle, covering how production model deployment flow works, challenges, best practices, and lessons learned. Along the way, they explain why monitoring models in the production should be mandatory.
Harish Doddi is counder and CEO of Datatron Technologies. Previously, he held roles at Oracle; Twitter, where he worked on open source technologies, including Apache Cassandra and Apache Hadoop, and built Blobstore, Twitter’s photo storage platform; Snapchat, where he worked on the backend for Snapchat stories; and Lyft, where he worked on the surge pricing model. Harish holds a master’s degree in computer science from Stanford, where he focused on systems and databases, and an undergraduate degree in computer science from the International Institute of Information Technology in Hyderabad.
Jerry Xu is cofounder and CTO at Datatron Technologies. An innovative software engineer with extensive programming and design experience in storage systems, online services, mobile, distributed systems, virtualization, and OS kernels, Jerry also has a demonstrated ability to direct and motivate a team of software engineers to complete projects meeting specifications and deadlines. Previously, he worked at Zynga, Twitter, Box, and Lyft, where he built the company’s ETA machine learning model. Jerry is the author of open source project LibCrunch. He is a three-time Microsoft Gold Star Award winner.
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