Topic: Hopsworks: The Python-centric Enterprise Feature Store
Speaker: Jim Dowling, CEO at Hopsworks
Jim is an Associate Professor at KTH Royal Institute of Technology. He is lead architect of the open-source Hopsworks Feature Store platform.
Abstract: In this talk, we will explore how the open-source Hopsworks feature store can help Data Scientists who love Python to manage their features for training and serving models. Hopsworks provides native Python support for feature engineering, feature pipelines, low latency access to features for serving, online transformation functions, and data validation.
Hopsworks also supports a Python-based domain-specific language for joining and retrieving features from Data Warehouses and Data Lakes, freeing you from having to write SQL to access enterprise data. We will walk through an end-to-end use case in Python showing you how to go from raw data to an operationalized prediction service.
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ODSC brings together the open-source and data science communities with the goal of helping its members learn, connect and grow.
The focus of this Meetup group is to allow ODSC to work with Meetup groups, non-profits, and other organizations to present informative lectures, workshops, code sprints and networking events to help grow the use of open source languages and tools within the data science and data-centric community. As such, our specific goals are:
1. Build a collaborative group to work with other Meetup groups, non-profits, and other organizations.
2. Promote the use of open source languages and tools amongst data scientists and others.
3. Host educational workshops.
4. Spread awareness of new open source languages and tools that can be used in data science.
5. Contribute back to the open-source community.
Who is this meetup for?
• Data engineers, analysts, scientists, and other practitioners
• R, Python and other software engineers who work with data or want to learn
• Data visualization developers and designers
• Non-technical team leads, executives, and other decision-makers from data-centric startups and large companies looking to utilize open-source tools