How Twilio used Amazon SageMaker MLOps pipelines with PrestoDB to allow frequent mannequin retraining and optimized batch remodel

This submit is co-written with Shamik Ray, Srivyshnav Ok S, Jagmohan Dhiman and Soumya Kundu from Twilio.

Immediately’s main firms belief Twilio’s Buyer Engagement Platform (CEP) to construct direct, personalised relationships with their clients in every single place on the earth. Twilio allows firms to make use of communications and knowledge so as to add intelligence and safety to each step of the shopper journey, from gross sales and advertising and marketing to development and customer support, and lots of extra engagement use circumstances in a versatile, programmatic means. Throughout 180 nations, thousands and thousands of builders and lots of of 1000’s of companies use Twilio to create magical experiences for his or her clients. Being one of many largest AWS clients, Twilio engages with knowledge and synthetic intelligence and machine studying (AI/ML) companies to run their every day workloads. This submit outlines the steps AWS and Twilio took emigrate Twilio’s current machine studying operations (MLOps), the implementation of coaching fashions, and working batch inferences to Amazon SageMaker.

ML fashions don’t function in isolation. They need to combine into current manufacturing methods and infrastructure to ship worth. This necessitates contemplating your entire ML lifecycle throughout design and growth. With the correct processes and instruments, MLOps allows organizations to reliably and effectively undertake ML throughout their groups for his or her particular use circumstances. SageMaker features a suite of options for MLOps that features Amazon SageMaker Pipelines and Amazon SageMaker Model Registry. Pipelines permit for simple creation and administration of ML workflows whereas additionally providing storage and reuse capabilities for workflow steps. The mannequin registry simplifies mannequin deployment by centralizing mannequin monitoring.

This submit focuses on obtain flexibility in utilizing your knowledge supply of alternative and combine it seamlessly with Amazon SageMaker Processing jobs. With SageMaker Processing jobs, you should use a simplified, managed expertise to run knowledge preprocessing or postprocessing and mannequin analysis workloads on the SageMaker platform.

Twilio wanted to implement an MLOps pipeline that queried knowledge from PrestoDB. PrestoDB is an open supply SQL question engine that’s designed for quick analytic queries towards knowledge of any measurement from a number of sources.

On this submit, we present you a step-by-step implementation to attain the next:

Use case overview

Twilio educated a binary classification ML mannequin utilizing scikit-learn’s RandomForestClassifier to combine into their MLOps pipeline. This mannequin is used as a part of a batch course of that runs periodically for his or her every day workloads, making coaching and inference workflows repeatable to speed up mannequin growth. The coaching knowledge used for this pipeline is made out there by PrestoDB and skim into Pandas by the PrestoDB Python client.

The tip aim was to transform the present steps into two pipelines: a coaching pipeline and a batch remodel pipeline that linked the info queried from PrestoDB to a SageMaker Processing job, and at last deploy the educated mannequin to a SageMaker endpoint for real-time inference.

On this submit, we use an open supply dataset out there by the TPCH connector that’s packaged with PrestoDB for example the end-to-end workflow that Twilio used. Twilio was in a position to make use of this answer emigrate their current MLOps pipeline to SageMaker. All of the code for this answer is accessible within the GitHub repo.

Answer overview

This answer is split into three most important steps:

  • Model training pipeline – On this step, we join a SageMaker Processing job to fetch knowledge from a PrestoDB occasion, prepare and tune the ML mannequin, consider it, and register it with the SageMaker mannequin registry.
  • Batch transform pipeline – On this step, we run a preprocessing knowledge step that reads knowledge from a PrestoDB occasion and runs batch inference on the registered ML mannequin (from the mannequin registry) that we approve as part of this pipeline. This mannequin is accepted both programmatically or manually by the mannequin registry.
  • Real-time inference – On this step, we deploy the most recent accepted mannequin as a SageMaker endpoint for real-time inference.

