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12 September 2019 ML health monitor: taking the pulse of machine learning algorithms in production
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Bringing the research advances in Machine Learning (ML) to production is necessary for businesses to gain value from ML. A key challenge of production ML is the monitoring and management of real-time prediction quality. This is complicated by the variability of live production data, the absence of real-time labels and the non-determinism posed by ML techniques themselves. We define ML Health as the real time assessment of ML prediction quality and present an approach to monitoring and improving ML Health. Specifically, a complete solution to monitor and manage ML Health within a realistic full production ML lifecycle. We describe a number of ML Health techniques and assess their efficacy via publicly available datasets. Our solution handles production realities such as scale, heterogeneity and distributed runtimes. We present what we believe is the first solution to production ML Health explored at both an empirical and complete system implementation level.
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Sindhu Ghanta, Sriram Subramanian, Lior Khermosh, Swaminathan Sundararaman, Harshil Shah, Yakov Goldberg, Drew Roselli, and Nisha Talagala "ML health monitor: taking the pulse of machine learning algorithms in production", Proc. SPIE 11139, Applications of Machine Learning, 111390R (12 September 2019);

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