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Amr Awadallah's slides from his talk at TIBCO in collaboration with The Hive Think Tank on May 11th, 2017.
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Data Science in the Enterprise
Amr Awadallah (@awadallah)
Founder, Chief Technical Officer, Cloudera
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Typical Data Science Workflow
Data Engineering Data Science (Exploratory) Production (Operational)
Data Pipelines Batch Scoring
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• Team: Data scientists and analysts
• Goal: Understand data, develop and improve models,
• Data: New and changing; often sampled
• Environment: Local machine, sandbox cluster
• Tools: R, Python, SAS/SPSS, SQL; notebooks; data
wrangling/discovery tools, …
• End State: Reports, dashboards, PDF, MS Office
• Team: Data engineers, developers, SREs
• Goal: Build and maintain applications, improve
model performance, manage models in production
• Data: Known data; full scale
• Environment: Production clusters
• Tools: Java/Scala, C++; IDEs; continuous
integration, source control, …
• End State: Online/production applications
Types of Data Science
(discover and quantify opportunities)
(deploy production systems)
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Many times secured clusters are hard
for data science professionals to
connect either because they don’t
have the right permissions or
resources are to scarce to afford them
access. In addition popular
frameworks and libraries don’t read
Hadoop data formats out-of-the-box.
Notebook environments seldom
have large enough data storage for
medium, let alone big data. Data
scientists are often relegated to
sample data and constrained
when working on distributed
systems. Popular frameworks and
libraries don’t easily parallelize
across the cluster.
Popular notebooks don’t work well
with access engines like Spark and
package deployment and
dependency management across
multiple software versions is often
hard to manage. Then once a model
is built there is no easy path from
model development to production
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Management of Dependencies
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Open Data Science in the Enterprise
drive adoption while maintaining compliance
explore, experiment, iterate
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Introducing Cloudera Data Science Workbench
Self-service data science for the enterprise
Accelerates data science from
development to production with:
• Secure self-service environments
for data scientists to work against
• Support for Python, R, and Scala,
plus project dependency isolation
for multiple library versions
• Workflow automation, version
control, collaboration and sharing
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How does CDSW help?
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The Importance of an Open Ecosystem
Open Ecosystem Black Box
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How is Cloudera Data Science different?
Works with fully secured clusters
One tool for multiple standard languages (Python, R, Scala)
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A conference for and by practicing data scientists!
Save the Date: July 20th at the Chapel, San Francisco
Wrangle is a 1 day, single track community event that hosts the best and
brightest in the Bay Area talking about the principles, practice, and
application of Data Science, across multiple data-rich industries. Join
Cloudera, Facebook, Netflix and more to discuss future trends, how they
can can be predicted, and most importantly—how can they be anticipated.
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Amr Awadallah (@awadallah)