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ContemplativeBeetle39
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I'm new to ClearML and I'd like to deploy an inference service based on my trained model, something like what BentoML does wrapping Flask API... is there a w...
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Hi guys, probably is just me missing something along the way: https://github.com/allegroai/clearml/issues/287 . Can you help me in understanding this point?
3 years ago
0 I'M New To Clearml And I'D Like To Deploy An Inference Service Based On My Trained Model, Something Like What Bentoml Does Wrapping Flask Api... Is There A Way To Do It Within Clearml?

GrumpyPenguin23 , AgitatedDove14 thanks for replying! basically i'm looking for a real time inference endpoint exposing a prediction API method, something like:
curl -i \ --header "Content-Type: application/json" \ --request POST \ --data '[[5.1, 3.5, 1.4, 0.2]]' \

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0 Hi Guys, Probably Is Just Me Missing Something Along The Way:

No, I changed some lines of code (e.g. the project name and the experiment name just to make a test)

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0 Hi Guys, Probably Is Just Me Missing Something Along The Way:

AgitatedDove14 thanks for your reply. Is there a way to retrieve the .py file reported in the SCRIPT PATH, as used by the Experiment?

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0 Hi Guys, Probably Is Just Me Missing Something Along The Way:

If I make some changes in the original file it gets tracked (picture below)... but what if I use a completely new and git-untracked py script?

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