All pipeline parameters used on this answer exist in a single config.yml file. This file contains the required AWS and PrestoDB credentials to connect with the PrestoDB occasion, info on the coaching hyperparameters and SQL queries which might be run at coaching, and inference steps to learn knowledge from PrestoDB. This answer is extremely customizable for industry-specific use circumstances in order that it may be used with minimal code modifications by easy updates within the config file.

The next code exhibits an instance of how a question is configured inside the config.yml file. This question is used on the data processing step of the coaching pipeline to fetch knowledge from the PrestoDB occasion. Right here, we predict whether or not an order is a high_value_order or a low_value_order primarily based on the orderpriority as given from the TPC-H knowledge. For extra info on the TPC-H knowledge, its database entities, relationships, and traits, confer with TPC Benchmark H. You’ll be able to change the question in your use case inside the config file and run the answer with no code modifications.

    COUNT(l.linenumber) AS lineitem_count,
    SUM(l.amount) AS total_quantity,
    AVG(l.low cost) AS avg_discount,
    SUM(l.extendedprice) AS total_extended_price,
    SUM( AS total_payable_tax,
        WHEN (o.orderpriority = '2-HIGH') THEN 1 
        ELSE 0
    END AS high_value_order
    orders o
    lineitem l ON o.orderkey = l.orderkey
LIMIT 5000

The principle steps of this answer are described intimately within the following sections.

Knowledge preparation and coaching

The data preparation and training pipeline contains the next steps:

  1. The coaching knowledge is learn from a PrestoDB occasion, and any function engineering wanted is completed as a part of the SQL queries run in PrestoDB at retrieval time. The queries which might be used to fetch knowledge at coaching and batch inference steps are configured within the config file.
  2. We use the FrameworkProcessor with SageMaker Processing jobs to learn knowledge from PrestoDB utilizing the Python PrestoDB shopper.
  3. For the coaching and tuning step, we use the SKLearn estimator from the SageMaker SDK and the RandomForestClassifier from scikit-learn to coach the ML mannequin. The HyperparameterTuner class is used for working computerized mannequin tuning, which finds the very best model of the mannequin by working many coaching jobs on the dataset utilizing the algorithm and the ranges of hyperparameters.
  4. The model evaluation step checks that the educated and tuned mannequin has an accuracy degree above a user-defined threshold and solely then register that model inside the mannequin registry. If the mannequin accuracy doesn’t meet the edge, the pipeline fails and the mannequin shouldn’t be registered with the mannequin registry.
  5. The mannequin coaching pipeline is then run with pipeline.start, which invokes and instantiates all of the previous steps.

Batch remodel

The batch transform pipeline consists of the next steps:

  1. The pipeline implements a knowledge preparation step that retrieves knowledge from a PrestoDB occasion (utilizing a data preprocessing script) and shops the batch knowledge in Amazon Simple Storage Service (Amazon S3).
  2. The most recent mannequin registered within the mannequin registry from the coaching pipeline is accepted.
  3. A Transformer occasion is used to runs a batch remodel job to get inferences on your entire dataset saved in Amazon S3 from the info preparation step and retailer the output in Amazon S3.

SageMaker real-time inference

The SageMaker endpoint pipeline consists of the next steps:

  1. The most recent accepted mannequin is retrieved from the mannequin registry utilizing the describe_model_package operate from the SageMaker SDK.
  2. The most recent accepted mannequin is deployed as a real-time SageMaker endpoint.
  3. The mannequin is deployed on a ml.c5.xlarge occasion with a minimal occasion depend of 1 and a most occasion depend of three (configurable by the person) with the automatic scaling policy set to ENABLED. This removes pointless cases so that you don’t pay for provisioned cases that you simply aren’t utilizing.


To implement the answer offered on this submit, you must have an AWS account, a SageMaker domain to entry Amazon SageMaker Studio, and familiarity with SageMaker, Amazon S3, and PrestoDB.

