An Open Source Infrastructure for PyTorch

In this talk we’ll go over tools and techniques to deploy PyTorch in production. The PyTorch organization maintains and supports open source tools for efficient inference like pytorch/serve, job management pytorch/torchx and streaming datasets like pytorch/data. This talk will give an overview of the tools we use both internally at Meta and recommend externally for easy MLops that can scale to hundreds of machines.


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Mark Saroufim

Applied AI Engineer @Meta

Mark is an Applied AI engineer in the Business Engineering group at Meta who spends most of his time maintaining or contributing to github.com/pytorch/{serve,pytorch,torchx,data,examples}. He's passionate about building in the open and even more passionate about online communities. 

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