Luciano Resende is an AI Platform Architect at Apple AI/ML organization and a Jupyter Distinguished Contributor. Luciano's expertise is in open source, and enterprise-grade AI platform technologies with about 20 years of experience successfully designing, building, and delivering complex software in fortune 500 companies and open source. He has a strong background in open source big data platforms such as Apache Spark, and data science building blocks such as the Jupyter Notebook Stack, Elyra and Apache Toree Scala kernel.
Do you love Jupyter Notebooks, but are getting tired of the Wild Wild West of external tools and devOps tasks that consumes a lot of your time away from model development? In this talk, we will introduce you to Elyra, an open-source AI development workspace that enables data scientists, Machine Learning Engineers, and AI developers to be more productive. It provides support for low code/no code AI Pipelines integrated with Apache Airflow and Kubeflow runtimes, integrated Python, Scala, and R editors, collaboration support via git integration, code reusability via code snippets, etc all without having to leave your Notebook workspace. After a quick introduction to Elyra's capabilities, we will dive into a live demo, showcasing how to build and execute a data pipeline in a few minutes.