Capture the history of JupyterLab cell execution in MLflow.
InfinStor's MLflow Kernel is an essential tool for MLOps.
Captures history of the cell in the notebook, including visualizations
Vastly superior way to record development activity compared to Git.
Current methods of saving notebooks are inadequate in this day and age.
MLflow Kernel connects to an MLflow service and records all the data science activities in the notebook.
It captures the cell code, the cell output and the visualizations, and records them as MLflow artifacts.
Each cell execution is captured as a separate run.
This happens transparently, and the user doesn't have to manage the lifecycle of a run.
All the runs of these cells are grouped inside a parent run that stays alive until the life of the kernel.
A new parent run is created when the kernel is restarted.
The kernel works seamlessly with the autologging feature which is supported by many ML libraries.
The user just needs to enable autologging and everything is recorded as part of cell execution run.
MLflow Kernel can be deployed in own JupyterLab or Sagemaker Studio. For any questions, we provide free email support at email@example.com.
Following these simple steps will get the MLflow Kernel up and connected to the Infinstor’s MLflow service.
Install all required packages and setup Jupyter kernelspecs.
pip install mlflow_kernel
Install MLflow Kernel in the Jupyter kernelspecs.
python -m mlflow_kernel.install
Create a config file in the directory where the notebook is started.
Copy the content of the config as shown in the right.
The "mlflow_tracking_uri" points to the MLflow server.
For example, if you are using InfinStor’s MLflow, it would be infinstor://mlflow.free.infinstor.com
If "default_experiment_name" is not specified, the runs are created in 'default' experiment with id 0. The user should be authorized for the specified experiment or for the 'default' experiment.
MLFlow Kernel can be used with Sagemaker Studio using Infinstor’s pre-built image, which is preconfigured to connect to Infinstor’s MLFlow service.
Set up Sagemaker Studio with the kernel image URI on the right.
Follow AWS documentation for setup instructions.
The role attached to the kernel must have access to the artifact bucket.
The default artifact bucket can be found in the user's profile on the InfinStor's service dashboard.
First time notebook access on the notebook will prompt MLflow login.
Require MLflow login and password. Login is required for the first time only, and afterwards tokens are automatically refreshed.
The kernel must be restarted after the login.