Seamlessly automating the journey from training to production, ZenML's new NLP project template offers a comprehensive MLOps solution for teams deploying Huggingface models to AWS Sagemaker endpoints. With its focus on reproducibility, scalability, and best practices, the template simplifies the integration of NLP models into workflows, complete with lineage tracking and various deployment options.
A critical security vulnerability has been identified in ZenML versions prior to 0.46.7. This vulnerability potentially allows unauthorized users to take ownership of ZenML accounts through the user activation feature.
Deploying Huggingface models to AWS Sagemaker endpoints typically only requires a few lines of code. However, there's a growing demand to not just deploy, but to seamlessly automate the entire flow from training to production with comprehensive lineage tracking. ZenML adeptly fills this niche, providing an end-to-end MLOps solution for Huggingface users wishing to deploy to Sagemaker.
We decided to explore how the emerging technologies around Large Language Models (LLMs) could seamlessly fit into ZenML's MLOps workflows and standards. We created and deployed a Slack bot to provide community support.
Learn how to use ZenML pipelines and BentoML to easily deploy machine learning models, be it on local or cloud environments. We will show you how to train a model using ZenML, package it with BentoML, and deploy it to a local machine or cloud provider. By the end of this post, you will have a better understanding of how to streamline the deployment of your machine learning models using ZenML and BentoML.