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Wednesday, March 20 • 17:25 - 18:00
The Data Pipelines Behind Forest Carbon Credits – Why Pachama Uses Flyte to Orchestrate Workflows - Bernhard Stadlbauer, Pachama

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Navigating the current landscape of carbon credit projects demands a commitment to transparency and openness in carbon credit computation methods, particularly in the face of growing skepticism towards forest-based initiatives. The essence of trust lies in establishing a clear data lineage, tracing the journey from earth observations, such as satellite imagery, all the way to the generation of carbon credits. This talk is a case study on how Pachama uses Flyte — a Kubernetes-native workflow orchestrator — to handle complex data and machine learning pipelines. Key highlights of this session include: 1. Introduction to Flyte 2. Flyte's Workload Management in Kubernetes 3. Pachama's Flyte Configuration 4. Lessons Learned and Common Pitfalls 5. Comparison to Other Orchestrators Such As Argo or Kubeflow

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Bernhard Stadlbauer

Staff Data Engineer, Pachama
Bernhard works as a Staff Data Engineer at Pachama, focusing on bringing transparency to the Forest Carbon market. With a genuine love for open source, he actively contributes to the technical steering committee for Flyte, a Kubernetes Native workflow orchestrator. Outside of work... Read More →



Wednesday March 20, 2024 17:25 - 18:00 CET
Pavilion 7 | Level 7.1 | Room C
  ML/AI + Data Processing + Storage