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Machine learning system design pattern

This repository contains system design patterns for training, serving and operation of machine learning systems in production.

Objectives

The main objective of this document is to explain system patterns for designing machine learning system in production.
This document is not the design patterns for developing machine learning model to achieve certain performance in accuracy, though some columns may refer to those use-cases.

Prerequisites

All of the ML system patterns are designed to be deployed on a public cloud or a Kubernetes cluster. The document tries not to be dependent on a certain programming language or platform as possible, though since Python is the most major language for the machine learning technology, most of the patterns can be developed with Python.

For reading

Please refer below for reading:
GitHub Pages

Patterns

Serving patterns

The serving patterns are a series of system designs for using machine learning models in production workflow.

QA patterns

Pattens to evaluate model as well as prediction server.

Training patterns

Patterns to construct training pipeline.

Operation patterns

The operation patterns contain configuration, logging, monitoring and alerting system designs for machine learning system.

Lifecycle patterns

The lifecycle patterns contain composition of several patterns to realize actual ML system with operation.


Committers

Contribution

For adding a new pattern, please use template_design.md as a template, and raise an issue and later PR.
For adding a new antipattern, please use template_antipattern.md as a template, and raise an issue and later PR.
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License

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Licensed under the MIT License.