October 10-11 | New York, New York
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Thursday, October 11 • 2:50pm - 3:20pm
Will HAL Open the Pod Bay Doors? An (Enterprise FI) Decisioning Platform Leveraging Machine Learning - Sumit Daryani & Niraj Tank, Capital One

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In this session, Niraj and Sumit from Capital One demonstrate their work on building a real-time, streaming platform supporting a variety of decisioning applications, and talk about their journey on how the platform and tools evolved to support low latency, high throughput, scalable and fault-tolerant applications leveraging open source technologies deployed using Kubernetes container orchestration at AWS. They provide a step-by-step walkthrough of a reference solution to create, collect and process fast data streams using Apache projects NiFi, Kafka, and Flink etc. Different tools and other key components will be outlined including, automated delivery pipelines, ML model performance monitors, business dashboards and sensitive data protection. Along with the tech stack, they share tips on leveraging cloud provider resources, resulting in a more adaptable architecture and infrastructure.

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Sumit Daryani

Manager/ Architect Software Engineering, Capital One
Sumit Daryani is a software engineering manager and architect at Capital One. He works on a real-time machine learning decision platform to protect its banking platform and foster quick decisions to support the fraud strategy. Previously, Sumit was a full-stack engineer on a diverse... Read More →

Niraj Tank

Sr Manager, Software Engineering, Capital One
Niraj is a Sr. Mgr, Software Engineer at Capital One currently working on a team which has built a fast data streaming and decisioning platform for Capital One Bank. Niraj has been an engineer for past 21 years, his diverse experience ranges from developing products for startups to... Read More →

Thursday October 11, 2018 2:50pm - 3:20pm EDT
Auditorium A