KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe

Kubeflow Summit


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19 March 2024

Paris, France

Kubeflow is the MLOps platform of choice, used across the globe, by data scientists and machine learning engineers to develop and deploy models. It is a cloud-native application designed to run AI at scale.

Kubeflow Summit Europe 2024 brings together MLOPs users, enthusiasts, contributors, professionals and the Kubeflow community. During the event, we will foster collaboration, discussion and knowledge sharing about Kubeflow and its applications. This event is intended both for audiences who are new to the MLOps world and seasoned practitioners. Kubeflow Summit EU 2023 will enable you to spend time peeking under the hood of major Cloud Native Computing Foundation Kubeflow projects and broadening your knowledge about MLOps.

The event is vendor-neutral and organized by members of the community.

Registration Details

This event is one of our KubeCon + CloudNativeCon Europe CNCF-hosted Co-located Events. In-person attendees will now have the option to register for an All-Access In-Person KubeCon + CloudNativeCon pass that will include entry to ALL CNCF-hosted co-located events + KubeCon + CloudNativeCon.

Sponsor the Event

Contact sponsor@cncf.io to secure your sponsorship today! Signed contracts must be received by Wednesday, 17 January 2024!

Call For Proposals

Submit a proposal to speak! Submissions are being accepted through Sunday, 3 December 2023.

Click above to submit a proposal to speak at Kubeflow Summit, or one of the other CNCF-hosted Co-located events.

Kubeflow Summit topics include:

  • Kubeflow community updates, metrics and management
  • Use cases, verticals, best practices
  • Tool integrations, automations, end-to-end examples
  • Kubeflow for enterprise
  • Security
  • Observability
  • Data optimization for Kubeflow
  • Model training, serving and inference
  • Reproducibility, pipelines and metadata management

Submission Types:

  • Presentation: 25 minutes with 1 or 2 speakers presenting on a topic
  • Panel Discussion: 35 minutes of discussion amongst 3 to 5 speakers
  • Lightning Talk: A brief 5 minutes presentation with a maximum of 1 speaker