The next conditions additionally should be in place earlier than working this code:

  • PrestoDB – We use the built-in datasets out there in PrestoDB by the TPCH connector for this answer. Comply with the directions within the GitHub to arrange PrestoDB on an Amazon Elastic Compute Cloud (Amazon EC2) occasion in your account. If you have already got entry to a PrestoDB occasion, you may skip this step however word its connection particulars (see the presto part within the config file). When you’ve gotten your PrestoDB credentials, fill out the presto part within the config file as follows (enter your host public IP, port, credentials, catalog and schema):
  host: <>
  parameter: "0000"
  presto_credentials: <presto_credentials>
  catalog: <catalog>
  schema: <schema>

  • VPC community configurations – We additionally outline the encryption, community isolation, and VPC configurations of the ML mannequin and operations within the config file. For extra info on community configurations and preferences, confer with Connect to SageMaker Within your VPC. If you’re utilizing the default VPC and safety teams then you may go away these configuration parameters empty, see instance in this configuration file. If not, then within the aws part, specify the enable_network_isolation standing, security_group_ids, and subnets primarily based in your community isolation preferences. :
    enable_network_isolation: false
    - <security_group_id>
    - <subnet-1>
    - <subnet-2>
    - <subnet-3>

  • IAM function – Arrange an AWS Identity and Access Management (IAM) function with applicable permissions to permit SageMaker to entry AWS Secrets Manager, Amazon S3, and different companies inside your AWS account. Till an AWS CloudFormation template is offered that creates the function with the requisite IAM permissions, use a SageMaker function that enables the AmazonSageMakerFullAccess AWS managed coverage in your function.
  • Secrets and techniques Supervisor secret – Arrange a secret in Secrets and techniques Supervisor for the PrestoDB person title and password. Name the key prestodb-credentials and add a username discipline and password discipline to it. For directions, confer with Create and manage secrets with AWS Secrets Manager.

Deploy the answer

Full the next steps to deploy the answer:

  1. Clone the GitHub repository in SageMaker Studio. For directions, see Clone a Git Repository in SageMaker Studio Classic.
  2. Edit the config.yml file as follows:
    1. Edit the parameter values within the presto part. These parameters outline the connectivity to PrestoDB.
    2. Edit the parameter values within the aws part. These parameters outline the community connectivity, IAM function, bucket title, AWS Area, and different AWS Cloud-related parameters.
    3. Edit the parameter values within the sections similar to the pipeline steps (training_step, tuning_step, transform_step, and so forth).
    4. Assessment all of the parameters in these sections rigorously and edit them as applicable in your use case.

When the conditions are full and the config.yml file is about up accurately, you’re able to run the mlops-pipeline-prestodb answer. The next structure diagram offers a visible illustration of the steps that you simply implement.

The diagram exhibits the next three steps:

  • Half 1: Coaching – This pipeline contains the info preprocessing step, the coaching and tuning step, the mannequin analysis step, the situation step, and the register mannequin step. The prepare, check, and validation datasets and evaluation report which might be generated on this pipeline are despatched to an S3 bucket.
  • Half 2: Batch remodel – This pipeline contains the batch knowledge preprocessing step, approving the most recent mannequin from the mannequin registry, creating the mannequin occasion, and performing batch transformation on knowledge that’s saved and retrieved from an S3 bucket.
  • The PrestoDB server is hosted on an EC2 occasion, with credentials saved in Secrets and techniques Supervisor.
  • Half 3: SageMaker real-time inference – Lastly, the most recent accepted mannequin from the SageMaker mannequin registry is deployed as a SageMaker real-time endpoint for inference.

Take a look at the answer

On this part, we stroll by the steps of working the answer.

Coaching pipeline

Full the next steps to run the coaching pipeline


  1. On the SageMaker Studio console, select 0_model_training_pipeline.ipynb within the navigation pane.
  2. When the pocket book is open, on the Run menu, select Run All Cells to run the code on this pocket book.

