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Hi Community, I’Ve Just Posted My First Blog Post About Mlops. I Am Open To Any Suggestions.

Hi community,
I’ve just posted my first blog post about MLOps.
I am open to any suggestions.


Posted one year ago
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Here's my two cents worth.
I thought its really nice to start off the topic highlighting 'pipelines', its unfortunately one of the most missed component when ppl start off with ML work. Your article mentioned about drfits and how MLOps process covered it. I thought there are 2 more components that was important and deserves some mention.Retraining pipelines. ML engineers tend not to give much thought to how they want to transit a training pipeline in development to a automated retraining pipeline in production. Personally i feel the export/import process of the above should be seamless. Model Robustness Testing. Against the so many vulnerabilities such as Adversarial attacks, Biasness, Explanability...etc. I would imagine a Robustness Testing Pipeline in the MLOps process to be an important one as well. The problem is, this area is so nascent, with no industrial standards. What technique is right?

Posted one year ago

Hi. nice read. Your permalink is wrong though, here's the right one.

Posted one year ago

Only today I've saw your comments (did not get notified for some reason)
Thanks for you suggestions

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