Deploy an AI model on Azure Kubernetes Service with the AI toolchain operator

Thai Intermediate AI & Machine Learning

Learn how to efficiently deploy your AI models on Azure Kubernetes Service (AKS) with the help of the AI toolchain operator. This guide provides step-by-step instructions to leverage the power of AKS for scalable, secure, and manageable AI model deployment, making it easier for developers and data scientists to bring their machine learning solutions to life in a cloud environment.


Sirinat Paphatsirinatthi

Microsoft MVP and HashiCorp Ambassador

Sirinat is an experienced Software Engineer who is passionate in Cloud Native Technology and Site Reliability Engineering. He has experienced from building Mobile Applications to Large Scale Event-Driven Micro-services. He has been involved in the top leading financial services in Thailand and help them migrate more than one hundred apps to Kubernetes. He was also the lead cloud native architect to design a large scalable architecture for the top online retails store in Thailand which supports a huge traffic in many events such as 9.9, and 7.7. Aside from the work, he is a co-founder of Cloud Native Bangkok community which is the first Cloud Native community in Thailand and this group is a part of Azure Tech Group.

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