MLOps: ML Flow, TFX & Helm for CI/CD deployment in ML systems and reliable monitoring of workflows in MLOps (Grafana)

This course includes:

  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 13 articles
  • 28 downloadable resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of completion

Requirements

  • No prior experience is needed. You will learn everything you need to know.

Description

This course introduces participants to MLOps concepts and best practices for deploying, evaluating, monitoring and operating production ML systems on both cloud and Edge. MLOps is a discipline focused on the deployment, testing, monitoring, and automation of ML systems in production. Machine Learning Engineering professionals use tools for continuous improvement and evaluation of deployed models. They work with Data Scientists, who develop models, to enable velocity and rigor in deploying the best performing models.

This course encompasses the following topics;

1. Introduction of Data, Machine Learning Model and Code with reference to MLOps.

2. MLOps vs DevOps.

3. Where and How to Deploy MLOps.

4. Components of MLOps.

5. Continuous X & Versioning in MLOps.

6. Experiment Tracking in MLOps.

7. Three Levels of MLOps.

8. How to Implement MLOps?

9. CRISP (Q)- ML Life Cycle Process.

10. Complete MLOps Toolbox.

11. ML Flow library for MLOps.

12. Tensor Flow Extended (TFX) for the deployment of MLOps.

13. PyCaret for the evaluation and deployment of MLOps.

14. Kubernetes as package manager for MLOps.

11. Google Cloud architectures for reliable and effective MLOps environments.

12. Working with AWS MLOps Services.

LAB Exercises with Solutions:

1. How to Deploy MLOps using Helm.

2. Make Changes with Helm.

3. Keep Track of Deployed Applications.

4. Share Helm Charts.

By the end of this course, you will be ready to:

  1. Design an ML production system end-to-end: data needs, modeling strategies, and deployment requirements.
  2. How to develop a prototype, deploy, and continuously improve a production-sized ML application.
  3. Understand data pipelines by gathering, cleaning, and validating datasets.
  4. Establish data lifecycle by leveraging data lineage.
  5. Use analytics to address model fairness and mitigate bottlenecks.
  6. Deliver deployment pipelines for model serving that require different infrastructures.
  7. Apply best practices and progressive delivery techniques to maintain a continuously operating production system.

Who this course is for:

  • Beginner students and researchers curious to know about MLOps
  • Individuals looking to enter the data and AI industry.