This page is just a place to collect different resources I’ve found as I explore Machine Learning and it’s application specially to networking analytics, infrastructure, control/management plane feedback loops and generally just geeking out on technology and math. It’s pretty amazing stuff if you haven’t gotten into it.
This is an incomplete list and I’ll continue adding to it as I get time. Feel free to share links if you’ve got any you found useful!
Youtube video – low on math youtu.be/b99UVkWzYTQ < thanks to Jon Hudson for this!
Dave Meyer’s Presentation from the DevOps4Networking forum March 2016
Coursera Machine Learning Specialization using R programming language from John Hopkins Univeristy
Coursera Machine Learning Specialization using Python programming language from University of Washington
Khan Academy has been a great source to fill in some of the gaps around Calculus, Regression, Statistics, etc…
Normally, I would be writing this a few weeks ago, but sometimes the world just takes the luxury of time away from you. In this case, I couldn’t be happier though as I’m about to part of something that I believe is going to be really really amazing. This event is really a testimony to Brent Salisbury and John Willis’s commitment to community and their relentless pursuit of trying to evolve the whole industry, bringing along as many of the friends they’ve made along the way as possible.
Given the speaker list, I don’t believe there’s been any event in recent ( or long term!) memory that has such an amazing list of speakers. The most amazing part is that this event was really put together in the last month!!!!
If you’re in the bay area, you should definitely be there. If you’re not in the area, you should buy a plane ticket as you might not ever get a chance like this again.
DevOps Forum for Networking
From the website
previously known as DevOps4Networks is an event started in 2014 by John Willis and Brent Salisbury to begin a discussion on what Devops and Networking will look like over the next five years. The goal is to create a conversation for change similar to what CloudCamp did for Cloud adoption and DevopsDays for Devops.
When and Where
You can register here
DevOps Networking Forum 2016
Monday, March 14, 2016 9:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Pacific Time)
Santa Clara Convention Center
5001 Great America Pkwy
Santa Clara, California 95054
You can hit the actual speakers page here, but the here’s the short list
- Kelsey Hightower, Google,
- Kenneth Duda, Arista
- Dave Meyer, Brocade
- Anees Shaikh, Google
- Chris Young, HPE
- Leslie Carr, SFMIX
- Dinesh Dutt, Cumulus
- Petr Lapukhov, Facebook
- Matt Oswalt, keepingitclasseless
- Scott Lowe, VMware
I’ve also heard that other of a few industry notables who will be wandering the hallways as ONS starts to spin up for the week.
Yup. What an amazing list and for the low low price of $100, you can join us as well!
I’m absolutely honoured and, to be honest, a little intimidated to be sharing a spot with some of the industry luminaries who have been guiding lights personally for me in the last five years. I’m hoping to be a little education, a little entertaining, and other than that, I’ll be in the front row with a box of popcorn soaking up as much as I can from the rest of the speakers.
Hope to see you there!