One of the core values of Tikal — the software engineering agency I’m working with — is Mentorship. Mentorship in general is one of my core values in life too. I could attribute many, if not all of my greatest achievements in recent years to ideas I’ve learned from my mentors, and actions I took to implement them.
In this post I will focus on the professional aspect of that. More specifically I will focus on a process called “The Roadmap” in Tikal. It’s only part of the whole mentorship picture, but surely a significant one.
The Roadmap is a…
TLDR; I’m looking for a way to provide Data Scientists with tools to deploy a growing number of models independently, with minimal Engineering and DevOps efforts for each deployment. After considering several model serving solutions, I found Seldon Core to be the most suitable for this project’s needs
I’m currently building an ML based system for my client.
To give you a simplified context without getting too much into the details — the goal of the ML system is to help the main business system by providing real time predictions based on trained NLP models:
One of our clients approached me with the following story: