Webinar: AI – Addressing the Challenges of Today’s Data
Organisations of all sizes are looking for new ways to innovate, but in ways that won’t break the bank. Proprietary solutions can offer some answers, but in uncertain times, vendor lock-in is undesirable and expensive. To remain agile, open-source solutions are offering agnostic and low-cost ways to continue and even accelerate the rate of digitisation across the APAC and Australasia. For enterprise-grade open-source solutions that are making a practical difference today, many turn to SUSE as the perfect partner that offers business-centricity with an open-source ethos.
The company behind a global community of thousands of developers is offering a series of webinars that show companies and businesses of all sizes and industries just how business outcomes can be improved using technology. The webinars also highlight the benefit of simultaneously lowering costs and increasing overall portability and agility of solutions.
The webinar series shows how open-source technologies can be leveraged in the midst and aftermath of the pandemic to address the significant issues of the day: big data, machine-learning, quicker application delivery and hybrid cloud environments, to name just a few.
In this article, Tech Wire Asia focuses on “Artificial Intelligence — Addressing the Challenges of Today’s Data Scientists”, part of the SUSE Solution Webinar Series. With Jeff Reser (SUSE Solutions) and Alessandro Festa (SUSE Product Manager, AI), you’ll learn how a fully AI-focused stack can take raw data and then leverage data science and predictive modelling to produce practical, focused outcomes for a range of verticals, including pharma, the public sector, automotive, and manufacturing.
Even large enterprises have often sidelined the extreme complexities of data science as R&D projects. SUSE will show you how all that can change through a holistic approach to make significant improvements in many areas of your business by simplifying the AI infrastructure.
The webinar addresses the clear differences between DevOps and Data Science and explains how an environment can be built to rapidly produce results with much-reduced time-to-production compared to traditional methodologies. By unifying big data analysis and processing with development activities, organisations can use their data resources to astounding effect.
Attendees will learn how multiple pipelines can be made to run in different environments using automated workflows and powerful templating options, orchestrated by the dedicated technology of the SUSE AI Orchestrator and other open-source solutions. Pipelines can be run on in-house, hybrid or fully cloud-based applications without retooling or interrupting workflows. Pre-built automation workflows leverage HPC and containers regardless of their deployment types; as a result, the length of development-test-production cycles is hugely reduced.
This series of uncertain times webinars shows business professionals how new technologies can be put to practical use, giving guidance as to how the latest, research-driven methods can be deployed in real-world settings. From scaling with rapid container deployments, maximising SAP effectiveness, deploying solutions across hybrid clouds, or using machine-learning on data resources, the webinar series will both challenge and inform.
Join your fellow business decision-makers online and discover how, even in this unprecedented period, some of the world’s best technology will accelerate your digital transformation using open-source.
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