RAG con PromptFlow y Azure Search

Spanish Advanced DATA & AI

En esta sesión veremos como podemos desarrollar soluciones chat profesionales, personalizadas con tus datos y altamente escalables, no solamente a nivel de infraestructura sino también de diseño de solución, arquitectura en Azure y técnicas DevOps que aseguren la calidad después de llevarlo a en producción. Aprenderás como diseñar flujos RAG y otros mas complejos con Visual Studio Code y PromptFlow, tooling con python, indexación en Azure Search, crear embeddings y hacer evaluaciones masivas con Rating especifico de LLMs (coherence, fluency, groundedness y relevance).


Alejandro Almeida

Azure Lead at Prodware | Microsoft MVP

Currently work designing, giving support and training of architecture to cloud solutions in Azure. I also participate in communities giving talks as a technical evangelist and collaborate as Azure Advisor. During my 23 years of work experience had the opportunity to participate in design of large business solutions with Microsoft technologies. As a personal initiative, during my years as a full-stack developer, created the technological disclosure portal www.adslzone.net, which became an international reference site and currently has more than 12 million active users.

David Oliva

Delivery Manager in Prodware | Microsoft MVP in Developer Technologies | Azure Architect

Más de 15 años de experiencia en el sector de tecnologías de la información, principalmente involucrado en proyectos de desarrollo utilizando tecnologías Microsoft (.NET Core, Docker, Azure, Azure DevOps, ASP .NET, WPF, Silverlight, WCF, .NET, C#, Git, TFS, SQL Server, Oracle, AKS etc.).

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