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Hello! We In Our Team Are Considering An Mlops Open Source Library For Managing Our Ml Models And Clearml Is One Of The Options. Yesterday I Took The Time To Watch All 11 Introductory Videos In The Official Clearml Youtube Channel And They Are Really Amaz

Hello! We in our team are considering an MLOps open source library for managing our ML models and ClearML is one of the options. Yesterday I took the time to watch all 11 introductory videos in the official ClearML youtube channel and they are really amazing (super amazing indeed!). In our eyes, the tool seems to be one of the most feature complete of all. There are some things that I would like to ask to the community:

  • Do you use ClearML as a all-in-one solution, for all typical ML needs? It covers all important aspects, so that's why I ask.
  • How would you compare ClearML with other tools and what did you finally convinced you that it was the right choice?
  • What is what you like the most and the least of the tool? Are there some caveats/problems you have experienced?
  • ClearML does a lot of magic under the hood: have you experienced any problem with that? Or when you want to customize the behaviour, was it easy?
  • ClearML does not enforce (as far as I know) a tight project structure (like Kedro for instance), so structuring the project/workflow looks like an aspect that requires a lot of discipline. Have you had issues with that or not?Thanks in advance!
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