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  1. Neuronale Netzwerke mit TensorFlow 2: von unten nach oben | Oliver Zeigermann

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    TensorFlow ist Googles Framework für Neuronale Netzwerke und auch über die Grenzen von Google hinaus ein Standard. In Version 2 hat sich vor allem das Low-Level-API stark verbessert. Damit werden wir beginnen, um Neuronale Netze von Null auf zu verstehen, ohne eine Zeile Mathematik zu benötigen. Danach sehen wir uns dasselbe mit der High-Level-Keras-API an, die das gleiche tut, aber von den von uns vorher gemachten Schritten abstrahiert. Du lernst dabei

    • dass Matrixmultiplikationen die Basis für Neuronale Netzwerke sind,
    • was Loss Functions sind und
    • wie man von einer Loss Function zu einem trainierten Neuronalen Netzwerk kommt.

    Speaker: Oliver Zeigermann (embarc) | https://jax.de/speaker/oliver-zeigermann/

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  2. Continuous Integration/Continuous Delivery for Microservices: Rule them all | Nir Koren

    Nir Koren (LivePerson) | https://devopsconference.de/speaker/nir-koren/

    Microservices development environment becomes more and more popular in cloud-based companies in order to support better CI/CD methodologies. I would like to show a case study which leads to best practices of how do we manage CI/CD for 200 microservices based both on Docker/Kubernetes and Puppet under production environments and be able to control them all using various of tools, internal developments and technologies.

    Join us at the next DevOpsCon: https://devopsconference.de/ The Conference for Continuous Delivery, Microservices, Containers, Cloud & Lean Business

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  3. Event Streaming and the Future of Applications | Ben Stopford

    Speaker: Ben Stopford (Confluent Inc.) | https://jax.de/speaker/ben-stopford/

    Events fundamentally change the way we build systems. As a means of communication they loosely couple microservices together, meaning sections of an architecture become isolated from the failure semantics of the rest. As a data model they tie communication and storage together via a technique called event sourcing, which retains information exactly as it happened, primed for future use cases or for analytics. Events also imply motion: Data moves from one application to another, with stream processors used to manipulate these data flows as they progress. Finally, events are the backbone of serverless architectures. A programming model that is likely to be pervasive in our future. In this talk, we’ll look at the relationship between these different aspects of the humble event, providing insight into why the paradigm is important now, as well as reflecting on its inevitable positioning in our future.

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  4. Wie funktionieren neuronale Netze? #underthehood | Christoph Henkelmann

    Speaker: Christoph Henkelmann (DIVISIO GmbH) | https://jax.de/speaker/christoph-henkelmann/

    Jahrelang nur akademische Kuriosität und jetzt in aller Munde: neuronale Netze. Man liest viel darüber, wie angeblich Gehirne nachgebaut werden und der KI-Hype ist auf dem Höhepunkt. Aber was ist ein neuronales Netz wirklich? Was heißt es, wenn ein neuronales Netz „lernt”? Und was haben Tensoren damit zu tun? In diesem Vortrag werden wir am Beispiel eines Standard-Multilayer-Netzwerks erklären, wie ein neuronales Netz Voraussagen macht und wie es trainiert wird.

    Dabei werden die wichtigsten Schritte sowohl durch Formeln als auch durch Code erläutert.

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  5. Deployments mit und in Kubernetes | Erkan Yanar

    Speaker: Erkan Yanar (lisenraum.de) | https://jax.de/speaker/erkan-yanar/

    Kubernetes bietet eigene und einfach zu verwendende Deploymentstrategien. Damit ist es möglich, den Ablauf der Upgrades der eigenen Container im Deploymentobjekt zu hinterlegen. Dadurch ist es nicht nötig, auf externe Tools zum Upgraden der eigenen Container in Kubernetes zu wechseln. Zudem wären diese nur eingeschränkt nützlich. Wir schauen uns an, wie z. B. Rolling Updates, Blue/Green und Canary Deployments in Kubernetes realisiert werden können. Dazu verwenden wir: Deployments, Ingress und Services.

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  6. Kubernetes access control in the enterprise | Jan Bruder

    Speaker: Jan Bruder (Rancher Labs) | https://devopsconference.de/speaker/jan-bruder/

    This presentation will introduce the audience to the basics of authentication and role-based access control (RBAC) in Kubernetes, discuss the challenges of implementing Kubernetes access control at scale in enterprise environments and explain the patterns employed in the open source Kubernetes management software Rancher to help Kubernetes operators escape the hell of YAML file sprawl and consistency issues.

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  7. The Status Quo of Kubernetes Operators | Roland Huss

    Speaker: Roland Huss (Red Hat) | https://devopsconference.de/speaker/dr-roland-huss/

    We all love Kubernetes as our declarative and reactive container orchestration platform of choice. Resource descriptors declare a target state, and a whole set of controllers running in the background are watching these resources to reconcile the current state to the desired target state. We can use this dominant paradigm also for custom resources and controllers, commonly referred to as "operators". A growing number of operators for all sorts of tasks already has been created. In this presentation, an overview of existing operators is given before the CoreOS Operator Framework is explained in details. The Operator Framework consists of * an Operator SDK for writing operators in Golang * the Operator Lifecycle Manager (OLM) for managing operators and their installation * Operator Metering for usage reporting of operators.

    The second part of this talk is about implementing live an operator with the Operator SDK and how this is managed with the Operator Lifecycle Manager. At the end of this talk, you’ll have an impression of where we’re standing with operators these days and how quickly you can implement operators yourself.

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  8. MapRoulette - Martijn van Exel

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  9. Apache Lucene 8, Apache Solr und Elasticsearch – ein Überblick | Uwe Schindler

    Speaker: Uwe Schindler (SD DataSolutions GmbH) | https://jax.de/speaker/uwe-schindler/

    Dieser Vortrag wird eine kurze Einführung in das Gebiet der Volltextsuche und der Bibliothek Apache Lucene geben und dann die neuen Features und Verbesserungen präsentieren, die seit Version 7 hinzugekommen sind. Dabei wird das besondere Augenmerk auf die Suchserver Apache Solr und Elasticsearch gelegt, denn diese werden von den meisten Usern eingesetzt. Der Vortrag wird ebenfalls einen kurzen Featurevergleich zwischen den beiden Servern präsentieren, sodass neue Nutzer besser entscheiden können, welches der beiden Produkte besser für das Projekt geeignet ist.

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  10. Text By the Bay 2015: Richard Socher, Deep Learning for Natural Language Processing

    In this talk, I will describe deep learning algorithms that learn representations for language that are useful for solving a variety of complex language problems. I will focus on 3 tasks: Fine-Grained sentiment analysis; Question answering to win trivia competitions (like Whatson’s Jeopardy system but with one neural network); Multimodal sentence-image embeddings (with a fun demo!) to find images that visualize sentences. I will also show some demos of how deepNLP can be made easy to use with MetaMind.io’s software.

    Richard Socher is the CTO and founder of MetaMind, a startup that seeks to improve artificial intelligence and make it widely accessible. He obtained his PhD from Stanford working on deep learning with Chris Manning and Andrew Ng. He is interested in developing new AI models that perform well across multiple different tasks in natural language processing and computer vision. He was awarded the 2011 Yahoo! Key Scientific Challenges Award, the Distinguished Application Paper Award at ICML 2011, a Microsoft Research PhD Fellowship in 2012 and a 2013 ‘Magic Grant’ from the Brown Institute for Media Innovation and the 2014 GigaOM Structure Award. ————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————————

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