Prashant Tyagi

My name is Prashant Tyagi. I have over 20 years of strong IT industry experience in designing and delivering cost - effective, high-performance information technology infrastructures and applications to address complex business problems by assessing the current capabilities and designing future technology architectures to achieve strategic objectives that align with the businesses goals and initiatives. I have hands on experience with Cloud services delivery strategies and strong experience with implementations of Private Cloud Deployment models, Process Automations, Hybrid-Cloud, Data Integration, Data Access, Event Driven Serverless Architectures, Cloud Data and Business Intelligence and Analytics, Open Source Innovative Tools, Infrastructure as a Code, AI and ML, DevOps and Data Ops. I also have extensive knowledge and experience in adopting SAFe, Agile & traditional Waterfall SDLC Project methodologies and in-depth knowledge in all facets of project life cycle, from the initial feasibility analysis and conceptual design through documentation, implementation, user training and enhancement.
— I hold Bachelor of Computer Science Degree from M.J.P. Rohilkhand University. I am also a certified Professional Scrum Master (PSM_1), SAFe 4 Certified Scrum Master and SAFe Certified Agilist.
— I have contributed to Peer-reviewed journals like IJCTT (International Journal of Computer Trends and Technologies), International Journal of Computer Organization and Trends(IJCOT), Scientific and Academic Publishing (SAP). I am a vivid contributor to several technical professional organizations and an active member of these organizations like BCS Professional Member, IEEE Senior Member, IEEE Computer Society, IEEE Cloud Computing Community, IEEE, Enterprise Architecture, IEEE Computer Society Technical Community, Data Engineering, IEEE Computer Society Technical Committee, IT in Practice, IEEE Computer Society Special Technical Community just to name a few.
  • Tagline: Cloud Technology Enthusiast with over 20 plus years of IT experience in designing, and delivering of cost - effective, high-performance information technology infrastructures and applications to address complex business problems by assessing current capabilities and designing future technology architectures to achieve technology plans that align with the strategic businesses initiatives.

Finding the Optimal Value of Hyperparameters through Grid Search

Summary This article aims at demystifying what grid search is and how we can use to obtain optimal values of our model parameters. It would be highly beneficial for the reader if the prequels to this article are read to gain a holistic understanding of the various techniques that can be used in optimizing the […]

2021-06-07 (first published: )

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Dimensionality Reduction Techniques - PCA, Kernel-PCA and LDA Using Python

Summary In this article, we will be looking at some of the useful techniques on how to reduce dimensionality in our datasets. When we talk about dimensionality,  we are referring to the number of columns in our dataset assuming that we are working on a tidy and a clean dataset. When we have many columns […]

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