Scalable Batch Predictions

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(Part of an MLOps learning session series.)

The new Batch Prediction API enables you to efficiently score large datasets stored in the cloud on models deployed in DataRobot on your dedicated prediction servers. You don't need additional software or to provision new hardware. Everything is managed by DataRobot.

In this learning session, Christian Joergensen, a Senior Software Engineer at DataRobot, will walk you through how to use the new Batch Prediction API to:

  • Efficiently score large datasets on S3
  • Efficiently score large datasets on Snowflake

Hosts

  • Christian Joergensen (DataRobot, Senior Software Engineer)
  • Jack Jablonski (DataRobot, AI Success Manager)

Now what?

After watching the learning session, you should check out these resources for more information.

Questions?

Have questions not answered during the learning session? Want to continue your conversation with Christian or Jack? Post Your Comment here or send email to learning_sessions@datarobot.com. We look forward to hearing from you!

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