MLflow Has Grown Up and Left Home, for the Linux Foundation

Lavern Vogel

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“We’ve moved MLflow into the Linux Foundation as a seller-neutral non-revenue corporation to deal with the undertaking extensive-term”

Databricks has donated its massively well-known equipment understanding framework MLflow to the non-revenue Linux Basis.

The open up supply instrument from the US enterprise (whose founders established analytics engine Apache Spark) sees an eye-ball popping 2.five million downloads a thirty day period and has 200 contributors from 100 organisations.

MLflow enables organisations to bundle their code for reproducible runs and execute hundreds of parallel experiments, across platforms. It integrates closely with Apache Spark, SciKit-Understand, TensorFlow and other open up supply ML frameworks.

You can discover extra about it in our launch create-up here…

It is the next open up supply undertaking right after Delta Lake, that the California-based business has donated to the Linux Basis — an organisation which presents support for open up-supply communities as a result of

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