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Wednesday, June 29 • 11:15am - 11:20am
Building a High Availability REST API Engine for R

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Modern businesses require APIs that have rock solid uptime, where deploying a new version never drops a request, where you can promote and roll back versions, and that perform with low latency and high throughput. Domino has built our R API endpoint functionality leveraging open source tools such as nginx and tresletech’s plumber package, to support modern data science teams desire to reduce time from modeling to productionalization. In this talk, we discuss lessons we have learned building this functionality using the R ecosystem. We describe some of the technical challenges building such a platform, and some best practices for researchers who want to make their R models easily deployable as APIs. Domino’s technology has served millions of requests for clients ranging from online media to energy companies. We will tell you how we did it.

Moderators
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Joseph Rickert

Program Manager, Microsoft
Joseph is a Program Manager at Microsoft having come to Microsoft with the acquisition of Revolution Analytics. He is a data scientist and R language evangelist passionate about analyzing data and teaching people about R. He is a regular contributor to the Revolutions blog and an organizer of the Bay Area R Users Group. Joseph is a long-time Silicon Valley start-up guy with experience building statistical models in industries as diverse as... Read More →

Speakers
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Nick Elprin

Domino Data Lab


Wednesday June 29, 2016 11:15am - 11:20am
SIEPR 120 366 Galvez St, Stanford, CA 94305

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