You have an ML model that you want to deploy to production. Excellent! Before you forge ahead with deploying your model to production you’ll first need to answer a question, and then make an important decision.
Jupyter notebooks and their derivatives, including Jupyter Lab, Google Colab, Hex and DeepNote are great for developing and training machine learning models.
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Innovation in ML frameworks and ML models is only accelerating. The best teams commit themselves to building ML platforms that allow them to rapidly experiment with and deploy new ML model types.
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In this blog post take a look at what a machine learning model deployment strategy is, why it is important to have one, and the different types of ML model deployment strategies you should consider.
ML model deployment can seem like an onerous process, especially for teams with limited engineering resources. We’ve spoken to hundreds of data science teams to lay out the 9 key questions you need to ask when you’re ready to deploy your ML model into production. And yes, all 9 are super important.