The Place for Everything Ray

Join us in San Francisco on August 22 for hands-on training and August 23-24 for the general summit! Get your in-person Ray Summit pass now for $100 (or $150 including training) or join us virtually.

August 23-24 | San Francisco
By Anyscale

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Highlighted Talks

What is new in Ray

Scaling AI workloads with Ray

Richard Liaw (Engineering Manager, Anyscale)
Eric Liang (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

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What's new in Ray Serve

Edward Oakes (Software Engineer, Anyscale)
Simon Mo (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

Edward Oakes
Simon Mo

A Kubernetes Ray clustering solution

Ali Kanso (Principal Software Engineer, Microsoft)
Jiaxin Shan (Software Engineer, ByteDance)

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What’s new in RLlib

Sven Mika (Machine Learning Engineer, Anyscale)
Jun Gong (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

Sven Mika
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Ray Deep Dives

Large Scale Data Shuffle in Ray with Exoshuffle

Stephanie Wang (Software Engineer, Anyscale)
Jiajun Yao (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

Stephanie Wang
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Deep dive into data ingest with AIR + Datasets

Clark Zinzow (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

Clark Zinzow

Ray Observability: Present and future

SangBin Cho (Software Engineer, Anyscale)
Ricky Xu (Software Engineer, Anyscale)

SangBin Cho
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Ray Use Cases & Ecosystem

Large-scale deep learning training and tuning with Ray at Uber

Xu Ning (Senior Engineering Manager, Uber)
Michael Mui (Staff Software Engineer, Uber AI)
Di Yu (Sr. Software Engineer, Uber Technologies, Inc.)

Xu Ning
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The Magic of Merlin: Shopify's new machine learning platform

Isaac Vidas (Machine Learning Platform Tech Lead, Shopify)

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Ray + Weights & Biases: Build and deploy real-world ML models

Lukas Biewald (CEO/Founder, Weights & Biases)

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Large-scale distributed training with TorchX and Ray

Mark Saroufim (Machine Learning Engineer, Meta)

Mark Saroufim
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Exclusive Ray Training Sessions

Ray Summit is a great opportunity to level up your Ray skills through hands-on training sessions with the builders and maintainers of Ray. We’re offering several pre-conference training sessions on August 22. Space is limited — reserve your spot now!

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Training 1:

Introduction to Ray for distributed applications

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Training 2:

Machine learning model deployment and serving with Ray Serve

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Training 3:

Introduction to reinforcement learning and RLlib

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Why Attend?

As the annual user conference for the open source Ray community, Ray Summit is a unique opportunity to enhance your Ray skills, build your professional network, and learn what's on the Ray roadmap.

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Enhance Your Skills

Extend what you can do with Ray by attending hands-on, expert-led workshops and deep dives

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Build Your Network

Mingle with the world’s top minds in distributed computing, machine learning, and AI

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Get Involved

Learn what’s on the Ray roadmap and connect with the builders and maintainers of Ray and Ray libraries

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Come connect with the global community of thinkers and disruptors who are building and deploying the next generation of AI and ML applications.

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Celebrate the Ray community

Get ready for our epic community bash at the Art of Tinkering exhibit at the San Francisco Exploratorium on August 23 from 5:30 to 9:30 p.m. Come explore, play, and celebrate with the Ray Community. This is an exclusive opportunity to experience this amazing interactive exhibition before it closes in September.

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Join the Conversation

Ready to get involved in the Ray community before the conference? Ask a question in the forums. Open a pull request. Or share why you’re excited with the hashtag #RaySummit on Twitter.