This pocket book demonstrates how you should use SageMaker Pipelines to string collectively a sequence of information processing, mannequin coaching, tuning, and analysis steps to coach a binary classification ML mannequin utilizing scikit-learn.

On the finish of this run, navigate to pipelines within the navigation pane. Your pipeline construction on SageMaker Pipelines ought to appear to be the next determine.

The coaching pipeline consists of the next steps which might be applied by the pocket book run:

  • Preprocess the info – On this step, we create a processing job for knowledge preprocessing. For extra info on processing jobs, see Process data. We use a preprocessing script to attach and question knowledge from a PrestoDB occasion utilizing the user-specified SQL question within the config file. This step splits and sends knowledge retrieved from PrestoDB as prepare, check, and validation recordsdata to an S3 bucket. The ML mannequin is educated utilizing the info in these recordsdata.
  • The sklearn_processor is used within the ProcessingStep to run the scikit-learn script that preprocesses knowledge. The step is outlined as follows:
# declare the sk_learn processer
step_args =
        ## code refers back to the knowledge preprocessing script that's chargeable for querying knowledge from the PrestoDB occasion
            "--host", host_parameter,
            "--port", port_parameter,
            "--presto_credentials_key", presto_parameter,
            "--region", region_parameter,
            "--presto_catalog", presto_catalog_parameter,
            "--presto_schema", presto_schema_parameter,
            "--train_split", train_split.to_string(), 
            "--test_split", test_split.to_string(),

    step_preprocess_data = ProcessingStep(

Right here, we use config['scripts']['source_dir'], which factors to the info preprocessing script that connects to the PrestoDB occasion. Parameters used as arguments in step_args are configurable and fetched from the config file.

  • Practice the mannequin – On this step, we create a coaching job to coach a mannequin. For extra info on coaching jobs, see Train a Model with Amazon SageMaker. Right here, we use the Scikit Learn Estimator from the SageMaker SDK to deal with the end-to-end coaching and deployment of customized Scikit-learn code. The RandomForestClassifier is used to coach the ML mannequin for our binary classification use case. The HyperparameterTuner class is used for working computerized mannequin tuning to find out the set of hyperparameters that present the very best efficiency primarily based on a user-defined metric threshold (for instance, maximizing the AUC metric).

Within the following code, the sklearn_estimator object is used with parameters which might be configured within the config file and makes use of a training script to coach the ML mannequin. This step accesses the prepare, check, and validation recordsdata that had been created as part of the earlier knowledge preprocessing step.

# declare a tuning step to make use of the prepare and check knowledge to tune the ML mannequin utilizing the `HyperparameterTuner` declared above
step_tuning = TuningStep(
        "prepare": TrainingInput(
                "train" ## refer to this
            content_type="textual content/csv",
        "check": TrainingInput(["test"].S3Output.S3Uri,
        content_type="textual content/csv",

  • Consider the mannequin – This step checks if the educated and tuned mannequin has an accuracy degree above a user-defined threshold, and solely then registers the mannequin with the mannequin registry. If the mannequin accuracy doesn’t meet the user-defined threshold, the pipeline fails and the mannequin shouldn’t be registered with the mannequin registry. We use the ScriptProcessor with an evaluation script {that a} person creates to guage the educated mannequin primarily based on a metric of alternative.

The analysis step makes use of the analysis script as a code entry. This script prepares the options and goal values, and calculates the prediction chances utilizing mannequin.predict. On the finish of the run, an analysis report is shipped to Amazon S3 that incorporates info on precision, recall, and accuracy metrics.

step_evaluate_model = ProcessingStep(
            source=step_tuning.get_top_model_s3_uri(top_k=0, s3_bucket=bucket),
            vacation spot="/choose/ml/processing/check",
    code = config['scripts']['evaluation'],
        "--target", target_parameter,
        "--features", feature_parameter,

The next screenshot exhibits an instance of an analysis report.

