Models are temporary, pipelines are forever.

Train, Evaluate, Deploy, Repeat. Valohai is the only MLOps platform that automates everything from data extraction to model deployment.

ML Pipeline

End-to-end ML pipelines

Automate everything from data extraction to model deployment.

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Model Library

Model library

Store every single model, experiment and artifact automatically.

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Model Deployment

Model deployment

Deploy and monitor models in a managed Kubernetes cluster.

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Managed MLOps

Managed MLOps

Point to your code & data and hit run. Valohai launches workers, runs your experiments and shuts down the instances for you.

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Integrate anywhere

Integrate everywhere

Develop through notebooks, scripts or shared git projects in any language or framework. Expand endlessly through our open API.

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Teamwork boosters

Full reproducibility

Automatically track each experiment and trace back from inference to the original training data. Everything fully auditable and shareable.

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Latest blog posts

Managing AI Products: Feasibility, Desirability and Viability

Henrik Skogström / January 17, 2022

Product management is as massive a topic as machine learning so let's start with a fundamental question. When is it worthwhile to develop an AI product? A helpful tool most PMs have seen for this is the Sweet Spot for Innovation that IDEO popularized.

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Running Weights & Biases Experiments on Valohai Pipelines

Eikku Koponen / January 14, 2022

Sometimes it is hard to combine the world of experimenting and the more dev-oriented world of data science with robust pipelines and modular work. This example combines Weights and Biases experiments with Valohai's production pipelines.

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Git for Data Science: What every data scientist should know about Git

Juha Kiili / January 04, 2022

Git is a tool most software developers have used daily for a decade, and with data scientists becoming an integral part of R&D teams, Git is every day for them as well. We've listed a few helpful tips on using Git for your ML work and avoiding the common pitfalls.

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Data-Centric AI and How to Adopt This Approach

Eikku Koponen and Jean-Emmanuel Wattier / December 20, 2021

The data you have, is, if not the most, at least close to the most valuable asset you’ve got when creating AI systems. So in practice, what can you do to embrace more data-centric AI then? We have prepared some simple steps for you to keep in mind and implement.

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