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Hi All, Is There Any Kind Of Clearml Adapter For Mlflow? I'M Talking About The Dozens Of Awesome Integrations With Mlflow That Allow You To Easily Log Artifacts, Visuals, Etc. To Mlflow Without Any Any Lines Of Code. Does Clearml Have It'S Own Competing

Hi all, is there any kind of ClearML adapter for MLFlow? I'm talking about the dozens of awesome integrations with MLFlow that allow you to easily log artifacts, visuals, etc. to MLFlow without any any lines of code.

Does ClearML have it's own competing extensions framework?

To me it would be sad if it did. I'm actually using BentoML at work right now which has it's own model registry solution, but one design choice they made was to make their model storage/logging format compatible with MLFlow so that you don't have to change your code or systems to interoperate with whichever model registry you choose of those two.

  
  
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Hi @<1541954607595393024:profile|BattyCrocodile47> , ClearML actually has it's own automagic binding that connects to various frameworks automatically, see here for more details

  
  
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Hey, thanks for responding!

Does there happen to be ClearML auto-logging... for MLFlow? That would make it super easy for us to migrate our existing training/batch inference jobs to ClearML 😄

  
  
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