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From Swapnil M Mane <>
Subject Re: ApacheCon NA in Las Vegas talks
Date Thu, 18 Apr 2019 05:06:16 GMT
Thanks Serge, the topics are looking very good.
All the very best!

- Best Regards,
Swapnil M Mane

On Thu, Apr 18, 2019 at 1:03 AM Serge Huber <> wrote:

> Hello all, I've just submitted the two following talks for ApacheCon NA in
> Las Vegas :
> Titles
>    1.
>    Customer segmentation and personalization in websites/PWAs using
>    Apache Unomi
>    2.
>    Adding AI to customer segmentation using Apache Unomi and Apache
>    PredictionIO
> Abstracts
>    1.
>    In this session, you will learn all that’s new with Apache Unomi, the
>    open source Customer Data platform (that graduated this year) based on the
>    Apache Karaf runtime, and all that’s happened since the last ApacheCon. You
>    will discover how to easily integrate it with an existing website or
>    SPA/PWA using its built-in web tracker, how to build customer segments and
>    how to use the API to personalize the experience for your users. You’ll
>    also learn how you can extend it to do almost anything, using either the
>    built-in rules engine or your own plugins. You will also discover the new
>    Docker compatibility and the upcoming GraphQL API. Finally, you’ll learn
>    what’s next and how you can help the project.
>    2.
>    Apache Unomi is a Customer Data Platform that is easy to extend as it
>    uses the Apache Karaf runtime. In this session, you will discover how to
>    integrate Unomi with Apache PredictionIO to be able to leverage artificial
>    intelligence algorithms to recommend segments or products to users as they
>    interact with websites. Of course, as all of this will be bleeding-edge
>    stuff, expect plenty of last-minute drama, half-finished code and hopefully
>    some fun demos.
> I can still adjust the abstracts so if you have any comments/suggestions
> let me know.
> Regards,
>   Serge...

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