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Hi All, We’Re Interested In Using Trains For A New Ml Project. This Project Is An Early Proof Of Concept So We’D Like To Start With The Open Source Version. One Question We’Re Finding Difficult To Answer Is: What Tools Do People Successfully Combine With

Hi all,
We’re interested in using trains for a new ML project. This project is an early proof of concept so we’d like to start with the open source version.
One question we’re finding difficult to answer is: what tools do people successfully combine with the open source edition of trains to make a full end to end mlops stack?
As I understand it the open source version doesn’t include data versioning or deployment.
So we are considering https://terminusdb.com/ or https://www.pachyderm.com/ for data versioning.
And perhaps https://www.cortex.dev/ or https://www.bentoml.org/ or pachderm again for the model serving/deployment.
We’re currently still exploring so are open to other tooling, but what we particularly don’t know is how well these (or other options) play alongside trains.
If anyone is willing to share some experiences it’d be much appreciated!

  
  
Posted 3 years ago
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Thanks AgitatedDove14 !
That’s really helpful, and the support for structured data sounds like it’d be great for us.
Seldon looks really good, but is too pricy at the moment for this project, so I think we probably need to setup a server and have a play around at integrating some of the open source model serving options and see how they work in practice.
But it would still be really useful to hear what has worked for anyone else in a similar situation?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Ha! Perfect!
I look forward to having a look.
Thanks AgitatedDove14 !

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

EnchantingWorm39 you have great timing ;)

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Hi AgitatedDove14 ,
Do you have any updates on
We plan to soon have a solution for structured data as part of the open sourcewhich you mentioned above?

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

Hi EnchantingWorm39
Great question!
Regrading the data management, I know the enterprise edition has full support for unstructured data, and we plan to soon have a solution for structured data as part of the open source (soon= hopefully in a month time)
Regrading model serving, I know you can integrate with TFServing or seldon with very little effort (usually the challenge is creating triggers etc, but but in most cases this is custom code anyhow 🙂 )
I do not have experience with Cortex/BentoML, but from the documentation it seems it will be super easy to integrate with Trains.
I hope it helps 🙂

  
  
Posted 3 years ago

releasing today 🙂

  
  
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