  • Add circumstances – After the mannequin is evaluated, we will add circumstances to the pipeline with a ConditionStep. This step registers the mannequin provided that the given user-defined metric threshold is met. In our answer, we solely wish to register the brand new mannequin model with the mannequin registry if the brand new mannequin meets a selected accuracy situation of above 70%.
# Create a SageMaker Pipelines ConditionStep, utilizing the situation above.
# Enter the steps to carry out if the situation returns True / False.
step_cond = ConditionStep(
    else_steps=[step_fail], ## if this fails

If the accuracy situation shouldn’t be met, a step_fail step is run that sends an error message to the person, and the pipeline fails. For example, as a result of the user-defined accuracy situation is about to 0.7 within the config file, and the accuracy calculated in the course of the analysis step exceeds it (73.8%), the end result of this step is about to True and the mannequin strikes to the final step of the coaching pipeline.

  • Register the mannequin – The RegisterModel step registers a sagemaker.model.Model or a sagemaker.pipeline.PipelineModel with the SageMaker mannequin registry. When the educated mannequin meets the mannequin efficiency necessities, a brand new model of the mannequin is registered with the SageMaker mannequin registry.

The mannequin is registered with the mannequin registry with an approval standing set to PendingManualApproval. This implies the mannequin can’t be deployed on a SageMaker endpoint until its standing within the registry is modified to Authorised manually on the SageMaker console, programmatically, or by an AWS Lambda operate.

Now that the mannequin is registered, you will get entry to the registered mannequin manually on the SageMaker Studio mannequin registry console or programmatically within the subsequent pocket book, approve it, and run the batch remodel pipeline.

Batch remodel pipeline

Full the next steps to run the batch remodel pipeline (1_batch_transform_pipeline.ipynb):

  1. On the SageMaker Studio console, select 1_batch_transform_pipeline.ipynb within the navigation pane.
  2. When the pocket book is open, on the Run menu, select Run All Cells to run the code on this pocket book.

This pocket book will run a batch remodel pipeline utilizing the mannequin educated within the earlier pocket book.

On the finish of the batch remodel pipeline, your pipeline construction on SageMaker Pipelines ought to appear to be the next determine.

The batch remodel pipeline consists of the next steps which might be applied by the pocket book run:

  • Extract the most recent accepted mannequin from the SageMaker mannequin registry – On this step, we extract the most recent mannequin from the mannequin registry and set the ModelApprovalStatus to Authorised:
## updating the most recent mannequin package deal to accepted standing to make use of it for batch inference
model_package_update_response = sm.update_model_package(

Now we’ve extracted the most recent mannequin from the SageMaker mannequin registry and programmatically accepted it. You may also approve the mannequin manually on the SageMaker mannequin registry web page in SageMaker Studio as proven within the following screenshot.

  • Learn uncooked knowledge for inference from PrestoDB and retailer it in an S3 bucket – After the most recent mannequin is accepted, batch knowledge is fetched from the PrestoDB occasion and used for the batch remodel step. On this step, we use a batch preprocessing script that queries knowledge from PrestoDB and saves it in a batch listing inside an S3 bucket. The question that’s used to fetch batch knowledge is configured by the person inside the config file within the transform_step part:
# declare the batch step that is named later in pipeline execution
batch_data_prep = ProcessingStep(

After the batch knowledge is extracted into the S3 bucket, we create a mannequin occasion and level to the script, which incorporates code that runs as a part of getting inference from the educated mannequin:

# create the mannequin picture primarily based on the mannequin knowledge and confer with the inference script as an entry level for batch inference
mannequin = Mannequin(

