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Hi, Are There Any Plans Or Already Ways To Deploy A Pipeline With Clearml-Serving To Triton? I Would Also Be Interested In The Support Of Deploying Pure Python Models Using The New Python_Backend Of Triton.

Hi, are there any plans or already ways to deploy a pipeline with clearml-serving to triton? I would also be interested in the support of deploying pure python models using the new python_backend of triton.

Posted 2 years ago
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ClumsyElephant70 , I'm not sure. There usually a roadmap provided on our community talks so it'd be great if you joined next time to see what's next 🙂

Posted 2 years ago

ClumsyElephant70 , Hi 🙂

That's an interesting question, let me check that for you

Posted 2 years ago

CostlyOstrich36 Thank you for your response, is there something like a public project roadmap?

Posted 2 years ago

ClumsyElephant70 , I understand it's possible to already combine python and Triton, however it is quite difficult to do and requires a lot of work.

We're working on making ClearML-Serving easier to use and this is one of our next plans in the to do list.

We hoped to release it earlier but got caught with some other pressing issues we had to take care of.

So to sum up the long answer, yes, it is in our plans and will be supported eventually 🙂

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