Session: Data plumbing basics: Build, deploy, and scale ML models for your time series data

Tun Shwe, VP of Data @ Quix

Jay Clifford, Developer Advocate @ InfluxData

“Collect”, “Store” and “Act” are the three key pillars to building any time series-based solution. While acting upon your data holds paramount importance, it simultaneously presents a puzzle of questions:

  • How do I query, transform, and process my stored time series data?
  • How can I build and run anomaly detection or forecasting algorithms on my time series data?
  • How can I efficiently scale and expand my time series analytics engine?

In this talk, we will explore the methodology for crafting a scalable time series data pipeline, leveraging the event streaming platform, Quix, and the time series database, InfluxDB. We will also walk through the process of creating, training, and deploying a machine-learning model, utilizing the power and flexibility of Keras and Hugging Face for anomaly detection.

Key Takeaways:

  • Collecting and storing time series data: Grasp the nuances of managing time series data with InfluxDB
  • Model training and storage: Dive into model creation and training using Keras and Hugging Face
  • Pipeline construction and deployment: Explore building and deploying a resilient time series data pipeline with Quix

Join this session to learn how to build a foundational but scalable architecture that you can plumb into your own time series solutions.

Where & when?

Open Source Data Summit 2024 will be held on October 2nd, 2024.

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The central theme of OSDS revolves around the advantages of open source data products and their pivotal role in modern data ecosystems.

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  • Data streams and ingestion
  • Hub-and-spoke data integration models
  • Choosing the right engine for your workload
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