  • Create a batch remodel step to carry out inference on the batch knowledge saved in Amazon S3 – Now {that a} mannequin occasion is created, create a Transformer occasion with the suitable mannequin kind, compute occasion kind, and desired output S3 URI. Particularly, cross within the ModelName from the CreateModelStep step_create_model properties. The CreateModelStep properties attribute matches the item mannequin of the DescribeModel response object. Use a remodel step for batch transformation to run inference on a complete dataset. For extra details about batch remodel, see Run Batch Transforms with Inference Pipelines.
  • A remodel step requires a transformer and the info on which to run batch inference:
transformer = Transformer(,
settle for="textual content/csv",
tags = config['transform_step']['tags'], 
    'START_TIME_UTC': st.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'), 
    'END_TIME_UTC': et.strftime('%Y-%m-%d %H:%M:%S'),

Now that the transformer object is created, cross the transformer enter (which incorporates the batch knowledge from the batch preprocess step) into the TransformStep declaration. Retailer the output of this pipeline in an S3 bucket.

step_transform = TransformStep(
    title=config['transform_step']['step_name'], transformer=transformer, inputs=transform_input, 

SageMaker real-time inference

Full the next steps to run the real-time inference pipeline (2_realtime_inference.ipynb):

  1. On the SageMaker Studio console, select 2_realtime_inference_pipeline.ipynb within the navigation pane.
  2. When the pocket book is open, on the Run menu, select Run All Cells to run the code on this pocket book.

This pocket book extracts the most recent accepted mannequin from the mannequin registry and deploys it as a SageMaker endpoint for real-time inference. It does so by finishing the next steps:

  • Extract the most recent accepted mannequin from the SageMaker mannequin registry – To deploy a real-time SageMaker endpoint, first fetch the picture URI of your alternative and extract the most recent accepted mannequin from the mannequin registry. After the most recent accepted mannequin is extracted, we use a container record with the desired because the script for the deployed mannequin to make use of at inference. This mannequin creation and endpoint deployment are particular to the scikit-learn model configuration.
  • Within the following code, we use the file particular to the scikit-learn mannequin. We then create our endpoint configuration, setting our ManagedInstanceScaling to ENABLED with our desired MaxInstanceCount and MinInstanceCount for computerized scaling:
create_endpoint_config_response = sm.create_endpoint_config(
EndpointConfigName = endpoint_config_name,
    'InstanceType': instance_type,
    # have max instance count configured here
    'InitialInstanceCount': min_instances,
    'InitialVariantWeight': 1,
    'ModelName': model_name,
    'VariantName': 'AllTraffic', 
    # change your managed instance configuration here
        "MaxInstanceCount": max_instances,
        "MinInstanceCount": min_instances,
        "Status": "ENABLED",}

  • Run inference on the deployed real-time endpoint – After you’ve gotten extracted the most recent accepted mannequin, created the mannequin from the specified picture URI, and configured the endpoint configuration, you may deploy it as a real-time SageMaker endpoint:
create_endpoint_response = sm.create_endpoint(

# look forward to endpoint to succeed in a terminal state (InService) utilizing describe endpoint
describe_endpoint_response = sm.describe_endpoint(EndpointName=endpoint_name)

whereas describe_endpoint_response["EndpointStatus"] == "Creating":
    describe_endpoint_response = sm.describe_endpoint(EndpointName=endpoint_name)

Upon deployment, you may view the endpoint in service on the SageMaker Endpoints web page.

Now you may run inference towards the info extracted from PrestoDB:

body_str = "total_extended_price,avg_discount,total_quantityn1,2,3n66.77,12,2"

response = smr.invoke_endpoint(
    Physique=body_str.encode('utf-8') ,
    ContentType="textual content/csv",

response_str = response["Body"].learn().decode()


Right here is an instance of an inference request and response from the true time endpoint utilizing the implementation above:

Inference request format (view and alter this instance as you prefer to in your customized use case)

body_str = """total_extended_price,avg_discount,total_quantity
response = smr.invoke_endpoint(
    ContentType="textual content/csv",

response_str = response["Body"].learn().decode()
knowledge = json.masses(response_str)
print(json.dumps(knowledge, indent=4))

Response from the true time endpoint

        "total_extended_price": 32,
        "avg_discount": 40,
        "total_quantity": 334,
        "prediction": 0

Clear up

To wash up the endpoint used on this answer to keep away from further prices, full the next steps:

  1. On the SageMaker console, select Endpoints within the navigation pane.
  2. Choose the endpoint to delete.
  3. On the Actions menu, select Delete.


