Practical AWS - or - Solving real problems with AWS. No more sleek talks from sales representatives but real developers that leverage the cloud to solve real problems.
18:00 - 18:30: Gathering up
18:30 - 19:15: Going serverless and staying alive // Sagi Keren-Haselkorn
19:15 - 20:00: Building a production-grade video analysis pipeline // Assaf Kozlowsky
Going serverless and staying alive // Sagi Keren-Haselkorn
During the last two years, while building my own venture, I was fascinated by the Amazon Web Services’ (AWS) approach for building serverless applications. I found that like a student who simply wants to write a piece of code that does something, I can do that but now on an enterprise level scalable application. I found that many software related challenges, that many engineers face continuously, no longer exist in such environments. In this lecture, I will describe our architecture and dozens of AWS services that allow us to turn an idea into reality.
An experienced R&D manager, with extensive experience in Amazon Web Services and cloud computing. Lead the development and design of viable commercial solutions. Played an integral role in the delivery of award-winning products.
Building a production-grade video analysis pipeline // Assaf Kozlowsky
Web video analysis is a challenging task, the difficulties arise from lack of sufficient metadata and its varying quality, languages, and formats.
I will give an overview of the journey we have passed in order to tackle these issues we harnessed NLP and Computer vision technologies as face detection, face recognition, Object tracking, and Linked data sources to build an autonomous metadata enrichment solution.
OATH senior developer, leads the metadata team, with experience in JAVA. Working to develop better video experience and filter out the bad guys from our platform.
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