MLflow is an MLOps tool that enables data scientist to quickly productionize their Machine Learning projects. To achieve this, MLFlow has four major components which are Tracking, Projects, Models, and Registry. MLflow lets you train, reuse, and deploy models with any library and package them into reproducible steps.

MLflow is designed to work with any machine learning library and require minimal changes to integrate into an existing codebase.

In this video, learn the common pain points of machine learning developers such as tracking experiments, reproducibility, deployment tool and model versioning.

Here’s an exceptional conversation with Yaron, co-founder, and CTO of Iguazio.

Yaron shares the challenges that still exists in developing Machine Learning based product for production, how having variety of data matters, how the platform supports performance at scale and enables real-time use cases and how Iguazio is fully integrated with Azure ML Studio, Microsoft Azure’s Event Hubs, and Azure IoT Hub, making it easy for customers to develop AI models on Azure cloud and deploy them rapidly with real-time performance at scale – on cloud or at the intelligent edge.

This video is continuation of “Automated Production Ready ML at Scale” in last Spark AI Summit at Europe.

In this session you will learn about how H&M evolves reference architecture covering entire MLOps stack addressing a few common challenges in AI and Machine learning product, like development efficiency, end to end traceability, speed to production, etc.

This architecture has been adapted by multiple product teams managing 100”s of models across the entire H&M value chain and enables data scientists to develop model in a highly interactive environment, enable engineers to manage large scale model training and model serving pipeline with fully traceability.

In the last several months, MLflow has introduced significant platform enhancements that simplify machine learning lifecycle management.

Expanded autologging capabilities, including a new integration with scikit-learn, have streamlined the instrumentation and experimentation process in MLflow Tracking.

Additionally, schema management functionality has been incorporated into MLflow Models, enabling users to seamlessly inspect and control model inference APIs for batch and real-time scoring. 

Taking deep learning models to production and doing so reliably is one of the next frontiers of MLOps.

With the advent of Redis modules and the availability of C APIs for the major deep learning frameworks, it is now possible to turn Redis into a reliable runtime for deep learning workloads, providing a simple solution for a model serving microservice.

RedisAI is shipped with several cool features such as support for multiple frameworks, CPU and GPU backend, auto batching, DAGing, and soon will be with automatic monitoring abilities. In this talk, we’ll explore some of these features of RedisAI and see how easy it is to integrate MLflow and RedisAI to build an efficient productionization pipeline.

[Originally aired as part of the Data+AI Online Meetup (https://www.meetup.com/data-ai-online/) and Bay Area MLflow meetup]

Sascha Dittmann has created a series of videos I’m showing how to get started with DevOps for Machine Learning (MLOps) on Microsoft Azure.

In the second video of this 5-part series, you’ll discover how to connect Azure DevOps to your Azure Subscription, as well as create and configure Azure Machine Learning Services from your DevOps pipeline.

If you haven’t yet seen the first video in this series, it’s here on Frank’s World and on YouTube.  

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The GitHub repo with the example code I used: https://github.com/SaschaDittmann/MLOps-Lab

Azure DevOps: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/devops/

Azure Machine Learning Service: https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/machine-learning-service/

Azure Machine Learning CLI Extension: https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/machine-learning/service/reference-azure-machine-learning-cli

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#MLOps #DevOpsForMachineLearning #AzureMLIn this series of videos I’m showing how to get started with DevOps for Machine Learning (MLOps) on Microsoft Azure.

In the second video of this 5-part series, you’ll discover how to connect Azure DevOps to your Azure Subscription, as well as create and configure Azure Machine Learning Services from your DevOps pipeline.

If you haven’t yet seen the first video in this series, I strongly recommend that you do so:

Subscribe for more free data analytics videos:
https://www.youtube.com/saschadittmann?sub_confirmation=1
And don’t forget to click the bell so you don’t miss anything.

Share this video with a YouTuber friend:

If you enjoyed this video help others enjoy it by adding captions in your native language:
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Watch my most recent upload: http://bit.ly/2OihAlj

Recommended links to learn more about DevOps for Machine Learning (MLOps):

The GitHub repo with the example code I used:
https://github.com/SaschaDittmann/MLOps-Lab

Azure DevOps:
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/devops/

Azure Machine Learning Service:
https://azure.microsoft.com/en-us/services/machine-learning-service/

Azure Machine Learning CLI Extension:
https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/azure/machine-learning/service/reference-azure-machine-learning-cli

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#MLOps #DevOpsForMachineLearning #AzureML

Sascha Dittmann shows us how to get started with DevOps for Machine Learning (MLOps) on Microsoft Azure in this first in a series of videos.

In the first video of this 5-part series, you’ll discover how to create an Azure DevOps project, import sample machine learning code and create a DevOps pipeline to process simple Data Quality Checks.I use services like Azure DevOps and Azure Machine Learning Services for this challenge.

As hard as it is for data scientists to tag data and develop accurate machine learning models, managing models in production can be even more daunting.

Spotting model drift, retraining models with updated data sets, improving performance, and maintaining the underlying technology platforms are all important data science practices.

Without these disciplines, models can produce erroneous results that significantly impact business. The lesson here is that new obstacles emerge once machine learning models are deployed to production and used in business processes.

Developing production-ready models is no easy feat. According to one machine learning study, 55 percent of companies had not deployed models into production, and 40 percent or more require more than 30 days to deploy one model. Success brings new challenges, and 41 percent of respondents acknowledge the difficulty of versioning machine learning models and reproducibility.

ONNX Runtime inference engine is capable of executing ML models in different HW environments, taking advantage of the neural network acceleration capabilities.

Microsoft and Xilinx worked together to integrate ONNX Runtime with the VitisAI SW libraries for executing ONNX models in the Xilinx U250 FPGAs. We are happy to introduce the preview release of this capability today.

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