On this submit, we demonstrated an end-to-end MLOps answer on SageMaker. The method concerned fetching knowledge by connecting a SageMaker Processing job to a PrestoDB occasion, adopted by coaching, evaluating, and registering the mannequin. We accepted the most recent registered mannequin from the coaching pipeline and ran batch inference towards it utilizing batch knowledge queried from PrestoDB and saved in Amazon S3. Lastly, we deployed the most recent accepted mannequin as a real-time SageMaker endpoint to run inferences.

The rise of generative AI will increase the demand for coaching, deploying, and working ML fashions, and consequently, using knowledge. By integrating SageMaker Processing jobs with PrestoDB, you may seamlessly migrate your workloads to SageMaker pipelines with out extra knowledge preparation, storage, or accessibility burdens. You’ll be able to construct, prepare, consider, run batch inferences, and deploy fashions as real-time endpoints whereas utilizing your current knowledge engineering pipelines with minimal or no code modifications.

Discover SageMaker Pipelines and open supply knowledge querying engines like PrestoDB, and construct an answer utilizing the pattern implementation offered.

Get began in the present day by referring to the GitHub repository.

For extra info and tutorials on SageMaker Pipelines, confer with the SageMaker Pipelines documentation.

Concerning the Authors

Madhur Prashant is an AI and ML Options Architect at Amazon Internet Companies. He’s passionate concerning the intersection of human pondering and generative AI. His pursuits lie in generative AI, particularly constructing options which might be useful and innocent, and most of all optimum for patrons. Exterior of labor, he loves doing yoga, mountain climbing, spending time along with his twin, and taking part in the guitar.

Amit Arora is an AI and ML Specialist Architect at Amazon Internet Companies, serving to enterprise clients use cloud-based machine studying companies to quickly scale their improvements. He’s additionally an adjunct lecturer within the MS knowledge science and analytics program at Georgetown College in Washington D.C.

Antara Raisa is an AI and ML Options Architect at Amazon Internet Companies supporting strategic clients primarily based out of Dallas, Texas. She additionally has expertise working with massive enterprise companions at AWS, the place she labored as a Associate Success Options Architect for digital-centered clients.

Johnny Chivers is a Senior Options Architect working inside the Strategic Accounts staff at AWS. With over 10 years of expertise serving to clients undertake new applied sciences, he guides them by architecting end-to-end options spanning infrastructure, huge knowledge, and AI.

Shamik Ray is a Senior Engineering Supervisor at Twilio, main the Knowledge Science and ML staff. With 12 years of expertise in software program engineering and knowledge science, he excels in overseeing advanced machine studying tasks and making certain profitable end-to-end execution and supply.

Srivyshnav Ok S is a Senior Machine Studying Engineer at Twilio with over 5 years of expertise. His experience lies in leveraging statistical and machine studying methods to develop superior fashions for detecting patterns and anomalies. He’s adept at constructing tasks end-to-end.

Jagmohan Dhiman is a Senior Knowledge Scientist with 7 years of expertise in machine studying options. He has in depth experience in constructing end-to-end options, encompassing knowledge evaluation, ML-based software growth, structure design, and MLOps pipelines for managing the mannequin lifecycle.

Soumya Kundu is a Senior Knowledge Engineer with virtually 10 years of expertise in Cloud and Massive Knowledge applied sciences. He specialises in AI/ML primarily based massive scale Knowledge Processing methods and an avid IoT fanatic in his spare time.

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