Practical Data Science with Amazon Sagemaker

Price

$850.00 (AUD) $850.00 (NZD) $850.00 (SGD)

Duration

1 Day

Modality

Live Online

Course code

AWS-PDSASM

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Course Overview

In this course, learn how to solve a real-world use case with machine learning and produce actionable results using Amazon SageMaker.

This course teaches you how to use Amazon SageMaker to cover the different stages of the typical data science process, from analyzing and visualizing a data set, to preparing the data and feature engineering, down to the practical aspects of model building, training, tuning and deployment. 

Course Objectives

In this course, you will learn how to:

  • Apply Amazon SageMaker to a specific use case and dataset
  • Practice all the steps of the typical data science process
  • Visualize and understand the dataset
  • Explore how the attributes of the dataset relate to each other
  • Prepare the dataset for training
  • Use built-in algorithms
  • Train models with Amazon SageMaker using built-in algorithms
  • Explore results and performance of the model, and demonstrate how it can be tuned and executed outside of SageMaker
  • Run predictions on a batch of data with Amazon SageMaker
  • Deploy a model to an endpoint in Amazon SageMaker for real- time predictions
  • Learn how to configure an endpoint for serving predictions at scale
  • Understand Hyperparameter Optimization (HPO) with Amazon SageMaker to find optimal model parameters
  • Understand how to perform A/B model testing using Amazon SageMaker
  • Perform the domain-specific cost of errors analysis to further tune 


Target Audience

This course is intended for:

  • Data science practitioners
  • Machine learning practitioners
  • Developers and engineers
  • Systems architects. 

Prerequisites

We recommend that attendees of this course have the following knowledge and experience:

  • Experience with Python programming language
  • Familiarity with NumPy and Pandas Python libraries is a plus
  • Familiarity with fundamental machine learning algorithms
  • Familiarity with productionizing machine learning models 


Target Audience

This course is intended for:

  • Data science practitioners
  • Machine learning practitioners
  • Developers and engineers
  • Systems architects. 

Prerequisites

We recommend that attendees of this course have the following knowledge and experience:

  • Experience with Python programming language
  • Familiarity with NumPy and Pandas Python libraries is a plus
  • Familiarity with fundamental machine learning algorithms
  • Familiarity with productionizing machine learning models 


Topics Covered

  • Analyzing and visualizing a dataset
  • Model building, training, tuning and deployment
  • Preparing the data and feature engineering

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