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Hi All, We Are About To Setup The Ml Infra On One Of The Ongoing Projects Where We Used Clearml Server For Cv Models Training. The Parts Of The Infra Should Be:

Hi all,
We are about to setup the ML infra on one of the ongoing projects where we used ClearML server for CV models training. The parts of the infra should be:

  • Training- Execution of a set of complex pre-processing pipelines that extracts data from the PDF files and prepares it for the model training. Where each new data batch should be added to previously split train/test/val datasets only once.
  • Run model training (we are about to use AWS GPU instances for that).
  • Run the validation module that inference a newly trained model on some cases verifying it provides accurate predictions + plus metrics check.
  • If the validation passed successfully deploys the model into production.- Inference- The inference steps would also be pretty the same as for training with complex pre-processing of large PDFs, so it's not merely a model inference (we used lambdas + sagemaker on other projects for that)
    Now, I'm wondering, if it's possible to do this all nicely via ClearML?
    Previously we were doing all of that via GitLab + AWS.
    The main concern in switching to ClearML is probably sophisticated preprocessing step for the inference. I just don't know how much the model serving is flexible in ClearML.

Would appreciate any guidance and materials you might have for reading. I already passed through the case studies and found this one particularly useful but did get a grasp on why there is a need for two orchestrators at a time (GitLab + ClearML).

Thank you!

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Hi @<1666253626772819968:profile|SmoggyDog77> , this is indeed a very interesting and somewhat complicated use-case! I think ClearML can support all of your current needs and any that might rise in the future.

I would suggest to contact ClearML directly to get a better idea of how ClearML can assist your MLOps efforts.

The suggested method from my experience would be via the contact form - None

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