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Sharing Your SageMaker Model

AWS recently announced SageMaker, which helps you do everything from building models from scratch to deploying and scaling those models for use in production. This article will assume you already have a model running in SageMaker and want to grant access to another AWS account to make predictions with your model. […]

3 ways to use Big Data to help your startup grow

Sustained growth is the only way to ensure survival of your startup. While you might be willing to work with blood and tears, this might not be enough. Big Data can become the key to victory. It’s a common misconception that using Big Data is the prerogative of IT giants like […]

Moving forward with AI

In the past few months, I have gotten the following question a lot: “What can I do today to prepare my organisation for the AI revolution?” Indeed. Self-driving cars. Commercial drones. Smart cameras. Movie and music creation. Powerful & intelligent robots. Over the past few years, a new revolution has brought […]

End-to-end Distributed ML using AWS EMR, Apache Spark (Pyspark) and MongoDB Tutorial with…

End-to-end Distributed ML using AWS EMR, Apache Spark (Pyspark) and MongoDB Tutorial with MillionSongs Data In this post I will mention how to run ML algorithms in a distributed manner using Python Spark API pyspark. We will also learn about how to set up an AWS EMR instance for running […]

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Get your EC2 Instance Name Without Breaking Your Infrastructure

Do As I Say, Not As I Do: Get Your EC2 Instance Name Without Breaking Your Infrastructure A Step by Step Guide with Python Code Snippets My first attempt to log EC2 instance names to PagerDuty and Airbrake broke most of our infrastructure. I failed to account for unpublished AWS rate […]

AWS EC2: Start a Jupyter (IPython) Notebook Server

https://medium.com/media/3def06bdbdf46b2202173416eb2cac1e/href A while ago, I wrote a post, “Setup and use Jupyter Notebook (IPython) Notebooks on AWS”. While that approach benefits from being easy to setup, but requires you to have key to access. This approach allows for multiple people to access the server with just a password. With that, […]