kandi X-RAY | cloudml Summary
kandi X-RAY | cloudml Summary
Transparent provisioning of cloud resources and deployment of cloud applications. For more details on how to use CloudML please have a look at our Wiki page. ##License## Licensed under the GNU LESSER GENERAL PUBLIC LICENSE.
Top functions reviewed by kandi - BETA
- Create a new instance
- Create an OSVHardDisk
- Create role list
- Create configuration set
- Execute the switch
- Set a property on an object
- Convert a value to an object
- Create a VM instance
- Find a product offer
- Adds a security group
- Entry point for a daemon
- Gets the environment ids of an environment
- Fire a CloudM command
- Opens a DB instance
- Create an image of the specified VM instance
- Handle a CloudM command
- Execute the query
- Execute the crossref expression
- Executes the crossref query
- Handle a mouse released event
- Create a runtime instance from a VM instance
- Execute the VM
- Create a VM instance
- Create an environment
- Handle the deployment
- Execute remove
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Trending Discussions on cloudml
I trained a XGBoost model using AI Platform as here.
Now I have the choice in the Console to download the model, as follows (but not Deploy it, since "Only models trained with built-in algorithms can be deployed from this page"). So, I click to download.
However, in the bucket the only file I see is a tar, as follows.
That tar (directory tree follows) holds only some training code, and not a
model.joblib, or other such model file.
Where do I find
model.bst or the like, which I can deploy?
Following the answer, below, we see that the "Download model" button is misleading as it sends us to the job directory, not the output directory (which is set arbitrarily in the codel the model is at
ANSWERAnswered 2021-May-28 at 05:48
Only in-build algorithms automatically store the model in Google Cloud storage.
In your case, you have a custom training application. You have to take care of saving the model on your own.
Referring to your example this is implemented as listed here.
The model is uploaded to Google Cloud Storage using the cloud storage client.
I'm trying to launch a training job on Google AI Platform with a custom container. As I want to use GPUs for the training, the base image I've used for my container is:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Mar-11 at 01:05
The suggested way to build the most reliable container is to use the officially maintained 'Deep Learning Containers'. I would suggest pulling 'gcr.io/deeplearning-platform-release/tf2-gpu.2-4'. This should already have CUDA, CUDNN, GPU Drivers, and TF 2.4 installed & tested. You'll just need to add your code into it.
Am currently trying to deploy a custom model to AI platform by following https://cloud.google.com/ai-platform/prediction/docs/deploying-models#gcloud_1. which is based on a combination of the pre-trained model from 'Pytorch' and 'torchvision.transform'. Currently, I keep getting below error which happens to be related to 500MB constraint on custom prediction.
ERROR: (gcloud.beta.ai-platform.versions.create) Create Version failed. Bad model detected with error: Model requires more memory than allowed. Please try to decrease the model size and re-deploy. If you continue to experience errors, please contact support.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jan-30 at 17:52
Got this fixed by a combination of few things. I stuck to 4gb CPU MlS1 machine and custom predictor routine (<500MB).
- Install the libraries using setup.py parameter but instead of parsing just the package name and it's version, add correct torch wheel (ideally <100 mb).
I am trying to build an app where the user is able to upload a file to cloud storage. This would then trigger a model training process (and predicting later on). Initially I though I could do this with cloud functions/pubsub and cloudml, but it seems that cloud functions are not able to trigger gsutil commands which is needed for cloudml.
Is my only option to enable cloud-composer and attach GPUs to a kubernetes node and create a cloud function that triggers a dag to boot up a pod on the node with GPUs and mounting the bucket with the data? Seems a bit excessive but I can't think of another way currently....
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-16 at 12:44
You're correct. As for now, there's no possibility to execute
gsutil command from a Google Cloud Function:
Cloud Functions can be written in Node.js, Python, Go, and Java, and are executed in language-specific runtimes.
I really like your second approach with triggering the DAG. Another idea that comes to my mind is to interact with GCP Virtual Machines within Cloud Composer through the Python operator by using the Compute Engine Pyhton API. You can find more information in automating infrastructure and taking a deep technical dive into the core features of Cloud Composer here.
Another solution that you can think of is Kubeflow, which aims to make running ML workloads on Kubernetes. Kubeflow adds some resources to your cluster to assist with a variety of tasks, including training and serving models and running Jupyter Notebooks. Please, have a look on Codelabs tutorial.
I hope you find the above pieces of information useful.
I am trying to follow this tutorial: https://firstname.lastname@example.org/training-a-keras-model-on-google-cloud-ml-cb831341c196
to upload and train a Keras model on Google Cloud Platform, but I can't get it to work.
Right now I have downloaded the package from GitHub, and I have created a cloud environment with AI-Platform and a bucket for storage.
I am uploading the files (with the suggested folder structure) to my Cloud Storage bucket (basically to the root of my storage), and then trying the following command in the cloud terminal:...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jan-21 at 15:40
I got it to work halfway now by not uploading the files but just running the upload commands from cloud at my local terminal... however there was an error during it running ending in "job failed"
Seems it was trying to import something from the TensorFlow backend called "from tensorflow.python.eager import context" but there was an ImportError: No module named eager
I have tried "pip install tf-nightly" which was suggested at another place, but it says I don't have permission or I am loosing the connection to cloud shell(exactly when I try to run the command).
I have also tried making a virtual environment locally to match that on gcloud (with Conda), and have made an environment with Conda with Python=3.5, Tensorflow=1.14.0 and Keras=2.2.5, which should be supported for gcloud.
The python program works fine in this environment locally, but I still get the (ImportError: No module named eager) when trying to run the job on gcloud.
I am putting the flag --python-version 3.5 when submitting the job, but when I write the command "Python -V" in the google cloud shell, it says Python=2.7. Could this be the issue? I have not fins a way to update the python version with the cloud shell prompt, but it says google cloud should support python 3.5. If this is anyway the issue, any suggestions on how to upgrade python version on google cloud?
It is also possible to manually there a new job in the google cloud web interface, doing this, I get a different error message: ERROR: Could not find a version that satisfies the requirement cnn_with_keras.py (from versions: none) and No matching distribution found for cnn_with_keras.py. Where cnn_with_keras.py is my python code from the tutorial, which runs fine locally.
Really don't know what to do next. Any suggestions or tips would be very helpful!
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You can use cloudml like any standard Java library. Please include the the jar files in your classpath. You can also use any IDE and you can run and debug the cloudml component as you would do with any other Java program. Best practice is to use a build tool that supports dependency management such as Maven or Gradle. For Maven installation, please refer maven.apache.org. For Gradle installation, please refer gradle.org .
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