Traceability & Reproducibility

Author: Vechtomova Maria In the context of MLOps, traceability is the ability to trace the history of data, code for training and prediction, model artifacts, and environment used in development and deployment. Reproducibility is the ability to reproduce the same... View article

The Minimum Set of Must-Haves for MLOps

Author: Başak Tuğçe Eskili In the previous article we introduced MLOps maturity assessment. That assessment can also be interpreted as MLOps standards, a checklist for ML models before they go to production. It is highly recommended to include these standards as part of... View article

MLOps Maturity Assessment

Author: Vechtomova Maria As more and more companies rely on machine learning to run their daily operations, it’s becoming important to adopt MLOps best practices. However, it can be hard to find structured information on what those best practices actually... View article

Machine Learning Engineering and Operations

Author: Segun Adelowo Based on my experience here is a summary for individuals interested in getting started in Machine Learning Engineering and Machine Learning Operations and who want to improve their skills. Content: O Model, where is thy value? ML... View article


A Gentle Introduction to Backend Monitoring

Everything you need to know if you don’t have production experience If you are a developer or data scientist without production experience, this article is for you. I will give you a hands-on introduction to the foundations of backend monitoring... View article

Data Engineering

MLOps is 98% Data Engineering.

MLOps emerged as a new category of tools for managing data infrastructure, specifically for ML use cases with the main assumption being that ML has unique needs. After a few years and with the hype gone, it has become apparent that MLOps overlap more with Data Engineering than most people believed. Let’s see why and what that means for the MLOps ecosystem.... View article


The emergence of the full-stack ML engineer

This blog was written by Prassanna Ganesh Ravishankar, Senior Machine Learning Software Engineer at Papercup. A bit of history “In the beginning was the code” (nice TED talk here). Way back in the 1980s, the client-server programming paradigm came into being. This changed... View article