After you finish the step-by-step tutorial, you’ll have built a recommendation engine on open technologies that helps boost engagement and/or revenue by recommending highly relevant products, videos, music, movies, or even other users. It will be customized to your data and business logic, and you will be able to modify and improve upon it any time you need.
You will be able to run your recommendation engine in the Amazon Web Services (AWS) cloud on Mortar’s platform, refreshing your recommendations frequently.
That’s a brief rundown of what's involved in building a recommendation engine on Mortar. This tutorial breaks the process down into clear, sequential steps so that you'll always know where you are in the process and what comes next.
This tutorial is written assuming that you are reading data from Amazon S3 and ultimately writing recommendations out to DynamoDB. However, the recommendation engine is extremely flexible and works with many other data sources and targets. Throughout this tutorial you will see sections like:
These sections will provide additional details or examples for integrating with other technologies.
Ready to get started? The first thing you'll want to do is quickly explore How Mortar Works.