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I Assume I Can Ask A Question Here. The Clearml Orchestrator Looks Interesting. But The Website Suggests That K8S Is Required. We Have A Linux Training Box (Lambdabox) Where We Want To Run Training. Can We Place The Clearml Orchestrator Agent On The M

I assume I can ask a question here. The ClearML Orchestrator looks interesting. But the website suggests that K8S is required. We have a Linux training box (LambdaBox) where we want to run training. Can we place the ClearML orchestrator agent on the machine without needing K8S?

  
  
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RobustFlamingo1 , I think this is because you looked at 'Orchestrate for DevOps' and not 'Automate for Data Scientist'. If you switch to the other option you will see no K8S is required 🙂

I am guessing that the use-case shown there would be more what you're looking for. The K8S is something for larger scale deployments when the DevOps guys set up the system to run on K8S cluster

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi RobustFlamingo1 ,
Can you point to where the website suggests that K8S is a requirement?
I use the ClearML-Agent on a local machine without any K8S. It is certainly not a requirement. From what I understand you can run it on K8S as well.

So to answer your question:
You can definitely use ClearML Orchestration (ClearML-Agent) with OR without K8S
I hope this helps 🙂

  
  
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CostlyOstrich36 Thanks for the answer!!!

  
  
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AgitatedDove14 Thank you!

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

My pleasure 😊

  
  
Posted 2 years ago

Hi RobustFlamingo1

The ClearML Orchestrator looks interesting. But the website suggests that K8S is required

No k8s is not a must, only an option 🙂

We have a Linux training box (LambdaBox) where we want to run training. Can we place the ClearML orchestrator agent on the machine without needing K8S?

Yes should be quite easy.
If you intent to use containers, make sure you have docker installed.
Then just pip install clearml-agent and configure it:
https://clear.ml/docs/latest/docs/getting_started/mlops/mlops_first_steps
wdyt?

  
  
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