Cloud Native AI


March 2


10:00 am - 05:30 pm

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Hacker Dojo

855 Maude Ave, Mountain View, CA 94043

Mountain View, CA, US, 94043

In this full-day workshop, we will cover the foundations of building scalable & reliable AI applications using Cloud Native (CN) technology


Cloud Native (CN) technologies provide scalable and reliable platforms to host AI based technologies. This 1-day workshop is intended to expose and educate attendees on the available tooling in the CN space from Kubernetes to Kubeflow and ecosystem; including their purpose and path to successfully leveraging them.

The course is offered in-person to enhance your learning experience.


Both CN and AI technology stacks continue to rapidly evolve.  Managers and developers are pressed for time and may miss knowledge of recent innovations around tooling and practices. Through a combination of tutorials, field study, and discussion we can reset and take advantage of these technologies.


Attendees will have knowledge and confidence to leverage the CN + AI technology stacks. To those with little experience, you will learn; the basics of popular tools, CN best practices, and points of concern when integrating. To those with more experience; you will learn about recent developments in tooling, techniques, and resources.

Who is this course for?

Anyone interested in the CN and AI technology spaces.


Basic knowledge of cloud computing is recommended but not required.


Ronald Petty, a principal consultant at RX-M ( RX-M provides instruction and consulting in the CN AI spaces. He is a volunteer member of the SF Bay Area ACM ( and Cloud Native Computing Foundation ( He actively participates in working groups such as the CNCF AI WG and other points of contact between CN and AI technologies.

Other details

Lunch, snacks, coffee, and community camaraderie included.

Organizer & SFBay ACM Prof Dev Chair: Yashesh Shroff @yashroff

For more information about Registration, please contact SF Bay Chapter of the ACM, yshroff at g | m | a i l

We look forward to seeing you at the workshop!

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