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Is There A Way To Serve A Model Via The Sdk Or Rest Api? I Want To Programmatically Serve The Model After Finishing Training It Via The Pipeline. Or Is It A Bad Practice To Do So, Hence Why It'S Not Really Exposed?

Is there a way to serve a model via the SDK or REST API? I want to programmatically serve the model after finishing training it via the Pipeline. Or is it a bad practice to do so, hence why it's not really exposed?

Posted 11 months ago
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Hi @<1567321739677929472:profile|StoutGorilla30> , this is a good question. I would assume that the CLI tool uses API calls under the hood. I think you can either look at the code and see what is being sent or simply do CLI commands from the code

Posted 11 months ago

ah alright. I can look in that direction, thanks

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